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ElEMMirT MD MAYOR DUSCH 
WXma. EACH OTMEI 

VWCitmk mtiCR — Defeated state senatorial candidate, Edgar 
Evtertet, and the Mayor of Vii^iria Beach, Frairii Duscli have ex- 
chaafBd iwiMd Mom. but te wtNnds cam before eiectkn. Everhart, 
a RepuUicm from OieaMpeake, «rtio wu drfeated to Tuesday's dec- 
tioa, had dwrged lMt«reek that empiayttcrf the Ctty of Virginia Beach 
had been ghrcn a hottiiy <n dectioi di^ and "ardared out c» masse to 
control the poUa." Mayor DiMCh 



made TUaaday a legM hoiktey for 




Cowwfl 
Takft AitiM 



i yi^WIA h»J>m - A cflotro- 
vd^al apitHpatinB for rezoni^ 
and \m pemiit in tfaa Seitock sec- 
tion of Vkgiiua Beach is due to 
om» ^ Ipr mSmMeam M the 




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tm m dfieW^ City Tnasur- 
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Paibii^ton Avtnue bmte 
ConeU aeli flh the mattter. 

Etherioge Mid Mc(^esney sou^ 
the roMtag aad \m permit tor 
the tanflM* ttuit HXta- the Business 
name of BW, he. 

Ctty CoMiA cNferred action <m 
the appflet^ test Jufy when a 
mm tnm the ««a at>jected v^ 
orflwiy to a nm^ Qanmissicm 
peboteinadatioh to a|ipiove the 
anplie^ioB. 

Caapcn vtrted Oct. 25 to put the 
iqspiicatksii on the dodcet ot its 
Hov. S meetlig. 

Witooii C^ai^aifi, who operates 
a motel and h^iBer court in Vir- 
ginia Beach told council July 26 
that the S acres of land taivotved 
io the i^^eatun was the same 
Uod he had an af/Om on in un. 
Ha told counctt that the phmidng 
oommiarimi had ttwn recomRMnd^ 
ed that council Kjact Ids in>lica- 
tioo for a traiiff court on the 
grouKte thi^ pmpet sewer service 
was not avah^Me for the 



all d'^ empdt^es taLctfi p^ioe- 
meo, fto«m« and garbage oMec- 
tfMTs. Ev«1uurt said, "This it a 
c^ni^ and opm coifinnatum ol 
what we have heard about politics 
hi Virginia BeadL" 

Mayor Dittch n»w««d the 
diarge by nyii^ Everhart is "iiy- 
bB^ to make poUtioa -cai^tal out 
of soimthiog he Imom doa not 
exist." He added that m addition 
to pravtously stated dty emptoyees 
iHie would be working that the 
'ftwHurer's trf&e and the Com> 
aya^aar ctf Rcfsme's Mto 
would be 9fm OB ^eetim d^r to 
aBiivH- M^ tpjerias eea^n^ vot- 



IN CRITICAL 
CONDITION 

NORFOLK — T^ Mudoits from 
Cox Hi^ SdOcA remaio in criticai 
conditicm at Norf<M( Geoeral Hos- 
pital with severe tejuriee received 
in an mIomoUle »xMait last 
Wednesday that took the lives of 
two ef their comj^yeitt.' 

Doug Chrbtdon, 17, of the 3X» 
block d Vlii^ Bmk± B1i^. the 
driver of the car acosthng to pa» 
lice, and Freddie Styroh. U, of the 
100 bkit$ of BroidBe M.. are b«ng 
treated for multiple iBHrmi and 
head taiJunM. 

Paul Ricnard McBroom and 
Keraeth Brown, both 16, w«% fa- 
tally bijur^d in the car-truck col- 
lision m Gr^t Neck Road last 

U. C. R. Bailey of tte Trafifc 
ftimu (d the Virgiida Beach Po- 
lice Dept said his diviskm has 
con^teted an investigatioo of ^ 
acK^deM. BaUey said, "in our esti- 
m^ba, tte car was gding at an 
ex^asivt tftm." The ^wed fimit 
at bUynnv^ Road «ad Qreat 
l^ek Road where ttie Ks^deat oc- 



liiQfor is e o^gww e d to call a 
hcMioay tar city en^toyeas at hb 
disemtion. 

The ma;^ ackled, '^I bclieve 
ttere is mthiag more iiiqp(Hlnt 
ttan viAiai. EveHuBt may wimt 
a motM vote, btrt I urfe every- 
one, r^ardtess of hsw ha voles, 
to go to the polk and vote." 

Apparently the jfni^or's plea 
was heeded, ih vkew of tte l«rge 
v(^er hn-nout at Viifhya Bnk^. 



Permit Pleas 



VmOINIA BEACH — Wednes- 
day^ meWi« of the City Plan- 
nhig Oonamlid^ iriU include many 
if|iliei4ifiai bxe vm permits for 
aervioe ^^mm and apartments, 
and a naooiag request ot United 
Mortpge Bennkefaf Cmfp. to erect 
a new boU^og. \ 

^ The appliratinns fw a«vice sta- 
tions are at pnpeety on the east 
side of tim Ooknial Road, Witch- 
diuk Road nan- Ridtardsoo Road; 
Nc^l»RVtoa Bni^ard and Fiss- 
ure Houae mad; sod at the Nortth 
w«it tatersectiah of Orioie Drive 
and La^dn iload. 
iieaootaig «id a use pera^ to 

.conshruf^ iM ^wrtma^ west of 
Wmiiadk Road near Richatteon 
Bd. is iraaled by l^ytra Corp.; Pe- 
ter C ^ydlr aska a UK permit 
to ooo^ruct la i^artmeitt wdts 
on ^ east side of NcwtowB Road. 
DQith of Pontiac Boad; and 36 
j^MTtmeots on the oqrth sad soirth 
sues of »h Sb«et neir Parks 
Avaone ia wanted i^ Hirokl W. 



hy acM- r^HirM 
«r's wme, ■ 



In 



hit jiMb- 



tlnlted Mortgagee irants the SO 
acK tra^ ■hv^dflg between SouUi 
mt^m^ Road and Lottte Bridge 
CMk maid to ttaihri 

dammit • 

nd r«it MHrit 4» oMHta a 




Nice Chief 
Shoets Self 



VIRGINIA BEACH ^ The SO- 
y<wr-ok! d^ of p^ioe at Oonna 
Naval' Air Station was foiaid shot 
to death at his home hi the 3100 
bkick of Lyimaaven Drive last 
week. 

Police saa^ the body of Henry G. 
#csm was^found on the fkxM- in 
his bedroom wtth a bultet wound 
hi hto rigitf teaofh. His .38 calib« 
revotvor was foind a tew fe^ away 
fiNom me body, 

The body ««s discovered by Mrs. 
W^se, potica saki. She tokl m- 
vef^atiag officers she last saw 
saw bet tnntMmd alive about 8 
a.m. the nuxw^ of the inddent. 
Ste sakl she found the botfy about 
9:45 p.in. «4i» shi rdumed home 
htm work nd sboi^ing. Wtea 
dae saw bar hitftwnd on the f kw 
she at fiift thought he had fallen 
and mjured htaiseif, pohce saU. 

aie teiepliooed a friend of 
We^'s, who vrived. found me 
piahrf. and ceiled poUce. He called 
tte polioe about 11 p.m.. police 
sakl. 

Detective C. E. Oariaoo said me 
medfanl exambier lifted the cause 
of depth aa sukikie, but no suickle 
note was fsual < , 

HeyM had served aa poUce chief 
at Ooenu shioe Jane 1965, and 
had nerved in Cwil Service jobs 
at tm ether Tidewater Naval 
iMtslBiifani, Hi (|iae served hi 
the Maine Oarps tram Ame idtt 
untit Jta^Ht iMi and »am Sep- 
tniMr im ontl Hagr of ttSl 



Im Armtiil 
In Itoflrii ScflfB 

VIRGINU BEACH-PoUce sidd 

Monlay that two IS-yMf^d bc^ 
were arrested Monday in connec- 
4i« wim a bony^ ttveirt made t* 
Wgtaia B^ach Jigh School by 
telephone last wdnesday after- 

hOML ^ 

One of the youltis. a student at 
SeiUadc Elemeirtary Sctool. was 
dxeargei with mati^ the threat, 
and the other, a shidait at Vii> 
gktla Beach High, was charged 
wim cauaiag or hictting anotiio* 
to make sudi a mreat, police siud. 
Ea(A dbege carries a penal^ of 
one to M yoursximprisomneiA upwi 
convif^on of unyaut over 14 years 

<tf age. 

Detective L. W. Bm^ow d the 
Youth Biveni sakl the two youths 
wiU be ifiorded a he»ng befwe 
Judge Robert Cromweil|Jr. hi Ju- 
veidle Court tobqr. 

The tteeat ofxuTed 
last Wecbiesday when 
thy Henry, a sdiool 
told by an aooi^mous 
bonu is set to go ott 
hi IS mimtfas.' Pottce aiKl 
fKids seanaeo the butktaifl MA 
no boBTto wn fomd. It trasKlia 
l^cond bomb threat this faU at 
Vti^inia Beadi Hi^ Schod. 

Two otho* ^Kdhs were arrested 
a m<HM ago! and were charged 
uMi ttavaton^ to bomb the school 
Sq^ 17. Cme of me bc^s was 
ordered hekt for the fnmd Jisy 
by Judge Qmnveil mid chwges 
agahist ttie clOm yoitffa were vA 
proased. 





KELUM. HODGES AND SPONft 
VICTORIOUS IN SENATE RACI 



VIRGINIA BEAOI - Vh^nia 
Bea<3i Democrats tave once apln 
cMiie out on b^ of the poUtical 
situatioo. WUttai P- KeUam of 
Vrginia Beach; Umiiam H. Hodges 
si Chesapeake; and William B. 
Sp(Hig. Jr., of Portsmouth will 
r^reaert the three ciUes which 
comprise the Tbiid State SeDatorial 

Liistrict. » * *^"' 3 •'" 

Even as the ear^sT refines 
cum hi, it was apparent mat ttie 
Deneeratic canhditfes wwfld 
onorge vkr^^'kius, aaa aa more 
preciiKts cvne hi, me margbi of 
victuy bH*n to vddsn. With aU 
die precincts i«p(Hltaig'unotfteiafly 
from the three cMes, l^^ong led 
the Senatorial field with a taUy d 
23.S66. fihK^ was secoml wi^ 
19,410, add. KiAlam was third with 
t74i|. 9tiWMBlfall«ii's total and 
the QUA 06»didat6 there, was a 
margtP «K MM.' EMiar Baarhvt. 
Ot CtaMB«ha. potied ll.«l. Re 
Jgj Bijil C. Trotman. 



with 7,196 and George Walker with 
4JS8. The voting pattern in the 
Third Senatorial Wstrict w«« 
iriMkit as eiQiect^, as ttie three 
Demoo-ats bowled over the of^io- 
sition by as nwch as 2 to 1. 

& Virg^ia Beach, Spong (hew 
7^ votes; Kellam. 7,S6I; Hodges, _ „ 

7.itt; EvtrhMTt. 3,800; Trohoan, glared quite good. Uofi 
Ifni; and Walker, IJOO. For Wm^ p.OOO votes wm cast, to 

of Delegates seats Edward T. Ca- ^- "■ "' — *-■" * " 

White were irn- 



3,Jr7: aad John Carter, 1^*^ 

In Pdri^nuto the DenieritiVt 
ticket, hdKled by Godwin tlon^ligt 
a margin ot 3 to i. In ChmopAl^ 
the Oemecratu ticket woif bpt 
2 to 1 mn^ 

Th« iMimb«' of votes caat ton^ 
races in Virginia B^mA ii^ '^~~ 



ton III aad P. B 

^qiosed, but Caton poied 8.070 

v^s mi Whitii; 7,989. 

1h the giiMmirt«rial race ^V'ur- 
ginia Be^^h, Mills E. Godwin. Jr. 
rolled over his near^ (^pcoMS^ 
by nearly a two to me mar^ 
Godwin poUed 6,224; Holton 3.711; 
Story.. 1.44S; ami Itocfcweil, 46. In 
thf! race for tt Govcror, Fred 
nUard rMW qp a total ^ 6t«7; 
mdmdimm, 3.610; and Reid 
^taoy. i.^L li the AftoMey Gen- 
eral contest, Robert Y. Button 
polled 6vl70: .p. Portch 





Fhre OnA. 
Busy 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Ory wood^ 
a^d the lack of rata has been Ustfd 
as the cause of «mm^ mtHn 
and grass fbres in Virginii^Baiib 

toiS week. 
The most serious cl the flWI was 

a woods fire wIdiA hliMd out of 

control for eight hours WMiday on 

>.est Neck Road, souOi of Princeas 

Anne Courthouse. 

The fu*e was bnw^ under 
oonb^ Hate Mbnday flf^ by 
vohuiteers from the Courttoiue. 
Seatadc and Oceana Fire Deptf^ 
meats. 

The same fire flared i4> a^nto 
Tuesday «id t»oke ova* ttnes fir^- 
fighters had cut The fhvnp tsas 
co^buted to tatlhtg leaves that 
(drifted toto the btoned wea. 

The fire wss agato brought wi- 
der control late Tuesday, but anol- 
oering kigs renudned a problem. 

Other fires wa% reported Mon- 
(U^ Md Tuc^diy 00 West Road, 
Plaza TrailC Lasldn Road neu- 
Eastern Shore Chqiel, KempsViUe, 
Ihalia. I^mtHoke Muxh*, Davis 
Orner, CenterviUe Turnpike, and 
N(Mth Newtown Road. 

Two hoRiM to sepande ared of 
^^Ti^nia Beadi were heivily dam- 
aged by fires on Mpnday and Tues- 
day. 



CIYITANS TO GATHER 

VALLEY FORGE, Pa.-Chritan8 
of toe Chesapeake District wiy 
gilhw for toe second cpufftecty 
cdoneU meethig of the 196546 year 
at VaU^ Forge, on November 
5-7. 

A good-ri»d dejeeatiwi finrni 
Virginia Beach wUl attend. Fandly 
groifM from OMofy ail chdis is 
the dislrlet - Vb|^ Marytaad. 
rwaajylvani a. New Jeney aad the 
DtatriGt of OymoMa ~ are ate> 
emwiwo. 




to the at^nroximately 8,500 to 
July Demoo^c primary. 

bi JuRHury when the 
G^Hwrid i^aemhly mseto. for' 
hrst time tfie City of 
Beach witt haw ito own Aalt 
Mif. Ttte wu made poeittle 
ma stoto^a 

plan, idad^ Va^pnia 
ChMiqittake ami t^KtiauK^' 
tte nme Sentteriia DMrfet. fag 
aflotttog three fliUl to m »0tt^ 
trict ifi^m Mm noveiii 
Iha lypirtftAf Witt tha'ltawf ,11 
I»^tts. as .does WiUHn alii 
et. WU8a)b SJM was a Sid^i 



>nd Everhart benefitted 

auy hrom honetoem nnoKtimlt 
■letthar sta ahta to overcomup^ 
lemoo^tk majority. The ealhw 
wea has not elected a Rapul^lkt| 

the GaMrai A as ew My it, 
^sMiry. Mills Godwhl I 
tut eeniaeuthra Dlmbcr^Be 
!ioi> of VirgMa. a 
eectived hail again as many 

wood Hoffon. 

In Vfrgtaia Beach and Hi 
Ihird Senatorial District, the ! 
sweep waa 



Resident 




TRAFFIC UCHT TO 
BE INSTALLED 

VIBGfl«A BuJACM - Safety Bu- 
nan QSei AeevM/E. Jolaison 
mlktim nee^ a trafOc light wiU 
be ^t^dled at Iftrd Sheet and At* 
Iwte Aveme wMdn a few weefak 

The 90'd^grae tora from the l^yt 
Story bypaas will evcnhiaUy be 
eUn^Mled by the consh:«k;tkin of 
a gradtaated curve. 

A latfi wmbir of tMBelataU- 
tiee and amous aoeidpte hana 
occurred at that pariloular htew 



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VntOWIA BEACH - A 2>-ytar 
9ki pam Neck sattor was kilied 
9arly Sidnrday nnming whui hip 
motorcycle colhded with an autd- 
mobile op Greet Neck Road. 

Poiioe kientiied me victhn ai 
John Ebner Martto. Jr., who was 
^^looed at the Atlantic Fleeft 
Guided Missile School at Dam 
Nedk. 

PsUce sakl Martto ma kk^ 
bound on £k«at Nedc Road wbw 
Jt ^^ with a car drivw 1^ 
Jteel X.. Styron, Jr.. of the aoD 
t^of BbokeRoad. 

aiyran ^told polioe he rounded 
the curve and saw Martto's tadixs 
cycle appioachtog to tha aordi- 
bound toh6. PQttoa sakl the QiDtoi^ 
cycte htt the kit froirt l«^r of 
Styroo's car, throwing Martto 159 
tet bito a field on the east skto 
of the rbad. Ttie aocMint occurred 
at 13:11 'ftm., ^prderimatety 150 
soi^ of Ptoalatiott IMv«, Mama 
^ ahdiit I am. at Virgoda 
Beach C^imrilQiipttM. 

atgmn was noi Ihlhred to the 
heddeat. police Nd. Bis brother, 
f^rediHe Slyroa. is. was eritieaUy 
h^Bited hi aa aocUH^t tost WM- 
nei^.ttiat look the lives of two 
ligaaein and ^liticali^ iojired a 
fgott yeolh. niat aeddwt ate 
ooouRii en Great Netic Rovi. 




The job of oountng waa not a 
difi^xdt (»e. AH ton voted the 
straii^ Democratk: ttoket: mis 
Godwto fa* Governor; Fred PoU- 
«id {«- Lt. Govenor: itobert Y. 
ftitton tat Attoni^-Gen«-al; Wil- 
Uam P. Xellam. William Hodges, 
WiUam Spong for Stale Senate 
from the Hifcd Senatorial Dis- 
trict; P. B. JAtte vd Edward 
Cabm m for the House ot Dele- 
gates htm Vta^iia Beach. 

Of poime impertince. however, 
is that Washwoods conthnied to 
predtot by its Totes the outcome 
of the elec^kin. For several yumi, 
the voters of (hi^ {vechict have 
cast thdr baltoto for the evenhial- 
^ vtotorious «ntBdaties. The iso- 
lated. |rea has become knows na- 
ttonwkle, and tt has been sakl, "So 
goes Whshwoeds. so goes Vhi^ 
la." Aiihi in tiria electkin. Wash: 
woods hni maintained ito periect 
reoMtL 




In VC Attack 



VIRGINIA BSACH - A militoigi 
advtoer, a resident of V|r^ 
Bea<A was killed to tl#ii^ 1 
^1^ Nam last week, aceordtog "- 
the Defatee Deputment 

avy Cdr. Roberi Joeeph. 
41, «f the 4BD0 |A|^' el ~ 
St., was me eommahdtai 
ai a, milttary advisory froop 
CNi Nai:^ Air Base. 

The defense defttrtment 
toMsiemately release tbm 
Fay's detdh, but he was 
killed during a mortar 
the Da Ni^ base wliile 
a jeqi. He was a 
f»pert. 

Bef (Nre F^ was asstgned 
to VH Nam be was 
offk^er of the Navid 
Support Groiqi, Attontto, 
at LitHe Creek. 

Fay ii «u-vived by his wif^.|t« 
fonner Stttiey Candttwn of Ur 
com. Neh4 three #iMr«n: SmM^i, 
14; Roherl Jr., is md DoqaldLHr; 
a bfolhw. oar. Iitwrmoe X "^ 
a Ma, , kathMiai, of 
It t and his matter. M„ 
F. Fay to Qoaey, Maas. »p 
a a^ve of Q^^. 

Fay gradualed fton ttM ,. 

' to Ite Na^ gul 

CNra tte 1^ 
Mail^ A<»deMy. ^ _ _ 
thu ^wy dwiqi 1^ te tf 1 
mm slattonetf to Mall ate* 
wast. 

He hpd been to lAtt wvMl «^ 

B^alwillbali ^ 

tlanri 








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Virginia BeacI^ SUN, ThurKfay, November 4, 1965 
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WEDDINGS 



VniGINIA WSACH -* The mar- 
riage of mm I'arton Linda Baa 
and U. (jg.) JMiMs^iqieoe HU- 
(fa«tli Jr., USN. took fkacB &ioday 

The Rev. B. Sidaef Sander, rec- 
ti^ p a -f o rmed the armtoay. 

1m bride is the dau^rttf oC'Ifr. 
aad Hit. Marioa LuttMr Wm. the 
liliiWIHrtiii U the son «t Mrfctnd 
itn. James Eugene itildreNi ' d 
^•AaooMli 

tH^ride was given in mantlgc 
by her fattwr. Miss Patricia Chary 
was hor maid of hooor and (sity 
attendant. 



WUllam ill MtaBi of Boca RMn. 
na., «a> IM nun. Groomaaei 
wera Larry Matoi in a VHMng- 
m^ j^tC, Om^m H. t^irMr III 
•f l»giiaiiitii, 1^, aad L^ Pom- 
dl Fortwa. 

ham et the brfcte's fflustas, Mr. 
and Mrs. IMUam B. Uwloa, m 
fUncetf Ani^ Hills. Afto* a 
#ng trip. Ml eoupM Wtl live 
PensacDla, Where U. mAr^H 
^U«ad Mr (talif. 



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CLINIC PRICES 

MONDtAT - W1SDAY - 1{EDNE9DAY 
Wrni THffi AD ^ 



Hiircut . . ♦ . . .75 
Shampoo & S^ . * * 4I.25 
PermanenU $5.00 up 

work performed by students 



DAY a mmn classes 

6 DAY l«K TMAL 

CCN^MEtE. COUfl^ 

$2S0.0Q 



WIGS $69.95 
100^ Human Hair 

^ICLETS $19.95 



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# lOII STUDtNTS Mmi»4tt«» TO HIGH SCHOOL YOU ARE QUAUFtffli 
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ClttTC^Y mi INFORMATION 
0€RANA W^HY ^Mmt MNAT BIMUTY ACADEMY 

nt? Vfr^i ImA Mwl. 1^4 N. MHltary Highways 



WOOLLIN&TBOMAS 

VIROINIA KACH ^ Mr. and 
Mrs. Rid^nl Kol^ WooUing an- 
Munc^ tlic a^agem^ of ttidr 
daughter. Mtaa Mary B^ Wool- 
iing, to Itaiothy Hart "nKxnaa of 
Princeton. N.J. 

Mr. Thomas is the san <rf Capt. 
and Mv. DooaM Puta ItanM 
of MMrii. Coan. 

IK^^i^ Vtte randdauj 
ter at Mr. and Mrs. Jo Clinton 
WoiNttill of Virglite Beach and 
Ifa^ Ben D. Stailard of Louisville. 
Ry. She aHaidal Chowan Junior 
ColJ<ip^ MoftreeslMiro, N.C., and 
ia employed in Princeton. 

Mf. Thanas,- a 1961 graduate of 
llyidEMfititti COO^e. Hvn Odtoeord, 
OMa, amw twa iwi «t V» V.t. 
IbtflnaQarfa. ife toeMtqfed by 
Dovr Joma Md Oompai^, bic.. 
pubiiabos oi Me Wall Sreet Jour- 
nal, aa aa eihMx^mai oMwiltant 

The wcttttig wdl lake piaea Dae., 
tt to tba rfrat PMbrtariia Chitfdl 
(tf Vb^iala Beacfi. 



BA'^mi -* 
Eariy" ia tfea taiMa it m 
baxaar at Hipped Itattocttat 
OttflTch. Pla^tko Koad.^xMWM^ 
by the Woman's Seciat|r of Qiria- 
tl«i Sav^. tl» iM^uir win be 
bM Novairi>a- I tnn M mm. to 
4 pjn. 

A miraey wUl be |HwWed to- 

AflMttg the many Mere^ing 
tMQite to be viMed vHll be the 
ptttH post, ii«tte ele!4iant, cenm- 
K% ChrMmas dectiMthu. duo' 
t^ ^re. delica^ssaa, |^nlea eeo* 
ter. hobby shop, iibktia. aalaa. 
adrt candies, anl 0k. 

Lunctesm wiu te mnmi. 



,»Jm*^-"tw** -.#«>.»*•»■ .^ Jf*' I i i T' .i*g^i^ 




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RY OlOA B»WAIlOS 



Marioii Crosby 
Garden Club 



WEMINC GUESIS 



vmciHU mtm - Mr 

MTa. Rkhard Wan«) Bmims ST. 
al Ml^Omm aportrnfeitfa have ra^ 
luail Mm the wed<fiag of MA. 
MMr tufbew, St. lieorte Tu<*- 
er Ayfraiic. ta UM fmrf kaxm 
Vm^pn wfakh took place m Mn- 
ga^'s Epiact^ Ouirdi at Willis 
Whar!, Eastern 9iore, on October 
24. ' 

CkMHia WWf* aad Mn. Barnes 
fa- the MWietL^id were Ifr. asi 
Mrs. at Gaarge Taekw AmM ek 
Oak Rk^. Tan., the brUe- 
grodUBi't wele SAd au^; and Mrs. 
Otto E. Atfranc of fioihiii, Mtm., 

m 



CHESOPHM OOLMnr — Mrs. 
i ^ P. B. L oti M r. ala ri liacl the BJe* 
(M parliamentaijr procectoe fa tiw 
members d tte Marion Croatb' 
Garden Chib at Iha Oetober meet- 
ing held ^ the Ufayette Yacht 
Club. Hosteaaea were Mrs. Doro- 
thy WorreU, Mrl. JeweU Allsbrook, 
Mrs. Bessie Barwick and Mrs. 
Mir^ve Wood. 

, mis deoaratteM cttrlad out 
m meatti'i ttlme with pumpkins, 
(^recanthie batlca and Nandina 
foUage. Favors wwre incHvMual tia- 
sues covered «rttt black corduroy 
ami mwll pWlpkkia filled wiUi 
candy on top. 

Th^ ChrWfMa Workshop wUl be 
haki NoviMher S at the home of 
ttie presMeal, Mn. WiUMil Jaies 
ai S401 Lekea^od tMve at 10:30 
a.m. It was amauncol by Uie ways 
and m^ms (AakniM, Mrs. J. V. 
laupvera, Uart (hae win ba i^ai- 
t^ of carnQr, c^ndart am tacky 
tipe to be aM. , 

Blue ribkoea wtft wan by |f rs. 
M. H. Keller, Mrs. H. W. SchpjWt, 
Mrs. Mtfgarat M. Grigsby, Mrs. 
C. J. TuiTin, rad Mi^. Menfice 
Baker. 



Clult =^ 



V.^f^.-vf*. 





0»i ••! for th# 




'.{'mm 

Mr. mi Mrs. MarriiaU M. .Cai^ 
ter ttnoiBife the l^rtt ot tMr 
first ddM. a no, Qaiis Lea»»tl, 
on Oct U in m^Mti Goeral Hos- 
pital. Mrs. Carta' Is tha Mmr 
Miss Judy PabmsTt de^lMr il 
Mr. Md Mn. mm Q. PaHNr 
of Virginia Beach. Mr. Carter is 
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. 
CarteiF of Virginia Baaeh. 



vmoINIA tmM - Sen. WU- 
liam B. I^)0M%, Jr.. of ^rtanouth 
will be guert ^aaJKr at the No- 
vaiiDa mORi^ a^ ma rrincess 
Anne Wfctun'aiKfti ct Vlr^nia 
Bead}. 

Mn. David Y. MaUxm. dudr- 
man (rf i^ <All>'s La^lation de- 
partmait, wU likrMhK^ Senator 
1^X3^ whose lapk will be "Needs 
of tbia JUw." 

tl» mt^^ wUl be held at 
11:30 a.m. Novanber ^, at the 
Pine Tr^ Inn, with Mrs. George 
L. AlfkMge, {vesic^t, presiding. 



I WiaiiWtVim.I.NMt'$MliVILllBiS] 



or tor any 

footlvo OOOttfttoH 




Roly Poly Cheor 8«t 



^V 



Ml*' 



In nnt Quftltty 

Wm. a. ROGERS* SILVERPLATE 

by OnMa Ltd, SUvemmnhs 

Eight MMt Qups are i^ioduaims of Colonial silversmiths' 
art. Enjoy the elepiv^ of oM feilifoAtd holiday, entertaining 
wi^ mt uMhil ctear,^ of gleanMi^LSlA'anailate. Aleo m^ea 
a pinetiHIforM^Mclal "ebmeona*' on ytNir Chrittmaa 
tie! Tto Ntfih ^y Mit alio be uti4 fdr Mivlii| )ia(ty snieks 
oritaluhohtny; 



JPrimk B. VonI Co. 




Nmtrouc 

»(mAN»tlTM£T 



AMERICAN CBM SOaBTY 





THE LITTLE BOY SUIT 

.Derwely woven, unmtlltarilysoft pure wool/fully 

line<i. H^ltiery fortes of the Seven Villager cote 

Si2i»s6to16 




Ffofartiv Tl^auaiOT s 

mmi SELECTION 

(^ SmoUSiMf 
3 to 15-^ to 16 



iQl^m MIBMAKMI ST. .f^. ^^]? 
Ml^TOlMi iMiOLK UITIIL I Fall. 




Best LooUng Coetuoe Miss Diane Eaten aad Romey Jacdis 



Mh A Mr*. W. P. MeLve, Mn. Maoriee Had^s» Maortee Hodges and Mr. a Afri. Jay ^pn^^^^m^- 

Last weteirf was tndy a week- 
eiKi iac cd*rating. ^Tlie Oyster 
Bowl game, over the years, lias • 
really become a fashion stow tiff 
llie wOTnen. I think nwst wwnai 
attend the gJune to see who is 
wearing wl^at and why. The game 
is airrounded with much glanoor 
3sad gaiety; flKrdore, it is quite 
a toiWing per4. Everyone has fteir 
r#9on for JKendlag, aad n^ard- 
of ,«hai ii^uaay be, '*!«« Bye 

ason'^'ftaa tte l)ei^Hb( ttlr^ 
^v«» the criRiled driWren. 

SMurday night at the Cavalier 
began with cocktails, tjien tile buf- 
let dinner and dance followed. "Rie 
Bar was set up around the swun- 
ming pool, and the bi^et was held 
in the iColonial room. The hallo- 
we«i decorations were carried out 

jiiwletely in t>oth the dining room 
and ball rocan Buffets always seon 
u> make me mad because I can't 
esi enou^ to try everyliiing and 
it all looks so very good. Salads 
of all kinds from a toss salad, 
chicken salad, ^uimp salad, po- 
tato salad and many mtare, rare 
roast beef, turkey, ham, pie, caae. 
Frendi pastry and fruit cups. 

Those se^ at the bdfet table 
were: Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mc 
Lure, Mr. and Mrs. Mautke 
Hodges. Mr. and Mn. Jay l^raffl, 
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Follary jmd 
Mr. and Mn. E. A. Tagmaa. 

Mn. VfrgtaMa A. Wflkason. W. 
a. Walthall, Mr. amA Mrs. J. L. 
RoieU. Mr. andMn. Rlt^vd Tay- 
loc. Mr. and 1^. John Ltaittm and 
Mr. and Mrs. €ieo. Lononoii. 

Mr. and Mn. Wm- F. Fo^y. Mr. 
•ad Mn. Wm. Vail. Wffllaai Bry- 
ant, Mrs. Yettt Dudiey and Mr. 
and Mrs. J<diB Beadey. 

Buffet ova-, dancii^ started and 
the fun began. 

Mb-, aad Mti. £. A. Tagnuui 
wiUi their guoit were celebrattag 
Mr. Ti^nuui'i bhihday. 

Seen f^rtic^wtii^ ui the fun 
ware: Mr. aoi Mn. W. G. Bawk. 
Mr. aad Mn. Famst Fliher. Mr. . 
and Mn. Clyde T. Jones. Nix. aad 
Mn. Edward VkfOH and Mr. aad 
Mn. George Crlq^ Jr. 

Mr. and Afrt. tbdbat Seatty, 
Mr. rad Mn. Bffl Baiky. Bfr. aad 
Mn. Harvey PUp^ Mr. nd Mn. 
L. L. Diikw, Mr. aad »fri. Bob 
ntt aad Sfr. and Mrs. CmtcI 

Mr. aad Mrs. Hugh Jones. Mr. 
and Mn. Joitt C. IVood. Jr.. Stf . 
aad Mrs. Keiiietfc Gtaabert, Ca|>t. 
aad Mrs. Frank danleiaaB, Mks 
IMaae Eatoa and Baihej Jacehi. 

The bewitching. hour of twelve 
o'doA and tin» for the nit« p^le 
to parade befo^ the judges In cos- 
■tiane. 

Ihe juclges l<g the ct^iones wise: 
Mis. Charles Wooi J^lge iSiirard 
J. Phelan and Mr. Peter Nalie^ 

Ihe most mtobi^^ ^oabime . 
,^86 the Devfls imira^iqr MasMaae^ 

origiBal tatkm ^fmbam by Mfaa 





BiMt Origlria Costame Beth Williatiii a«l^ KMUer * 


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SHOPS FOR THE LADIES AND T;Hllt# j^AlitSHTERS 


Hats fitucky 


Shoes Glwes 


Handbags 


We have a large selection k>f fKc^ssoriesfor 4hH special 


outfit. 


O^tn Momky & Friday ev^ngs p^.m. . 


3133 Va. Beech Mvii. ^I^dtv^inia 


■-• ■ 6 ,- ?r p..; f-M 



Xba eouplei pated lecalvai as 

tbeirpnaaaj 





encagements 



BLACIC-BAILLIO 

RtCmiom) - Dr. and 



IM^r, Vmmm Mm^mI nd 

hir m^ mn. L«4 
Witt *tlv« to Sm fVandsco for 
|||0 fM fWt««r to ttfe IMtted 
SttlM! Ym eM Juit btt for (to 
aext tif«^F«ale di^ ttw n^olt 
HxM cowfa^ wUt be on UffftHl 
to «Uft^ Iw, get a rapl aed 
from ho- md cm totr Ia<tt. fol- 
b)«i and fMtuons. (tee of her firat 
b^glea te Uie WaV Bal in HaUr* 
wood. Can't fou juat aee Maria 
ObMWi. Mmf PlekfM Baf en and 
SvveMb'i f^umaom kx^utiet Bm- 
Ifk ikaSt Aiau^ tap th^ real 
jMvdg to keep abi«aat of FriaeeH 
MUf^ii^'a real jeiol p«rade of 
l | a h uui i pc 9 f^ msk me 
WW0k gpviiivT^rt pei^ftftted the 
gajr Mcf to brli« her fabukms 
cbUacttM of nve4n« real dia- 
ndttte to ttKM A^^rkaui ^mn^. 
Wab* for tte nav^ad teievi^m 
jM^ of tar gohgiy lod her 
wedd^ ttera. set with 
chiilart ti round diaoKncte and a 
ao^aU^Uce framework of rouad dia- 
mooda that aomeUmea Pil a ua a 
Margawt cenvols into a aecUaice. 
. . . fb^ ttiere's the lecoiid ;tiara 
of dUmoate and a third, y^ of 
dunwads and tirquoise and ao (». 
Get the idea? "Diose EngUA 
guan^ of ttie ComnMoweatth with 
PrtecMi Meg aoA her deviled 
lAti IN m w >^ ou should mdie aome 
bdatiniog, i^«*i^incUD« entrancea, 
woiMiit you say? tii, wot? 

FAttOON nCKUPS! 




ffmA dame Mn. CmmIw Vaih 
ttMH. tte iMt wml in aodal 
MMfMea, ^ar^ tan^it% out of 
the aeeioty page* vHh a Vander- 
byt bandeMi? . . . Ma. M Biir^ 
aar, BMMk fMw Ivtoa wd 
the ITafhiM af tttoiiii nie a Mo 
of afptouclnt of tlw new Tvea St. 
Tmiimi Deitma "Y." 

lUfB OTPI * ' 

That's fight, AiMae'a hat is off 
tiaa w«ak ^ Vv^BiA Beach'a 
liyaa^ Bmi, IflsB Ameri(»n Teen- 
Agtf of ISM! We ima^iewed her 
OB our "AOshee Attout Twrr 
WVEO-Tf show Wore ri»e went 
to her final competitMas and we 
were especially {Mnoud to pidc up 
the Oct ath New Yortc Joiimid 
Afflorican and find an n^^ writr 
ten far the paper t^ our own Ly» 
Mi titled "\MCEF Drive: All 
Treat, No Tri^" with her happy. 
smUii^ photo tttlad Teo^^ Am- 
N^ador for UNKia?'. "bi ray 
mind VNKEF tftould be consid- 
ered a« oDe of tha wwid'a greeteet 
or^^iuzatioaa deeet^tng of «q)port 
by aU!" UNIdEF. by the n^y, will 



MiMuihffeY 

VnoSKiA WSACH -' Mr. and 

«» a gem to behold! . . . «» Mn. tm^ P. 'ToM 3r >^ j^^ geU Black. 

fMf^^tf^i^ tooUw^aot try Dea- MuMe ttii m^ohent m tneir ^^ et^agmatt of tn^ dM^^itM-, 

m^tuZa road g» ihgp whira daughter. Ifisa Candice Lynn Todd, j^i^g ^^^ Randolph Black, to 

manager M«l Mai* leeps the *« ««rria A. »^J^^„ 2nd U. John lUUard Butto Bail- 

JloTboinidng wtth tarwd Biw Ifr. R^»ey a tlj son of Mr «^ ,io. USA. 

?l*tLl?^,SnSri:^ !Si.^C^ U.BalUioisthe«««fMr.«.d 

jJ^^SLJjIiiSSLSr mIss TWd graduated !!«« Vi.- Mrs. Robat Hioitoi BaiUto of 
(boy icoirt bear). Nickoloui ll«»j ^« Beart I^h School and at- Virginia Beach. 

toBdod Mary WartingtoB CoUege. 
Mr. Rainey is a graduate ci A. 
U Brown H0i School. Kannap- 
0^, and the University of Nortti 
(^t^taa wbM« he rec^ved a B.S. 
in busineiK ackninis^atim. 



Kings Craittt 

Kn*QS GRANt -"■ All toftnha- 
tlve talk on tte basic f undttnenf. 
Mn. als of fkiwff arranging, wtttt en» 
Jr.. aiMnunce p^y,^ ^^ prtpwaoon orfiSStt 
was pl^ented at the Oetflber m^cft' 
Ipg of (he king's Gr^ Gameb 
Oiiiirttb Mrs. C. t. Ikiabbartilr 
as 



Vff^fm Itt^ SUN, Tliyfrthif , 






adMr 



Kola (cide b^r), 
and scads of otho- wee 
doth ai^nato. at onty a ttollar. 
to deilgit the Yoipgar Set Have 
you seen Dialia^ Fim^^uty 
Decors aH made wd ready to uae? 
Th^ ffalbnail canto far the holib- 
diQii M« ewer so anut «id the 
tlddi%4iway miiidature grawtth 
^'s clocks M« unkiue. Fashkxi- 



llie wedcUng will talke py^ce 
late December. 



m 



Miss Black attended St. C^rtha- 

rine s Sdxwl Ridvnood and 9«dD- 

ated from Hottrni Arms Sdio(4, 

The wedcttig will talce place Nov. Wiehii^n, D. C. She is a gradu- 

27 to the Firrt Presbj^erian ate of Monticeito Coll^. Chtoi^p), 

Church. lU. Miss Black made hex deb^ in 

' ' lUchmond. 



Ckrtobnw, gift-giving c^»t«Jo«w; STE Th^y^SS^hZ^J* 
with Me IStoD ladies' hahkiei as T I « h«nd ia^ i^ part 

to mmA. A tovely, charmtog. de- 
serving teenager. 

THEY'LL IVEAR HATI! 

Yea. we just know that the wa^ 
dr cased women of the HoeMRwr 
will tan q> to hMa at the foUow- 
ing events: Firtt, today at the 
seventeenth Virgtoto Womui's For- 



. . What about 
tte naw Sassaea habntos? (If my- 
one can go back that far 4ith 
yoto- AHbee. they're just a tepOca 
ot the early ColeeB Moare hair 




BIRTHS 



BATCMfeRAAGGClR'rY Lt. Baiilio graduated from Nor- 

VIRGINIA BEACH - nfrs. Jack folk Catholic High School and frtm 
Hatcher amounCea the aigage- Virginia Military InsUtute. He is 
meat ot her daugWer. Miss Faye stationed at Ft. Benning, Ga. 

Btm^ Hatoha-. to Lt. (j.g.) John 

Ellsworth Haggerty. Jr., VSS. 

Lt. Haggerty u the am of Mr. ■_ 
and Mrs. John Ellsworth Haaserty, 
of Brulgeton, N. J. 

Tne weddii^ will take place Mr. and Mrs. Rolwrt J. Naggy 
Nov. 26 in the Chapel in the Woods announce the irirth of their second 
Naval Air Statfon, Norfolk. cWW, first son. James Joseph, on 

Mias Hatcher is also the daugh- Oct. 7. in Norfolk General Hoe- 
ter of toe late Mr. Hrtcher. She Ptt«' ^^^s. Naggy is the tormer 
traduated trom Stuart HaU m Miss Peggy Lee Jones, daughter 
Staunton and Irora Mary Washing- oi Mr. and Mrs. James H. Jones 
m College. Sht is teaching school ^ Virginia Beach. Mr. Naggy is 



A clinto. strestfng dMgn. was 
eoBdiK^id by Ifrt. C. W. Diggs 
wMh mantoara middng arrai^e- 
mento u^ matoials from their 
yards, 

The nrwettog was held at the 
home of Mrs. H. L. Molr. pr^ 
dent, at which time year books 
wcra distrUMited. 

"nuuilaflvtog table arrngemafito 
wlU be Judged at the next maet- 
tog wito a gurden dinto oil prun- 
ing ^mU». 



btolMev 



ftdkit is the Uvlag dance. Hainfreaaing Is a Ihlag wt 11 la aho 
a plasttc art Mka biaftet. Long years of tsractice and diadpltee are 

neceMaiy to perfect both. 

104 LJiSltiN RD.. VIRCINIA BEACH Fk*M GA Mttl 

OUR NORFOLK LOCATION 

riOO Craaby St. W«wb C«r««r — Fb. BM-Ulf 

mmmmmssssBsaBmssasmBoamsss^sBBamBimBammmm 



uu. 



n Vlr^iia Beach. 

U. Ha^erty graduated trom 
VaU^ FcH-ge MUitary Academy 
and from Muskingum 0>liege. He 
Is statkmed at the Naval Air ^a- 
tton, Natolk. "> 




pleated ikirt aai a aeat deoMe- 
breasted Jacket Hkc apswepi 
brinaned hat is «f the aanc ma- 



WIONSON-KIRBY 

VimSINU BEACH - Lt and 
Hfra. Reid Leon Brmstm announce 
the engagement ot their daughter. 
Miss Lymla Marie Bronson, to Lt. 
(J,g.) WUIiim Dofogias KMy, 




lan presente d (9 MUw ft W w des 
and that ^ervttKei^ brtJbliifr ^ y^' -^?^ 'KBy Wrs. 

over emtuisitft Mn. Dave Salter, "ghters like to wear Chri*tmaaiqr ^ crawforti and Charles Kirby 
pMd ^. rn» thane Aoottaues earrings and pms to matdi «»d j^ ^^ ^^^ ^^ 
"The Changing WorW" of previous the wee Christmas tree sets in this ^^ wedding will take ptoce 
fbnms asd will inchide auch guest shog are ever so clever and smart ^^ jj ^ ^^ ^^^ of the Im- 
speaMTs as Dr. R«aell KM. on »o<*ing. You'U have a bail of tun j^^vMe ConcepUon, Naval Air 
"New DimenaiflaB aad Rcaponsi- when you visit Deatoafs;^ your g^g^j^^ j^^^j^ ^ 

QuMmss list! 



the son of Mr. and Mrs. .tosei^ 
Naggy oi West Poirt. 



Mr. and Mr»^ Jmnes P. 0>g8wdl 
announce the birth of thor first 
child, a daughto-, EBzabeth Ann. 
<» Oct 22 in De Paul Hospital. 
Mrs. C(^weU is the formn- Misa 
Dorothy Ann Caipcnter. d»ighter 
ot Mn. Gla(fys Jones of Virginia 
Beach and Richai:d Carpenter ol 
Mystic, Cixui. Mr., Cogswell ia the 
son of Mrs. I^miley Todd of Bos- 
itm, Mass., and the late Alfred 
CogsweMF==^^fe^^^^=5j^-:ss=5=~^~ 



Ulfties la Anmicaa Educatim"; 
Dr. naaeiiiaiv Spragae on "UteT- 
ature and the S^^ace Age": te. 
Glea T. Seabwg an "Sci«Ke and 
Fri^sdoRi— A Chailesge to Par^ 
nersfalp": and Dr. Ra^* T. Over- 
ayia OB "Raiigioa ia Om Age of 



Miss Bronson 
Escambia High 
cola, I<1a«»ss 



gracktated ntiu 
School to Pensa- 



Wmr m Larry AMrieb FaH-^Tbi- 
tor CoUectka, Marie McCarthy 
dea^aed tbte twa-part cMtamc 
of slate gi«y wee! crepe. Ilw 
Caidigaa Jai^ ia fMltattesa aad 
bdtedJa leatlifr aver ^dryw 
with a wWe cuffM edlar aad 
dinril aUrt Woaderfol for a 
ahoppiag day to taWa. for foot- 
bid gamM wai» flie eaiy for 
coat aad eapedaQy far travel 
dates. 

styles; neat to the head cute wtth 
a tWdc-to^be^yebrow bang ef- 
todf) . . . FaablDns to recreatimi: 
well. th»«'s young C^uiibe K«h 
■edy asking for the Coca- Coto 
lea^ frog at the Worid's Fair. 
Wo^d«\Ltf cheerless Meaea ever 

got 
She 
Hidilaa of Bcrgdarf Ceedmaa 'a* 

from an oM magazine {rfioto of toe 
great one-ttid-<mly tennis star Sa- 
MMe Leaglea, has o-eated nurve- 
Ipus, gUonorous hair boids to 
ysney wad crepe for |niaoning 
tiuae wito tone haa--dos. Ai^rthii^ 



coverage to next vraek's Sna. ... 
The next hat-wetfh^ midlence will 
be ^ the Pre-HoUday Faahiao and 
Car Cliiuc at !fort(^'s Kltoe'i 
ChevrsM showrooms at 10:30 on 
the motnk« of Wottneaday, Ko- 
veata 17 when Aawa ft Braw»- 
ley's faahhm wUl adorn the six 
'models 1^ will show bow to 
gracefully and corr^cUy get mo « oiMyiag feather jobs for hia 



FA8BI0NABLBS 

Bin. R. L. C^aa^maa. vi^ ii- 

ways tooin as if she popped out _ Lfi jj 
of a bwdbox, is really expert knit- ^^^tfJttkJSf-GXIK 
tar. I^obdl^ tb^'a why she.toans CHESAPEAKE — Mr. and Mrs. 
la jliit nllti anil Innktt n vogmth J. HoUs ()iddls|r ffimMincs the en- 
Ti+th«r: . . "Hie (me-and-only gagemeirt ot their dau^Jtw, Miss 
Beidriee Life. «iu> origmated the Joan Carol Quidi^, to WilUam 
{MlibOK-oihtbe-backKif-thehead lad HarotoCook. 
is now wearing beaiMesiX Yea, Mr. Qwk is the $<» ot Mrs. 
ma'am, and beanies <rf ady randi B«lie R. Woods of Virginia B«ich 
mtok or white ermtoe! Whtoh re- and stepson (rf the tote Mark 
mtods us that Iba. Jack AaMry is Woods. 

a (riltoex devotee and her band- Miss Qbidley is a 196S graduate 
some toibby prefers them. No veils of Great Bridge High School. 

Bfr. Cook graduated from Great 



Mr. and Mrs. George Edwi0|^ 
Fee announce the t»rth ot VM& 
toird daughta*. Cynthto Grace, on 
Oct. 24 to Qiicago, HI. Mrs. Fee 
is the former Miss Marilyn Lee 
Smith, daught/M- oi Mr. and Mrs. 
Ernest Smith of Waat Hm- 
ton, Mass. Mr. Fee is the son ^ 
Gapt md Mrs. George JgtfeiMU 
Fee of Virginia Beach. 




ONE 
HANDSOME 
. -ROBE 



Our iight-^s-a-feather 
pure wool 
challis robe, 
With ikinty ell-over 

W^brpldery. 
W^ite, powder, pink. 




i^liaWMibnMb Z^iuV^UfSimuiT 



%. nm I MAQONA / MniM 



^aftfe/feJJlc0tf 



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" 3305 Atlantic Ave. 
ViH. Beach 



111 CoUege Place 
Norfolk 



and out of a ctt-. . . . Many Vir- 
ginto Beadi garden entbiariaats 
plan to attend the aitoiaM Lafce- 
«^x)d Holiday House to t^ home 
of the Jaaaea ^XT-fibaaa'a, 1375 
kjnory Place, to NorfoUc cm Wed- 
neaday. Deeeotoer 1. The hours 
ai« noon! till 10 pin. and, gk-to. 
{rfeaae wear your ptetttost h^ 
and please, no sirike he^> bd- 
dorfalfy, the Ateo's tave maqy 
intererttog piens they've ctritoded 

to shipping it to her? from their many tripe to Ecuadoi^, 

tor it! . . . Milliner Pan^na «* Itaty. 

LOfMONG ABOUf 



pretty wife! ... And that ftoishes Bridge High School to 1984. 
this week's fastoon foktoroi! Tne wedding wiU take place 

Dec. 11 at I p.m. to Memmrial 
Methodist Churdi. 



rfter-five wmt now b^ig riwmi 
at the I^aiveMe Aeppe, eapedaMy 
the sbMt cocktail dresses aotf fQ^ 
mak. Divine c^ contol^tttoin, 
to get some oivertog on temale too. While bladk and gold are still 
heatte — nWch ntiay. evMrtually. pwd now is toe season for kwdy 
lead to the lady-like took of ahvays white fa^doba, knost eqiecially if 
wearing a hat to complete the you're cruiae or resort bouad. 
faridoB pfctort! ... Can anyone What's toveber than chalky white 
i«teirabe« reading the Sunday dur^tg-the hoUday gaytimes? Nat 
limes and seeing photos of t he vetted recent Window-to-WMtes 

Book Review Kenpsville GC 



HAV' MECTS cole-hampel 

■'■'f nilafcllf VffiGINIA BEACH - Mr. and 

VIRGINiL BEACH - Diaabtod Mrs. Alvis Moirtgomery Cole aa- 

Amerlcan V^ans of Virgtoto «««* ft^,.*^*^^^** ?!"" 

Beach Chapter No. 20 wiU hoW <*a^«^' J^ ,^5^^" ^ ^' 

the next meettog on November 8 to^Ken^to Earl HampeL 

at 8 pjn. to- the Cavalter Hotel. ^J^^"*^?!^ 2 ^ "^^ ^ ^'• 
* and ybn. Earl M. Hempel Sr. 

All members are urged to attend Min C(^ Is a 1963 gractoate of 

to discuas the Tklewater Veterans Ptincess Anne Hi^ School. 

We've nottoed ttie perfactty tove- Anqditfkm Parade for November Mr. Hampei is a 1961 gractoate 

ly ftowing chitfons and crepes for n. of prtocess Anne High School. 



VIRGINU BEAOI — Imogen 
Yawn, Ubrarian at Fwt^iffy. wJU 
preseit the YWCA Book Review 
tola mwntog at 10:30 ajn. 

Sie wUl review tiuwe tf Mwy 
»0w«t8 |)ook»-"I«ne Coacbea 
Walttog," "The Moonsptaoers." 
and "TWa R«i# Magto." AU three 
bodB have a European bad^irouad 
Old are vividly descripthw sua- 
pene stories, ooellent for past- 
ttane reattog. 

Coffee wiU|be served at 10 iu^a. 

Tte piMc^ Is Gorttially uvttecl 
to these &ee YWCA Book Re- 
vieiwB. 



Civic League 

CHESaPOKN COU»JY-A very 
knjjortant meeting of*the Cheao- 
^nem OAoay Gvfc l«iffie will 
be Iwid Itaitaesaay. November 10 
at • pm i« Oe FiWBthy Metho- 
^stCtercb. 

All property owners fa the Coi. 
09 are urgsd to atteod. 



KEMPSVILLE - The 0<^ober 
meettog (tf the Kempsvilto Garden 
Chib was bekl at the home of Mrs. 
C. A. Bamtortli. 5112 Overland 
Road. J- 

Mrs. P. E. Loti.,|be |ueat speak- 
er, qnfce 00 "PtorUamentary Pro- 
cedure." 

The Btardnmod Garden Chto 
members judged die arrangements 
and awarded a bkie rtobon to 
Mrs. John W. Moore; red to Mn. 
f. C. Lilley. Mrs. WealerilaRHaoo, 
Mrs. Bnck J. Scott, Mrs. M. M. 
Gi««orv and Mrs. W. A. StoUingi: 
and yeiioir to Ita. R. R. Garrioli 

For borttorifave. bhwa went to 
Mrs. H. T. Aydlette. Mn. J. J. 
Bateman. Mrs. Jbha W. Moore. 
Mirs. H. D. Pq$ aad Mias Atae 
Pordy: red to Ma Amie I^sdy. 
IfisB f auUilM i i Q'ltoarke. Uxf 
Mm MtwK. Mrs. 3. J.^ Batomaa, 
Ifiv. Boi D. beaidds and Bbi 
B. T. Ayvflelta: aad |«ltow to 
ma TTitliliiiw dtamte, Ifct. J. 
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Another motorcyclist has been killed 
on the rwris o^ VIrglnJa Beach. Regard- 
1^ 0f tile cireumstences surrounding 
thi accid^f, the rider is just as dead. 
No matter who was at fault or if blanr^e 
gM^^NI pla^, the fact remains that 
^iG#MH' Human l;>eing has beconle a 
•tetlttic v^lie riding a motorbike. The 
most r«:ent death came shortly after 
midnight CNi Oreat Neck Road. Some- 
how or other, the cycle collided head- 
on with an om»mir|g car. This is not 
the first dea^ thet has occurred on one 
of the small motorcycles. As we have 
said before, we understand how these 
overgrown bikes, have multiplied so 
quickly. Th^y are relatively iriexpen- 
sive, particular to the younger fenera- 
tion, because crf^the design and because 
of the thrill of riding one. 

Public con^m has come lately be- 
cause of the rash of accidents and injur- 
ies, even fatal Injuries at Virginia Beach 
end elsewhere. We would really hate 
to see any restrictions placed on the 
riders of such vehicles, but unless the 
toll deaeases soon, restrictlQiis will be 
In order. > 

These v^fcles are d^gerous. Of 
that, there tm^ be no ckswt. However, 
they can be operated safely if precau- 
«w» Mt tak«i|WM^^^I^^ t^# 
;^iy c^^fO90^9^imM^HKlii9 ^^jlK aii» 
the road. Spe«d is usually a major fac- 
tor in these motoH3ii^> ecciiiints elso. 
But those are not'alf the problenr^s. Too 
often accidents occur through a lack of 
self-restraint and s^-dlsclpline by the 
riders. 

Sooner or later something will have 
ki be ^ne to cut down on the number 
of Injuries and deaths. It has been sug- 
l^ted that voluntary efforts be made 
1^ safety groups, parental advice and 
tducation, and by repeated warnings, 
but If this still does not curb the deaths, 
then some otl^r n*ans nHjst be foui^. 
Iliere is alrea(^ sf rious frequency to 
motorbike accidents, and we believe 
some restraints and laws are needed 
Immediately before the toll gets any 
higher. 



We suggest that Virginia Beach 
City Council pass an ordinance that 
makes it a misdemeanor for a rider of 
such a vehicle not to have a safety hel- 
met on. This will not st<^ the accidents, 
but the helmets may serve as a deter- 
rent to sfrious injury or death. Police 
and hospital records show that most of 
the injuries are head injuries caused 
when the rider goes head over heels in 
a crash. Pprhaps the rider hit something 
first, or perhaps he used 'the front- 
wheel brakes firrt.iBut regardless, head 
injuries have been the result. 

We also suggest that Council pass a 
law that only one person may ride on 
the motorbike at a time. We have seen 
two persons on them only too often. 
This Is extremely dangerous. Then too, 
weJeeHhat the Virginia Beach police 
should crack down oin the motorcycle 
riders with two aboard or with a driver 
with no crash helmet. Immedijtely the 
police could begin a real enforcement 
program, aimed at nabbing the speed- 
ing motorbikes, and the riders who cut 
in and out of traffic arbitrarily, as well 
as those who block traffic lanes by rid- 
ing two and three abreast. Also the po- 
lice might crack down on those riders 
who are obviously reckless andhmder 
aut<»n©b»fe traffic. :^-= ™-«™,^^™. 

^^JTHi^typiof t«h»cle has growrt - In 
scope to almost alarming proportions, 
and they are kmoQ ridden by toq many 
Inexperlented drivers. It seems to us 
that education and good common sense 
in highway driving are the two simple 
keys nere. 

'We urge Virginia Beach City Council 
ti pass law* now, aimed at rec^clng 
fhe afready high toff, but If all else fails 
and |hf toll SQntinupS to climb, we will 
urge ^^Mge of a law at Virgipia 
Beach, prohibiting the use of such ve- 
hicles after sundown. Perhaps that can 
be another deterrent. 

In most cases it is the youthful riders 
who are causing the trouble, and we do 
not want to see their recreation limited 
any way, but something must be 




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An Unwise Decie 



Let It he said to the credit of Mayor 

Frank Dusch that after he issued the 

proclamation closing the city^off ices on 

t election day, he did nctf engage In any 

2 running political debate with those of 

S the opposition who tried, in our opinion 

•* to make «)me political capital out of the 

closing. 

The Viifinia Beach Sun sees nothing 
wrong wWh #^ closing of the offices, 
since It Is a Itate holiday and one of 
the most Important days of all times. 
We predict the time will come when all 
liisinesses of all desCTiption will take a 
holiday on Election day so as to focus 
on the importance of the occasion. But 
the City of Vir^inia^each is in a sena- 
ls( torial c^trift comprising of Portsmouth, 
Chnlip»i1ili.ahd V^inia Beach. We 
think thet Virginia Beach should not 
have closed its offices unless the Cities 
# ^rtsmoulh and Chesapeake did the 
iome. 

If it were pur^^^^cal el^ion and 
/ ctos^ lABR, it wmi\d have 
been another matter, l>ut under condi- 
tions as exist^ <m Tuesday, we think 
decision t^ w^ m«l^-Was ^liti- 
;^nwis#. 




\Nh4n the proclamation was first Is- 
sued, we made a few calls to sOfT» 
people iat random. Calls in Portsmouth 
and Chesapeake indicated that they 
thought that Virginia Beach should not 
have closed and that see rr»d to be the 
genetral feeling in the Ci^ of Virginia 
Beach. Whether or not It oast Virginia 
Beach organization any \^es, of course, 
will never be known. 

We are advised that the car^iidates 
Irwolved were not consulted and were 
not parties to this sfccislon, but the de- 
cision w&s made by tiflclals who were 
trifly consclentlou* InHhelr decision that 
it was the propiNP thing to cb. If dmA- 
sions to close !«^|^fc»i on ^y ela- 
tion day is ipili, ^ shouW l?e made 
well in adv^f of elections rather than 
as a last rplnvrte decision so as to ha\^ 
an issue such m this involved in a carr«» 
paign when it actually h» n(^h»ng,l# 
do with the real issues. 
„ Again we say we know the type of 
crffictsU wl^ made this decision, ar|d 
we krK>w A^ were conscientious in 
their yiewsv We are also confident that 
had they given a little longer considera- 
tion In this matter they probably would 
not have closed on such a short notice. 



Ail Open Letter To The Great Pumpkin 



Be^een now and «»♦ October tl, 
we K>pe you will make a conscious ef- 
fort to m ake youf influence felt 
throughout tf w Jarwd . fay ev ery other 
holiday or festival day of the calendar 
year, there is always someone we can 
call upon for both inspiration and infor- 
mation. But up to this point, nolx>dy 
s^nrts to care atx)ut being in charge 
Halloween. It is our firm belief that you 
are Hie logical one to handle this chore 
of love, and we promise our full sup- 
p)rt in the future.' * 

This year Halloween was' very con- 
Fusing. No one seemed to know when 
to celebrate it. There were frantic calls 
to the police, the mayor, to radio sta- 
ions, TV stations and to the Virginia 
Beach Sun. The calls came from respon- 
sible serious-minded individuals genu- 
inely interested in knowing when the 
trick-or-treaters should go on the prowl. 
Like everyone else, we had to admit we 
did not know. Several phone calls later, 
we found we were not alone. Some 
parents were sending the kids out on 
Saturday night, even though it was only 
rhe 30th. They were doino this so the 
collecting of goodies would not inter- 
fere with a school night. Others ada- 
mantly stuck to Sun'day night, because 
that was actually Halloween. And still 
others claimed that all holidays that fall 
on Sunday are celebraed on Monday, 
therefore their moppets would be out 
Monday night. So yodsee, Qreat Pump- 
kin, everyone was confused. To our 
knowledge, this Is the first three-day 
Halloween ever. 

Then too, it seems that some rules 
must be drawn. Dentists and doctors 
have asked homeowners not to give 
candy. Supposedly it is bad for the 
teeth and stomach. They suggested 
fruit, particularly apptes. This would not 
have Been fea^ble in our neighbor- 
hood. First of all the kids could not have 
carried all the apples they would have 



itr^ff^ shopping bags 
^md pillow cases w&m alreiiy over- 
flowing. Then too, iTr, apples for the 
more than two hundred under 14 
youngsters, who arrived at our door, 
would have been too expensive. We 
figure it would have cost alxjut twenty 
dollars that way. ' 

For two and a half hours on Satur- 
,^ l^pa^^rpnltldfT^hair up to the 
frcNnt door, and met the steady stream 
of ghosts, hobgoblins, witches, devils, 
pirates, dai^lrj girls, etc., and handed 
out lo^ei. we ^ere there alnrv^aj, 
long Sunday »i^ht. Seems the T^ids 
came from miles around. We have 
never seen the majority of them before. 
Their parents brought them in cars to 
our neighborhood, let them off, picked 
them up when they were finished on 
our block and took them to another 
neighborhood. Halloween trick or treat- 
ing apparently became big business. 

And there is one nrK>re thing too. 
Great Pumpkin. By actual count, only 
one of every three said "Thank you" 
when they were handed the treats. This 
bothered us. Even our two-year old 
knows better fhan that. 

Please sir, do not take this letter as 
being from the Scrooge of Halloween. 
We are most happy to see the lack of 
vandalism of Halloweens past, and we 
are most happy to see the children hav- 
ing a good time. All we ask is a little 
more organization. We hope that by 
Halloween 1966, you will have estab- 
lished a few rules, and will set a defi- 
nite date for trick-or-treater$. We con- 
sider you a most important symbol of 
Halloween, and we consider your posi- 
tion most important. We think you 
"should be loved and revered by kiddies 
everywhere. We really meant to meet 
you in the pumpkin patch to talk all 
this over with you, but we were not 
really sure what night to come. 
Yours truly, 
Managing Editor, 



Tlie Election Is Over 



We wish to offer our sincerest con- 
gratulations to the winners in Tuesday's 
election. The voters have made their 
choices, and we are pleaskj with the 
outcome. The one aspect of the election 
0^t still displeases us is that not enough 
qualified voters turned out at the polls. 
But a lar^ number did, and made their 
opinions known by the way the ballots 
were cast. 

On the statewide level, we look for- 
ward to the leadership of Governor- 
elect Mills E. Godwin, Jr. We feel cer- 
tain that the state of Virginia can be 
proud to have such a fine statesman 
and gentleman as its 5pvernor, In the 
four years to come, we fully expect the 
implementation of Go<^|n's "Program 
of Progress," and we kiloM/ we can ejf* 



pect .a continuation of recent programs 
desigr^ed for the bettferment of the 
State. The new Governor will be ably 
assisted by his Lt. Governor, Fred Pol- 
lard and his Attorney-General Itobert Y. 
Button. 

Here in our own Third Senatorial Dls- 
trlctr we are pleased that the voters 
have chosen"'the three men whom we 
supported. We are confident that ffill 
Kellam, Bill Hodges and Bill %>ong will 
best serve the interests of th? District, 
as well as their own, home cittes. We are 
also quite happy that the wo^h^ave 
seen fit to choose one Serwtor from 
each of the three cities in the District. 

We are also pleased that P. B. White 
and Ned Caton will be serving Virginia 
^ch in the House of Pel^^at^. 



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il Program To CoiMiat Heart 
Diseaae, OaneoriM itnrfca 




The toll (A lieart diaeaa^ msmf Mtf Itookt fnVmim 
of liuman suffaring caniwt N waawwd. ^ we do 
know that these three Icill^rs wrf cff|pl«r» of nwikted 
in this couAtfy ak^oa aneetad th«il!r« of 
30 million persona and thdr tenmtag and 
friends in 1968, lUid took the Hvtt of 
1,187.658 Americaaa. 

Heart disease, eaneer and stroke ae^ 
eount for 71 percent of all deaths in this 
conntrf, 

C0St MOH 
The eeonomic .^>rt to tha.Ns^lo* *of 
the ravages wrought fey heart d issaiiy 
eancer and stroke apnoyiiti to te •memi 
of 14 billion each yeat Ht asa^ jl jir s 
and trMitment, aiul i^|anto to te aitea 
of IM Mllion if we take into Mcoimtlbe losa to pmkte^ 

disaUHty. 

To combat heart disease, cancer and sti^a, THMmM 
Johnson in March of 1964 appointed a Commisslffla of 
^r eountiya m(»t distinguished mecHi^ authdritled 
and hiymen under the chairmanship of the iBterMt(^<i 
ally famous heart surgeon, Dr. Miclael E. DeBakey, 
hold»> of the Distinguished Service Medal of the Am&k 
can M^ical Association. 

At the end of a careful study, the Commissfon «)n. 
eluded: "America need no longer tolerate several hun* 
dred thousand unnecessary deaths each year from heart 
disease, cancer and strolce. By bringing to all the peo- 
ple the full benefit of what Is now Imown of preventiM, 
detection, ireataient, and cure, we could teve e^n ffm, 
a nuq)b<nr of lives equal to the p<^ulatron of a major 
city." 

POi FULL BINEFiT OF MiDICAL PROOIESS 

I was privileged to sponsor the legislation to carry 
out the recommendations of the Commission. As sig^d 
into law, the legislation authorizes the Public H^lth 
Service to award funds to assist in carrying out new 
programs of demonstrations, consultations, research and 
training in order to assist. physicians and hospitals itt 
bringing to their patients the latest advances in pre* 
vention, diagnosis, and treatment in the fields of hearl 
dii^ise, cancer And stroke. ^ 

Some of the diseases we faced in the past, such inI 
yellow fever, malaria, typhoid fever, smallpox, and pol^ 
are no longer threats to our health. Now we must min^ 
mize the toll of heart disease, cancer and stroice. 
eflTorts will lead to a healthier and stron^r AmMid^^^: 
Tlie words of the eminent British statesmkn, BenJMaifl 
Disraeli are no less true today than they were a ^itui^/ 
ago when he deciai«d that the health of tha peop^Hw 
really the foundation upon which all the happfne^an^ - 
all their powers as a state 4^w4» "" 




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NOTE OF APPREClATICnr 

like to ex{»«ss our 
tninks ior Uie maiiy atpresMons 
<rf s^pitfpathy and kiodn^s extoid- 
ed to us during tix recent be- 
reavement and loss ot our son and 
brother, Paul McBroem. We were 
especially toucbed by the response 
of his friends and dasandates. 
Mrs. Lee McBrbom and Gary 
"niomas Mcfiroom 



My dear Mr. Lowenthal, 

The League ot Women Voters 
of Norfolk and Vk-ginia Beach 
would like to ilank. your pi^r 
tw the covera^ yoi gave us in 
our celebration ot United Nations 
Day on the 24th at the Dome, and 
the Candidates' Meetii^ at Link- 
horn Ptf-k School on the Kth. uie 
ammnt (A space you gave us tor 
projects <m two successive days 
was oertaialy appreciated. 

We h(H>e. as a grmip ot ii^onned 
MMKkMraneering womaa, to help 
our growii^ community here a^ 
Virginia B^K:h as well as youi; 
newspape- does. 
Le^gueily, 

Dm^s Arnold Barnes, 
Publicity Chairman 



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FORUM 

Dear Mr. Lcmenthal: 

May I extend my most siMere 
congratulations for your fine edi- 
torial of October 27th "NO MORE 
EXCUSES, PLEASE." 

I wish it was possible for each 
and every parent in America to 
read and digest this editorial tnr 
you have certainly brought .bone 
the truth as to the reasm of alt 
the juvenile delinqoaicy that this 
community^ and the country is 
festered with. „ 

The recent news stwy telHng 
white some parents bad protaUed 
to the school aitfhorities becaise 
their chilck-en h»l been qw^ed 
by school authoritiea practically 
noacte me sick over these protests. 
It parents ruled with a moro firm 
hand this spanking wowd not be 
necessary. 

Agam my thanks toe wrttii^ so 
fearlessly on this aibject and keep 
up the good work. I fed tt»t my 
annual subscrif^km has paid tor 
itseU ak)ne from tins me edJtoriaL 
Stanldgh H., Jones 






Your Faitli and You 

ROBERT H. GARNER ' 

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MUster, Taberaade MeHwtist Own* 

"Hie late C. S. Lewis, in his "Screwtape Letters," gives us a vivid jmc- 
ture of evil pCwer at work in the worid. Screwtape is a s«»ior devil, 
long experioiced in the high art of leading m&i <^ tte strait nd narrow 
path, writing letters cf encour^emect ami iRstructi(m M his i|i|»<ntice 
aiM) ttiderlhig. Wormwood. He arises Wormwood (hat akhs^ ttie 
task wiU be difficult at times, he hM a tug a^antage in tiiM nun will 
net take bim seriously. Ttey will i^ believe in him, aid if thi^ do 
they will look the oUwr way. Goterally, Screwtape advkK, tatanan 
mortals are apath^c about their gift for evil. Tliey will bdtteve aiytUng 
they want to beUeva For exanq;>le, Screwtape cortinues, t^ nun-tals 
you are a friend. Let than have whiA they want, a&d teii Q\em they 
caa have it now. We can w^it for paymrat later. 

Hus is the way evil woAs. We can have our fun now and pqr teter. 
^t the biUs always come due. and in the nuM^' ^ anwid evil, th; 
I^ are not a}ways predated to ytw personally. Scnnetimes they caU 
for pavment frcm those who love ym most— fami^ aiKi fria^ 

Ob tha other hand, if a wai chooses good instead of evfl, ht mu^ pay 
for it bsfere he cats it. The cdlege studect, for etan-ple, if he wants 
good grades, wiU have to sacrSice many an hear of ftm ard Measure 
while be devotes time to study. But the baiefit will be resfed ei the^-^ 
dav d exanainatioR. 

Hits is ts say that lj& require npu^ than kiuwkdge, nort than 
understanding, nuire than respoastttU^; A re^wes petsooti ^.scipUne 
<wbkk wUl Um aal vtiaigthea mm-al nHJsctes f<ff the 4y wlm (il^ 
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ps^ to ««Ic<1o'k nridu'ay tlatN^ 
Mm campidgn in (he &»irace 



GYMMSTIG8 

FQPfCS^ ,AI«1C -p. 13if K#* 
Hin H^ fokodT Pfay ileal AnKia- 
Ito 4 ^ar ti n en t hM awomoed 
IM^ an e9^»«iKTicular ctaaa m 
gymnaittoa.is nof .«?a|tgtoe |p !%• 
ta-eatod KMn a^Mea. 

mm tm^ pq* y^mm e^ 

ten, uU ttiS ID y****yMf^^y^ 
CrRBMt, |Mf TMtaUt. ii fo» 
ducting !{« daas on Wednesday 
flw^Mi^ aft«- adMoi. 

Trimble, who k a faculty mon- 
ber )^ Old pgniitai CoM^. im 
tpke ranked ttrird and (nice sec- 
(OOd to ««iid ftaasltm^ m/fff 
ikiliig ctmpetitton. 

Coach VaoBenschoten, in diacus- 
•tog the toiportamx oi the iHt>- 
pram, pointed oirt that like mort 
ather ^rts in the United ^tes, 
^nnnaatics sbouki begin to the 
tt^ sdiooL VanBensdMten ^ 
hopefw tim Jii ttto Mara gyn- 
ttutici will become a p«t at Kel- 
tom'a tolendiotoste progrtoii. 

The dMi baa #tBi feifn«»i 
for two weeks and tm» W KeUam 
atfaMH «» {Mr4e^atta|. 




1 reooitt. 
ctote sea»d 



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aif tN for fN «likJ 
|f|«inaoii<likato«prik 

Jniir ^1 — Bi^iiide has been 
the power boiae to ttis toa^ie 
and ttey aet pmm0Jf to tirst 
ptpt vtth • moii H 4 «l# and 

«it 4^at seataii Is to a««KS 
gtoce Idtb a iwmi gf 3 and I4 
ttid Seaboard holds on to third 
wMh • raoocdof S wtaa and Sde- 





BEEFSAIE! 




4ir tou iBoavi 



mm 



ML fmCit INCLUDE CU 

•ov. lUpfilto 

HiiiKiiXSibis 

HUHVJW 



ntlOHM 




Iqr aome that Sealack wwld run 
vnsf vim tfta titto urly ftonng 
the ataioB. tlili hu been {mqvob 

to b* ftfto 4 dViiril 11^ ^ 
Seatack's Se^ors to accon^Uab. 
ttMf htva taeed stia tppmim 
aU season and the "Hard Nose" 
grid iron mmtmm CkK and 
Nevriight atoid taU as tigbtinf ex- 



if preseptly to 
0ce wfth a 3 ^nd 1 rec(»rd. New- 
t^bt third ^i0/t^ K nepd^ol I atd 
2 and CItK rktes oa ti^ of the pack 
in Crat ptaoe vitti a record of S 
wiitt white anSertng only oDe de- 
feat „„ ^_ 

can ofiwitn cascB wb tmn anv- 
ii« cut? Iliis qoeidao wtU have 

an. nswor liar tba bt» toan 
niBet (m Nov. 8, nas. 'Ibe winier 
wfll nMfoubbsc^ be taigoe dnin- 

{riOD. 




Virginia BeacH SUh^ ThMfidty, NpytmtwM, i96i 




9M ^«ttM. ttie anitog Ford drhr« from Camden. S. C, already 
las ertabliiM a 'lirMT in ttie Na^Ml AaaociaUen for Mort tar 
fladng ids acaaon. 

And iiM WjfMff-tM CmAm, S. C, veteran oeukl me the Ade- 
Mtor 301 Iraiky, |lav,'7 at Wxymk Raceway m the siHrii^owd to 
iettiog irarthe- resird to MAfiCAR. 

Wh^ ^T^ vraa the VK& Grsai National ctonpion^ rec^tly, 
he became the first I'ord driver to iske the tide. It was his s^xmd 
crown alter wlming the dbanyion^ip in 1961 in a Qievrolrt. 

Jarntt still has his eye en taking the "tt^e crown." atmt^t^ no 
(kiver has done in the 17-year history of the cucuit. 

roM mncs wirai^ the chotqitoiuh^, wionli^ ^ sarat races and 
msmi^ the moA tao^y. 



Kdhm Hi^'a band goes Iqr— eadi right foot to perfect riQrthm. 

(flMla Igr 

Stotistteally, there were 4^00 
marchers. 15,000 spectators. 19 
floats, 62 bands (moat from Mar- 
by togi seteonn tm anaU d^- 
dren. pv»- 40.000 ,Ug fbikh-eD>- 
aod nat tne d(%— mddng up the 
Uth Amual Soriaeis' Day Oystn' 



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Miferifowt ^wt jg 

CIITik WMffP 't^tDWI 
tnOFICATI^ft W^M 1i» 

AU CutttaMn^ JleaU aw iiOW fuaiM- 
teni tondur aM ***PUP * **^tor w 

or your mon^ refulKl«d for the 
amount returned witftia 30 dsy«. 



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: OS s&oings grow 

llits notMf^ better ttma foMflfii 18)^ 
figi ioeoiN^ M give you the peace nf niind 
lid With financial security. You 
I f re prepii»*fer etpergenciet 
iWes. 

$ki§rimn ind worry less. Every dollar 
yoy fiM ^ your accoiint gives you great^f 



IMkN^ M«al Ml^itep fiyinf ill 
IgmiMtfJHvMend ||li» rati el 4^% per 




Bowl Parade. -*- 

F^ainiing to dowhtown Norfolk 
last Saturday at 8:30 a.m. at City 
HaU avenue aul Bank street, if 
coattanied t^ Grvilty to fUt street 
to kM f omurtioa ef well-trained 
marching units, fa^iimiably uni- 
formed b^mds. mad ftoi^ ex{»-eM- 
y^ Of aa^sm Oieme at ttie 
l»hitoi»-s. plus the toanor of the 
TV y wwatlrtaa 'Md antaiai floats 
... and oe^ MtiHg toe maagr 
spadators toilet -^.d,reitf puxpoae 
d the parade and the foUowtog 
footoiril gssne b^wees William ft 
Ifary and Soutiwra Mississippi was 
(tai "StKK^ Up Bm So That 
Weak Legs Might Walk' thrsi^ 
the tod ntting. 

1^ day was perfect parade and 
football weather, oaa onild not 
«ouat tba ^>arkling stoMUne and 
chan^apw air which {irompted 
us to c^ch the 7:30 a.m. txis to 
NcKfolk and to attam a vantage 
point on ttqp the Greyhound bus 
temdnal Ww s^t. 

There was applause, smiles, and 
a tow taais as we oldsters saiuted 
the Fl^ at least fifty t^ties, and 
tbou^ of those othtf" young num 
to Viataain ad the mws misun- 
(kntantKoa^ tbnwgtoQt the world. 
EtaaHUatty, bowwvff. nmst ol the 
maH:he^ and spectotors w^-e 
ymiag. Pretty girls aboundiKf. 
There was toe Itttte crippled gIrJ 
atop a float in CMitrast to Miss 
NwMt, The Gokl Piu^ Cats, tlM 
Doie Darting troupe of Dancers, 
Miss High Sclwol of America and 
Im Pendants, toe highly deco- 
ratod smell ^is to Miick and 
wtdto vehwi with b«M Miters pre- 
cedtog tba Lamddwg W^ Sched 
ludt . . . and "Miss Oyster Bowl 
faadi** Patxlcto Am Murdeo. 
dipv^tor of the lUustHttis Poteiv- 
late of Khedive Temple, Bernard 
C, Muiden. 

Wa took special cognizance ef 
the Tvt^ma Beach units iroai 
Cm, Kellam, Princess Ann& 
Keqifbriito afliL^ii^a Beach 
Hiili , schooH; all l^ing honor . to 
our dty. Fr^ UieH^nallest small 
fry oa tbe sidewalk t9 the oldest 
observers, this great parade pre- 
IMed a cttaUaigh^ {review to 
the gstae latier ra the day aft 
iqresum Fields.— Da«^ AnM 
Barnes. 



larrptt already has fte title kx^ed ^ m he can go flat eul and 
not iMive to worry about finisiu^ for polils. 

^sdot Jofanaim baa die tnoat wins wjth 13, «ity one ahead of Jar- 
rett. Fred Lorenza has the m^ money, 177^80 but to ot^y I1.24S in 
.root of Ned. 

"I bad to beat (Njt Didc n^rhemn for the chanpoi^bip and now 
I'm toying to bMt JiaUor for the most wins ami FYeddle for the mmi 
mon^," Jwrett «dd. "Ikiae ate three tough guys to beat." 

In tbe lOOioiler at Hillaboro, N. C, Jatrett's bhie ttOS Ford blew 
its engtoe and ba vrauad up Mth, lilddiig up $no on L««ie^ who 
wasn't eai/ertd. 

Silt .Mmson has Ife trodUra too and finisfaad ody «ne podtton 
in front of Jwrdt with a IfftAxn "A fraw." 

Dk^ Hutetaarson. «dio took the last race a^ Uoyock, wm ^ win- 
ner. 

Itie Tldew^r 300, a 300-Iap race arouod the laat ou-tiilrd of a 
nile track, cariias # {wrse of $S,3» wtth Uw vf^inec ptoktog up H.OOO. 

That ojuld be enough money to him toe ci^ rwe to Jarre's faw>r 
if he and Lorenzoi finish ctose at Rockto^uun. And Nad wiU be gomg 
all out for a vi(^ry to edge Johnsm. 

Jarrdt, enjoying his bluest y«u- to ri^og, has his work cut <mt 
for him m shoiktog Ux the "U*^ oxiwn." "Bitt'it woidd be sometoing 
dlootdd wto^ 



A fa^ talented /ield is expected 
evBm of ^e HASOf^ season. 



&n: tbe race, tbe S5th nd final 



And Jarrett will be ri«bt Acre. He started SS of I3ie S3 rac^ (his 
BtBMiD — the most of any drivu-. And it would have been 53 b(A drivers 
w«*e eUgfik to€ Mdy one of the two 100-miie qualifying races at Day- 
tona to Ftimiary. 

Ttone trWs v«4Il be held bom 1:00 p a ^rifi 2p.iit. «M ^ Mc# 
gettii^ toe greaa fia| id 1:30 pjn. 

COMING TO VA. BEACH NOV. 20 



al Wh^Hialr Ba^^baU is com- 
iig to Vlrgiqia Bettdi. The \^ 
l^a Rdiel Rousers wiS {4ay ^e 
Princess Anne Hi^ School basket- 
ball team to die «AooI gymnaslmr. 
on Saturday. Nov. 20 at 8 pjn. 

Hie Sdbd $taim^ m* a prof ea- 
siowd team of bask^bidl j^en 
who are c^iftoed to K'heekdiairs 
and ibey represent toe ^ato of 
Virginia ^atost otiua: wheieiclr4ir 
teams. . . 

the team uses wpmt^ binlt 
wheelchairs which they handle wfth 
amazing agility. Tbe wbe^t^airs 
^ Pitoc«ai Atoie team wfll ttse 
are being donated by the Tidewater 
Chapter | of the Americaa Red 

Hie teffli c«^te <rf Um mmor 
ben wito five players on the floor 
M a ttoM. 

Ite game wltfi PrtoMsi Anna is 
^ waa iffe d by Angnia llsoae 
Loi%e No. IM. hc^ Order of tbe 
Moose. Aad, lli^or FVank ItaaA 
has pradaiowd Nov. 20 as WMi^ 
diair Bashaiiidl Day in VkgiaU 



inch. 

Uttets for the game n« $f for 
ohSdrea aad te lor adi^. A ^- 
tton oi Um ^roeeads wOl f* to 
Damqr Thomas' fit .Mida mtjfiuA 
in Mem(Ms, Teim. 

The itobd Rousen wiU |day tiieir 
fint ffObumai p$m to tkt VUle- 
watte ae» at tt»a Nort^ An6a 
Dec. II, ^f^m ihtf meet the Bast 
Coast Divtoian of the NMional 
Wheelchair BasiuMiall A:aod^on 
iC3uMq>i«v ftcm Ni^ivQle, Tmn. 

Ikk^ may be obtiuned by cal- 
Ung the Aragona Moose Lo<^ or 
the whe^duur baaketbdl olfk:^ at 
487-1441. 

T^e Colly Avemie Bike Shc^Jias 
dtm^ a Wqpda tor a te>r prize 
tor toe I^iaoiss An* ^i gae^ 
nd INe^a, be.. I»a doaatad a 
c^ l^sas salad sat tar the aecaaksn. 

The Vli|^ ReM Routers yiU 
piiy fgdatkmiA iHitrit^iAr tegpis 
ima !<toriivfflt, Bflttoa, ffailUd- 
{Aia. ftow Yffii, Im^m, Eaid^m 
Ptfalyaed VotsmK iWpa, nd 
possl»^ tfas Loa Aagalaa l^ytog 
Wheels. 



iir^'ui 



SAFfBOAriNG/j 



.■^affi%»* 




iMml Fedeml 




MWNT'S 
LEAGUE 

VmQINIA BEACH— Tba Fm 

mts i«ea(we of Vir«»^* 

W^, SdMdl WiU meat November 

0^8 p.m. to toe sdwoi au(^ 

tOlMRt 

f^Rcipat tkmtB iHU be lop 



spe^. 



1 






lY JIM KitRici(,sAKTy omcm 

l^Hgtala CrauBfarioB mt Cum mi Uaad lUknitt 



During ilie last sue months of 1963. 802 pl^iaire boaters were ma- 
victod^ a boding violation. For the same period of 1964, 388 were em- 
victei^Wi^ing a decline of 2S0. Thus inc&^ta that the boating piAUe 
is bec(antog n»re aware ei timk ree^cmiuM&i in saef boatog. 

Every new bo^ cwoer sbodd team all Uiey cm abotrt safe b«^ng 
prior to launching, tteir boat They should be family with ft^ e#p- 
ment, the eguipmeiit ramuemeots miftm Vi^La St^^w to ^- 
cerned. r^&tration requirements, rules d the, road, weathor C9eQ£^|B8 
and cswtaty oa toe water. 

It tf esimi^d that om 100.000 ^aaav bMten wDmUn Vir- 
^'.a wato-s <hirtog ^86. Ai^rtscnoately m pmcoA of Vb^b^a's papu- 
lation prefer wMerbaaed reareiAtoBal acthrttlea asd ^ tomd is ater 
increasing. 

Hie sport of ^lirg and skin divmg is hicreaslng. M^ boaUng and 
fishtog waters wil be criatod withn tte next ton ya^ by new Jm- 
pouiutanents. 

facb yaarthp V. S. 0»a|t Qifa4 tm0mf( aad Aa U. S. Pcater 
Squ^ns H^hlv ^Kir inunediate area makt availiMi || you VmB 
courses aa aa^ boatjig. All tt will opat It a Uttle of fatv l|m«- 




llnll Midi ^N, thufsdiy, Novdfftber 4, 1965 



OWTUaRIES 



maumm m. HAfesis dM m 

Ml Mm at l«l Vkfinife Beech 
tt«B., OeMM. ifter a long Uln^. 
giariMli^ are tm drngten, 
Ifrt. Itejoria A. Wood of Vlrgbya 
tMCh, and m. Janice Van En- 
(tetgHl af fforfdik: two grondchU- 
*«to, iBd fivft great-pTincldiiktarm. 

• • » 

BAMUN S. SMITH. 2 months, the 
aoB of Mn M. and Mrs. Roberta 
Dofi^ Smitt) of «>17-J Oceana 
ApHUncBts. died in a hosjMtal. 

Baiiflnn his paraits, he is sur- 
;iri9ti by three grandpaiwrts, Mr. 
Mid Mrs. Ridei^ Duncan, and 
Mrs. Mvgaret Smith, aU of Grin- 

adl. towa. 

• • r '*-■■■ 

llli. IIANNAA B. C3.A1IX. the 

mm ft Fay M. Clark, died in a 
<^^ Ra^, Iowa, ho q)ital. She 
Ma fannoiy a ^tdhbbard lupcr- 
vta* at litUe Oredc Am{Mbious 



her husbffiMjl. she is sur- 
vM«Q by her mother, Mra. Tina 
Stabioneia- of MnneepoUs; a 
^^^Mr, ma. Mwilyn J. Z«1ch 
of Virgioia Beach; three soiia. 
Robert E. LuecOK and Itanas 3. 
#iboii of VfrgUa Bcaeti and Gary 
U iNUe of DaUas, N. C; two itflf>- 
MBi. Patrick A. Clailc and Gerald 
Caaric of Boratow. CaliffNiua; a 
Hmr. Mrs. Carl PalmquM of 
Itaml^wtis; ttd sbc granddnl- 
dm. 

* * • 

lorn W. CltADDOCK. a saleman 
ier hati k Taylor Go. of Washing- 
tm diad here. He was a Workl 
War n vetem and was Nvied 
ki ArUa^en Itational CeRMtoy. 

He to sortlfed i^ Us owtMr. 
Un. Alice ttarte Lougtiry; and 
a bro(lie>. WUliMn W. a«ddKk 
sf Maw Yorit 



8Mi 4f OMt^naiM-. Wash.; and 
t«io Mm, Uln. Mvy Simmons 
of Otnliii. WaA, and Mrs. A^iif 
Otien ef HMpiam. Wash. 

* • • 

IHE REV. JMOGH F. morgan 

a naaw of VtfUa BeMh «m1 a 
resident of S«^ m^yand Ave., 
Cin^mati, died in a CincuuMti 
ho^tid after t tong Mneu. 

He is sanfivka by his RK^her, 
Mrs. liOla Uetpm of Vii^inia 
Beadi; his widow, Mrs. Gussie 
Morgan; tm sons, Frederidt C. 
M<rgan d NMfolk «id Enoch F. 
M<H>^m Sr. of Cincinnati: tmr 
^ta^fben, Mrs. Neomi Mdvin tf 
Norfolk, Miss Iheresa C Morgan 
of AUoen, S. C; Mto Je«i A. Mm-- 
gan (d Knoxville, Tern., and Mitt 
Loia J. Morgan of Cincinni^; four 
brothoi. the Rev. C. M. M<»^an, 
the Rev. E. E. Mw^an. and Al- 
fred B. Moffan of Virginia Beach; 
and William J. Morgan of Wash- 
in^M; two sisters^ the Rev. Ibt. 
4^ala 4> G ord on an d M», IsabeUe 
lUz^ of Virgtaiia Beach; «id live 
grandchlWwffl. - 

• « • 

EUtXm A. BRItUANT-Cudor 

Arthur Brilliant has died in a 
Pima Cminty hosirttal in ArizMta. 
He was a native of Brunswick, 
Maine but had Uved most of hia 
Hit in Virgiste Beach. He moved 
to IHicson two yean ago. 

He is survived by two sons, Bm- 
ric Brilliant of Oiesqpeake end 
Leon T. Brilliant of Virginia 
Baadi; time dai^iMers, Mra. 
JttMt Meiggi of Moyock. N. C. 
Mrs. Canityn Jui^ of Norfolk, and 
Mrs. Harry Wilson of Norfolk: and 
a brotlwr. Lorenso ftttimt. and 
a sister, Mrs. Akmeda Eii. botii 
of Aruttwlck. Malna. >, 



G^Mfetrougb Raid «ed in a Hot* 
tolk hoipM. Ha was empN^ b^ 

Horfok k Weataii RaWvay. 

Survtving are Ha will. Ifrs. 
Mildred TMa BmiBela; two 
dm^mn, Mms Mary Jo &Mn- 
ueto of Vlrgnta Bea^ and Ifrs. 
Cbeiy! Edwina Rois of Hmttag- 
ton. W. Vs.; throe brottien, An- 
gm Emanuek) and Albed tkoaa- 
uek) of New York and Victor &n. 
amelo of PUifeiview, Long Island; 



a oui hmbk. f^VBip viBNa of 
Beth Pam, Un$ Istoadi twi ^ 
ters. IM. iUiiaAia ^Ma of Mm 
Jenwy Md Ifrs. torali Pmm of 
Hew Yori(; and a half MIer. Mrs. 

Hmcy fViota of New Yoit. 

« * • 

ZEVELYN V. OtmiS of 7U Je^ 

icho Road died m a hoapitil. Hi 
was a rettreu Navid Baae pipe- 
fitt«-. 

Brides his wife. Mi%. Uila Eng. 
Uah Cottit, he Is survived by a 



<^1^ Itt ^lih L. ftNQf it 
V^idilii^ aie^aMsi V. 
Gottte 4 mm^ik HjQ.; ttibe 
sistm, IbA. LeSse kr^Ml and 
Mra. Iby Ovom of iniiitti0n 
and Mrs. Aaida ten^MT pt Graf- 
ton; five teoltera. Heslie Cottle 
of O MM p e i to. ttenaa Oottie of 
WnUace. N.C.. Esumeat CoMe of 
De«tecs. MMt, and Jamas Cot- 
tle and Euro Gottte of Wya^igton; 
and ^fit grtndduldren. 



fMH. fttoem AMe iHaM. m 
tted in a hospital after sufiirtBi a 
Iwart attack.. He Waa a pM*- 
graplMt Mr Notfatt atfin^fiH. 

SurvMv are Ms ^M, Iftt. 
Wwte Maitia Dohrtek. ttd Us 
panms, Bi^fmoiia fTaainai ana 
Mn. Xatberiaa HMshiVMr tM- 
iMck «f Nawpoct Haws; a daugh- 
ter, Mte Rebecca Sue XkOtiUk, 
aid a sm John Rajmmd Pok- 



0ma, Kia. CMraMv OaAi nd 
AM. ElMMk niR of m* 
and; and two brothers, Amea 
Umiid DotwMt of Newpoi^ Newi 
fkd iupBa Vkederick Oolwtek Jf 

rMCsfflt, Quo. 

• * • 

itOYD 1. KMHJB - Ftojrd 
ttxc^or Engltoh of 501 Lake 
Shore Road, hosbMxl <rf Mn. Paii- 
IM Wagner Ei^lMi. died recent^ 
in a Norfolk boepttal. He ««s a 



^ tfd had mm n 
iBtteNavy betore 




In IHB. 



Us wMM. he is lo^ 
Tlved by a dinl&w. Hff- 9*^ 
#n E. Cuaer of OiMpwe: •"» 
Edwwd a*ir ef NaKolk; a iwh 
thv, RandaO En^i^ of Boi» 
O^; OUa; a slater Mrs. ©live 
Mmm of !few Albany, Ind.t vA 
two yvndcfiUdren. ^ > 



^^mm^^m^^^^^^^^i^^^^^ ^ ss ss^^mm^mmmm^ m 



B. 

ttM feaslMiid of Mrs. Adline T. 
Smk9, died in his home. He waa 
a Nliral dief dark to tiie «lea 
pMidiBt hi cfiarge oi in ?fff f f H iy ff 
tor tte Oonbosnl ^dlroad. 

UMiitiis Ma iHdow, ha Is survived 
^ a itoi#ter, Ifri. OecU T. 
Wehii ». of BleteeBd; two ^ 
ten. IfrSp* E. C. Witay and Mlas 
nnJMor of l^fnibmt: aad 




Ktedl teaetMr, died in a local 
boi^iteL Sbe IMS a aathw of ^- 
Mto Boacli mt tapifflt to Hia 
nrpBHi WKA sesooi QFatem 
aiore Sum S years. 
, SnrvM^ an a aoBt JeraU 
PMkn of ^^r^iria Baacti aiid 
Mm^ staters. Wm Halsn Meq^ii 
«d* Mlai Itei IMafBB dt mr 

Vk^nte BeadL 

« « « 

MM, LOVIIB E. eMMiW,qf soo 
S. Attawa naad, A gofimte ad, htts 
tted te a Norfolk bespttal. 

BBrvivnK are a inwyiwir, im. 
Mte$r C. amHi. wd ten fraad- 
lOB^ l^fata E. Owon lAd Rob- 
en L. (Meaa of Vbtfiila Baadi; 
two bracers. Kart Hnal and Jobn 



SYMPATHY 



Sympatic is csteaded to Ifra. 
Kma Radolpb. MediterranosB aw 
enia, on iiie kias of her (Hi^ brotb- 
er, KU, wlio passed away October 
M foUowbig a king illness. 

rtaEHDB and NEIGIffiORS 



• UOAL NOTICES 



NOfiCE 

TUa toto noU^ tbe public that 
tbe unders^pied, tt>adb)g as Adders 
Restaurant wU wittte ten dayr 
after pubHeatkn of this nottce 
apply to the Vkgfaya State Al- 
oobidic Sevnage Contrd Board^^^ 
for a license to sell beer for <0 
nd on preoaiaa onnaivtion. 

S. ft A. Corpwatloa 

T/A Ad^'s Rast a uran^ 

S14 Atlaatic Ave. 

Va. Beads, Va. 

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Tm Late to Orafy 

(dSVRCHJrr — V»l Bto<»yne. 
CNy. i<loor, radto, heater. 6 cyt 
Mler. A4 conditbn. Leaving. WUl 
take best ofScr. CaU 34&«U5. 

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ALAX>DIN'S LAMP ANTIQUES. 
Aiat opened in new kx»ti(m. 1513 
Ptiaaiire House Road (RobMm 
Gamer) to ffneater Vbfkiia Be»:h. 
FlMaie 4BMM4 Selected antiques 
rt prices ttiat will ptoMe you. 
tbraitiaw. ^an. dilna awl booka. 

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standards^ different from any other meat mezchant. 

These standards don't fit exactly the f andliar terms you Wow for grades of mmt As 
an example, did you know that some beef, graded U.S. Ohdce, just doesn't meet our 
^uper-m^if' specifications? Ifs true! You see.. .we don't buy by gnde. W# use 
our own bii^ standards to bring you tibe belt yahieSi ^ ; 

i;iiftt doeaat mean we don't approve of such grading— not at tSL It Just means wve 
very fiu^y about the beef we label "S1^>er•Bight'' It stanc| to rgaon we tov| jo |e or 
Ji^ would^fc be America's numb^ ods m^at merduu^ ^ ^ '^'^\ ^^ 

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Have Been Removed From Rib Rbasts, Giving YoiT 
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AvMWM wa$ en* of thft (City's JmisImI. 

. . . then H. D. Oliver had been serving for 44 



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Kectric trofep ran ^ and down Grariby Street. The 
16^(^0 Sotd itood on t^ conw, tsA the many re- 
tid stnva «C tha c^ wdoQOMd ilioppers all dimg Granfcy 
Street la thoae yem fl. D. OttfO- was lOready ertabMah- 
«i «• <SDe cf ll» cttys moat reapectod names, {»ovklii^ 
eoeqdete and #dl hin&d burial and ftmei^ services. 

Tixfay H. D. Oliver still bcdds ite {dace as the city's 
finest tai Its fieU Two floe homes, induding the new^ 
at 1^1^ Bndt, an experienced c^iafalb stalf and the 
hHitog of ifl) y»n eMiite H. D. OUvor to serve youif 
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GREEN CABBAGEt».do. u. 8c 

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•ttm- toeal miaMMi tiilt wtt^ tocMq^^Anal plait lor a <krac- 
da^r pMe MBMr to te Md hi that dty jNmsdk^ tt-14 tor 
thaa MO nttaiMen of Jdmrift'g I^Sb^m fawn the Tidewater 
Jaedto wfl icrre m comreMiiai dUreetor tor Ae taMC^i^ 

FRIDDELLATODC 



wm be pBBHtod by Guy FHddiB; 
ecutorial page editor oi The Vk^ 
ginian-PUot. far tte OM Dondnim 
CoU^ "DefMyrtmeat of Ei^ikii 
I^eseots tte. Po^" aerta, fitati- 
day, Nov. 11, ai, 3 p.i»i, tai the 
fb^ies Library AsaeinUy Hall. 

iVid<^. a native of Attuto. is 
a grachiato ot U» uttivei^ tf 
F^t^RMHMl aDd (be OAnbta Uifr 
versity GmduMe Sctool of Jow^ 
nalian. Prior to Jcrioing.tiw staff 
d tiie Norfolk pi^M* in l^nii, 
1963, hB servea for ii yeart as 
political writer for The lUchztniMl 
News Leader. 

His first book, "Jackrtraws," is 
a collection <A ias News Leac^ 




QE DISTBIGT 
IMEETING HILD 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Miss 
Nancy Pierce, president of the 
Frank W. Cox Distribirtive Edu- 
cation Club, recently (u^sided at 
the annual Di^rk:t I Oftioers 
Training Confa^oice, hekl A the 
Kirn Memorial Library In Nor- 
folk. 

Each Di^ibutive EdiK:aQ«i 
Club in Norfo'k and Virgmia 
Beach was represorted at this 
Function. TTie purpose of the evrat 
was to train the officers of the 
Distributive Educatioo dufas and 
indoctrinate them c(M»;eming their 
responsibilittes as club ^cets. 

The evening was highlighted by 
a speed} Inai Mib. Maude A. 
Hudson who also installed each dl- 
ficer. 

Following 'the ienetii se^m, 
the program coitfuued wtth a bahi- 
quet meeting, whidi was {veskted 
over by Skip Owttia, presMent of 
the Narview Distritwtive Ekfeica- 
tion Club. 

Princi^ speaks* at the bsiqt^ 
meeting was Miss Janet Martki, 
vice-presid«it oi the Virginia IMs- 
tributive Eklucation Cluto oi Ame- 
rica, from the Tidewirter »«a. 

The poiormance of (he ^Ni^ 
people wlM attakled tlia eoaferolDS 
was commendable aid ttlcir_M' 
forts awl cmtributkMB BUMto a 
success of the oitire evoUhg. 



Grade-Level 
Meetings 

KINGS GItANT — Instead of 
the regular Parait-TeadKr meet- 
ing m l>^oventf)er, grade-level 
meeting on various evaiings dur- 
ing this mwith are benig held 
during which the teachers will 
cxjHain policies and pri^ams at 
King's Grant Etenentary ScImwL 

The grade-level m^tings will be 
held at 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 pjn. 
Grades two iMt «i Monday; 
©•ades lour mA Tviesd^, and 
grades one met Wednesday. 

On Monday, Novsnba" 8, grades 
six alf^even at Kingston School 
will have tteir <ipm fwuse; to be 
ioliowed on Novartw 9 \sy grawles 
live; and on Thursday, Novenber 
11. by ^aci^ ttira*. 



es^oBma rinriter to thoae wMd» 
QMT ^ipear te ttie editnii^ p«^ 
of Tte Vii^iniaD-Pitot 

nrkktal's prc^tun for the po^7 
nrtoa, ivMdi he Ubeis a "twenty 
mnote aothotogy" will im^Kle se- 
lections from Dylan Tnomas, Jtm 
Keats, Robert Frost. WUUam 
Btoke. Sb- Winter Raieigh. John 
Ooone, yffm. Ernest Hei^, WU- 
tirai Wordsworth. AmoU Matthew. 
Robert Brownii^, Thomas Hardy, 
Join Crowe RttWMne. W&i. Butler 
YtMti, and "Maypop." 

, S^gemit Maypt^ appears In 
Friddell's second book, "I Hate 
You, I Love You," a selection of 
humorous essays published by 
Do(j4btoday in Ai^t. ms. 

The ^grnn is free ati the pub- 
lic k tavHed. 



President Mtl 
Pub. Work^Bill 

JOIfl^CW CrfY, TEX.-Pwsl- 
deirt JotanbB alpMl the M 2 m- 
Ikin putitie nwks ^tfng^Mem 
tm, 1^ we^ wbkA hietades 

$tmm M m miipiiii « the 

K^fsiBavMi Met flnc^pn pnpct. 

tHe aMocittui is la ttMs oi 
mmm aat otthe pi^MiM 
tte eKsns non^ is e^paclMl U 
be retaM to te |ov«raiMbt 

fki projaet was brigflMhy eltt- 
miM. by m Quept of Army Itn- 
gmm, to cwi $1.17 million, but 
the eventual low bid was only $3«,- 
000. Hie wwt m Vbe iat>ject be- 
gn kat sqnuTW. and aheady a 
new t>oat channel to Lymhaven 
heads and a tunilBg basin have 
tan'owiptoto^ 

tin Ml aiae iocluda a r^m- 
hunemnt ol m.ooo to the dty for 
tts. beadaund repienishnMot i»o- 
gram. 

Also taiduded tai the bUl was !».-]' 
060 fw a surv^ ^Ject In V^ 
gtaiia B^Kh. 



ASklK m THE SUN 



PUNS ARE 
ANNOUNCED 

RIOflHOND - Plans for the 
annual ob^'vance ot'the first of* 
iHdal Thanksgiv^ io 
have been anoec^e^ by the Vir- 
ginia Thanks^ving Fe^vai, bic, 
according to Fe^val ^esklent, 
Dr. Clarence Bro^iw <rf Ridmond. 

Scheduled for Sunday. November 
21, at Beiteley Plantation, the 
Charles Cffy Dx^ home of Mr. 
and Jlrs. ttaUokn isaa^aa, the 
BMMB^lshMli^iMbnii ^Hliflieus 
se^^,' %~ drsinati^tlon ^of ihe 
well (k)ciaiiaited of^al Thanks- 
gfvli^ hekl «r tliis site 346 years 
ago and a holiday dinna* to be 
Mrved on the terraced slopes of 
the pkmtation garden. 

Last year mcve than 600 attend- 
eo this annual event, while fwn- 
drecte of others were tiuned away 
due to space limitations. Mr. Wil- 
liam G. Siannon. Festival Vice 
!^nQSi<to)t. in charge of plans for 
ttw Berketey eveiA has anncKinced 
ttuA Ui^Htjved facilities will make 
it pomb^ to care for an addititm- 
al number d guests this November. 

The, weekend will im)vide a lull 
round xrf festivities for Tidewater 
Virginians and thdr guests. Many 
will joum^ to Willianu^uii <m 
Saturday fw the Tbank^ving 
grkfttm daoslc ()etw«ai the Uni- 
veraity tt RktoKxid and WillMim 
and Mary CoMege. The gune, to 
be played at Gary Field, marks 
the 7Wi ^uuai clash betweoi these 
t«K) rivals. Some ot those ^o 
pirn to s^ieofA the footbaU geme 
in WUIIttiMMrg on Saturday, will 
be ixcsent at the re^uctm^it at 
Btfkeii^ m Sunday. 



Golden Age 
Club Aetlve 

^^IKiOnA BEACH - 1M W. 
fiBkn iNKh RematiM Depart- 
matt has set a gMi of estahUah- 
ag^/^IAm Age ChfiM in eadi eom- 
iBUiAy wMita ttie Oty. Hie main 
purpoae til Uie Goidoi Age Oib 
is to give retaiKOmi to the sorior 
^lagfis tai the City. TlMse wto 
<Mito b keep ousy and mjpy eve- 
tisa^i out tbom jom «ie of ^ 
Goldiit A|e QOH. 

There are now cbibs in ttie lifoa- 
haven and Atlantic Park area. 
JB the Blal^ater area, anolber 
chib is about to be developed. 

tile LynnhavM diapter hekl tts 
momiily merting Hiursday ev«d^ 
at the luRne d Mrs. Uicilte llor> 
tis wUh Mrs. QMsry Sawler pre 
sidmg. 

Hie Atlantic Parte Chib tekl its 
fir^ Bake Sale on Saturdi^ at the 
hnne of Mrs. Utoka Hite. 

For fvffiber informatwn ctmcem- 
Ing Goklen Age dubs, coitfad any 
number of the Recreatun Depm-t- 
mesA by calling 497-^2 b^weea 
9:30 asa. and 6:% pjxL 




Virginia BmcH SUN, Thursda y, Novgmbtr 4, 1965 

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J(0^inia Beach l^m 



N««7-A 



Cant MV Ihat I M weQ ttea di^. Got tiwae paA 4M>)ues. 
SimQ ptet ^u^ v^ ^m to «i^, nd my amis n«ed to be about 
ij^ee 1^ y^ll^mimmmmm |NM V«^ to Uie p^at where 
% eyes fodfc I M|#A jMJ # a lIMIBi ill yards, but that cloaMip 
twk Is kir^ iNkWiMe of aM U ftoi iitirety due to old age, 
however. 1VW Is m^^m/m ^ vMat te ^lur to the kwk oftha 
dames tfacae^yi. t«i iiient IMA tf Hy Ml looking at wemoi. aid 
new that I sA rfrie t» kvaUy ad*^ At viMP. they have covved ^p 
the damea M mmtnit^ pMfa. t hive be«) hamsg troUUe for 
some yMrs «ft damdl In sSk^, M tMi "flMt-girl" kx>k h^ thrown 
me compMely. 

•Sbe otittr diy I pattod «tat I tho^it was a nhie year iM girl 
OB tiw heed wd mked her who her pareiU vtn. S» akno^^knocted 
me co!d. Turned ^ At was thhiy-four and had t^^ sons in hi^ 
<jdiod. rm hidiy h^ iMKband wasn't dxxit, or I'd really have been in 
ixwMb. Vm not really sire about Us mga, since It is fvobaUe that 
he'd a^TM wMb roe. 

Smr some adi in the womoi's magazines that caused my ^i 
blood to run e^^ etASuf. I Donnally htk at time magazines to dar^ 
my baMries, but I've got to cpiit it 1^ ads picture fai»les ^Ato wei^ 
aixwt thirty-nine pounds and wh(»e faces k»k as tf all their bade teeth 
have be«i pulled. Ibey bave the figises of a 1917 wnMward. and 1^ 
lite a TkMt» vk^tkn. I yearn for the fulty-fMdced inhM of ynteryear. 

Iba ddite tti^ days are very short. lAd mutnally I wouM be bapi^ 
B «ncaiffiie even shorte- <ma, but the ddrts on the models hi dieae 
faMon magaslnes only give ym a view d a knee that lodts like the 
"after" pktives of Joe Nasiath's knee opo'atkn. Sort of driveled up 
ai:d bony. Vivm a nether would have trmible tfcii^ii^ sudi a knee was 
handsome. 

I susp^t Aat idl Uiese models iMve dieted themsehr^ into a state 
of malnutritiai. 1^ bad. ^MOiat they need to get l>adc into ^pe is 
about tm^tn mlted milkshakes every day md a few poiffids of frendi 
Mai ^tilMs fir littih t0A dbuwr. I doat Iflce my womoi as fM as 
a txAttd dUna hafc)Mtiiurtltetete4bletoteU the^ie aoi begs 
when «le l#it It din. 



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As Iha vMage InMi mt aaliwi'.Bf la tkwt of <Ua Vlrgfaite Beach comtncieM siMw, 
was takes la dM late inrs. Iliese two MldfaigB bave duiagcd BtOe dnrlng the years, 
prdbably have bera diai«ed siace dils eariy pfetore wn taken. A <tee aa 
SB the south cni «f Atlaiile Avcbm. 



t^b phalo(n^^ 

Tbe Muncsef tte 

to iHwre they an 



WINNIt, AAA TIAIVIC SAFITV 

posm coNinT 



PROCLAMATION 



mmmmm 



4nd Now 



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Wear White 
At Night :l 

"Ttus mcmth's award winnng 
school traffic safety drawuig by 
Tari Antterswi, age 17, ot ttte Dixie 
Hollands SemtH- High Sdiool in St. 
Petcrsbui^t Florkla, shows how 
to be n mvisiole man w.ien 
itfter dark,^ said Richard 
S. HoUand, Director. Calling at- 
toiticm to the high pedestrian 
death toU ol lake afteitxxm and 
evening hours, he stressed tteit 
many di these traffic ca^ialties 
could have beoi avmted if the 
motoiM had leeo die pede^riair 
in time 

*"iaMy' 

have a dsiiconception about tee 
di^nce I'equired for a driver to 
come to a sate s^p. Hwy also 
make the mistake that because 
tbey see the driver, the dri>%r sees 
tnen. In addition, they do not 
realize tb^^ a driver sees only 
what is wMiin the r«nge <d his 
hea(Uights, and that many tiiinj^ 
to the »de of him are hidden by 
his blind^." Mr. HoUand pointed 
out. "Oftai by the time the driver 
sees the obj^ he is dan^tnisly 
near it. Tbm, k is the pede^rian's 
responsibility to miake sure the 
drivar sees him. Wearing smne- 
thing white, or carryng a light 
aiter dark and in the late after- 
noon haziness is a safety {recau- 
tion every pedestrian should use, ' 
said Mr. HoUand. "In «lditK», 
AAA urges ^erly ped^triaus to 
avoid walking at night, unless ac- 
companied by a ^HBigo- person, ' 
he saul. 

As part of our schools' nxmthly 
traffic s£dfty oduc£^i<»i {Ht>0f«m, 
Tidewater Automobile Associattra 
is di^ftuting the new poster to 
area w^ools. 



WIlilREAS, It is fte^ tfiat ^ aarvlces d the thwisancb of moi 
and yfomea who bave served fei oar ^^med Forces in time of war be 
c(»nmemorat^ and ■' 

WHES^ilAS, NovtnHbo- Utt, the ainiverswy of the Armi^ce of 
World War 1 has k»g been oNAMid tai this connection, and 

WHEREAS, the ride*a«ir V^eraM Association this year will d>- 
lerve the week of Noven^ber Ttb-lXfe, IMS as Tidewater Vrterans Week. 

NOW. I1^m£F0RE. Ii Fraidt A. Dusch. Mayor of the aty of 
Vfa^a Beach, do herahy prodaia iba week of November 7tb-13th, 



TEomwt^ vw^asMM wEaK^^=^^ 

and call upon our citi»Bi to parilti^ia la this tribute to tfie vetersis 
of the nati(Hi's wars. 

Given under my land this Stat^y of August, 19«. — — - 

A. Dusch, Mayor 



SMVlCimiN 

INTNINMS 

Airman 1/c Janes MQkr, whose 
fomMS' gutfdlafl« Louisa Moberto, 
reaiaes at 4B0I BMlaiid mA.'^lm 
nnlved for Aity at Idea AFB. Art- 
ttaa, ^ler a tour at aviri^ in 

France. 

* * « 

ElecbtMBies TachHician 3/c 
James C. Pboabus, \m, sod of 
Ifr. and Mw. (Sited P. Mu^tts 
of 401 Herttttae* Moid. Ii ttfvintf 
OB board the guided ndi^ ia- 

irtn^tff y% QoidsfaorDU^ 

• * * 

Am^ Pvt Mark L McMuIte, 
aoo oLIfr. and Mrs. Mark G. ilbt- 
MttUn of 1141 Aaredale Read, was 
anigned recently as a deskAypiA 
at the 130th ^Uon Hmpital near 
HekMie-g, G«numy. 



Army Pvt. Rodnqr F. Rhodes, 
aan of Mr. and Mrs. Mdvin 
Moctes, 3Sas Maverick Street, re- 
turn^ rec^itly f nun the Domini- 
can R^blic wberb he had been 
sa:yii^ with the inter-American 
peace locee. 



♦ » • 
S^onan Apprratlce L^mard 6. 
Ki^ Jr.,l^, am d Mrs. Jeane 
P. Ki^ of 4m Delco Road, is 
sean^ diioard the attack trai^port 
U% Fremoi^ current^ qieratii^ 
with UK Shith Fl^t in the Mecft- 



nsCUYAf 
BOOBTOli 







Bing 4tim r to imje^^ 
Saturday froi;n U a^.. l»>!lj|Mto> 
The di4>l^ It the UMii'in'! 
Eastern Shore OMVel.' Iw UttO^ 
RMd. wiU tachida Midi iDMr«tllH# 
itons as advent calendira, Cbfli^ 
mas cards, ffttf«yr sd<IMai;Md 
other gi^ books and 0|Cdi If a4 
reugious Miure. 

The E{4scopel Young Chilllin«l 
wiU have a Ugbt luncheon ^ ami 
wu>hea aad eoHea MwUabll Itf 
puixihaaa bir Mb . pMlral pMe 
#hich is ^Mfl^^M^ to thl 
Parish BookM^IVb; '. 

The bookstore*^ stAffed elMraiy 
by volurHew workers ot the ctefcb* 
and aU i»^its benefit the daveb'i 
fund fw SemmariMis. 



Dentists fis 
To Convention 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Dr. T. 
R^Jarrett Jr. has been seeded 
alternate delate to attend, 
the )$^ jumual sessioi til the 
bcUtM Association to be 
hdd itt Las Vegas on Novehuw 
8-11. Af^roxknateiy 15,009 deatisto 
fr«n every state and maqy for- 
«%n colonics ai« expect to' 
aiieiid. 

liMdiiig ttie dei^tiim firom the 
llMfrata- area are Dr. . ^k:haitl 
tntick of Portsmouth. ni«rident 
of the Vtr^^ state Dittal Asso- 
eiatioi^ and 17r. A. L. l^uione of 
Niutoik. As afterdate d^igMe with 
Or. Joratt wm be Dr. ^^ce C. 
Rowt of mfnpton. 



SIA VISIT 

VIRGINIA BEAGB - The SmaU 
Businecs /MftniniMmUon ttegiooal 
(^ce in Rkdunond will have a 



Qunterllanieil 

.NAG6 HEAP - North Carolina 
leach iBugy AasociatHm has nam- 
ed Ray G^mto- of Virgiiria Beach as 
jmldiint d the orga^Mtitti 
flp Goier waa^de^tfMl n 

OAer offico^ dected to serve 
die asscJciatif'- which was fmnied 
^w> years ago were Charlie Grif- 
fln. Jr., d Nags Head, vice presi- 
4|(it: Bob Prest<Hi of Nags ffead, 
lecretary: and W. A. WilUams, J^., 
rf N«^ Head, treasure. 
iOtber directors are WoHh Britt 
ojf EUzabdh City, and Pinky naher 
dHoitek. 




OFINTERESTTOVETS 



[ve January 1. IfM. tiw 

Adminfatratiwi wiU can- 

a new sy^rni of klentifi- 

ciHaR on patiento admitted to VA 

iMptiati. 

Uadir ttti new system, the S^ 
ial Sisettrify number will be leed 
as i^ tf^onn ittentificatim num- 
ber on the niedicid and corres- 
pondaam raootds of aU persons 
adqiMad la a VA hospital. The 
Sste.Meiiriir humbar iritt take 
l|i jriiol <rf the nmibflr now used 
tin r^n:ed to as "unk nuttber" 
or "register number." 

fbr a wtttibec of years the VA 
Porm 10-P-lO, AppUcation tar Hos- 
pital IVeatment or Domicihary 
Care, has carried a blank for the 
So<^ Security mimber. VA boi- 
^als, aMhbogh th^r have vranted 
thk number, have nevtf uaisb^ 
upon having it before pfocdMng 
111 a|^lic^;ton for admission. Ki- 
teotive January 1. 1966, howevn-, 
tiia.ckx»m8tance6 wid ha differeirt, 
Md it will beooroe roost impnrtaot 
tti^ ttie Social Sacurtty numb«-,be 
aiiown on the VA Form lO-P-lO. 

It mi0A be advisable tor vefer- 
2U1S to take note, now, that eftec- 
Uve nejrt year, they must show 
t^Nr Social Security numbo- on 
aU ai^catkm for »im^k»8 to 
VA hom»tals. Every veteran riitNUd 
ca^ in his bUltold or wallet 
somthing, sbowii^ not oaiy his 
Sodal Security number; t»A, also, 
lys VA' cUtoi nimber and nis 
_. . ^ ^ lu «• ^- .'service sffiai viftanber. AU such 
repreaentotive at the Virghlia hjj^^ ^^ ^^^^ „ g^o^ j^jenUfying 



llesMeirfa and 
Donea Ha^ 



to ttettea 



S$£ft4!»SlB«' 



alike are ceiiabi t« teeaf^lm^ MMtogs fai 
AboiH # years *aWB " " 

the baittp^ ^<S<Vt 
«%ht ef the 




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.^Jeach Oiambff tfCMMMb on 
A'' NdVamber 9 bddvMb^iii^ of 
f^ 9:00 iym. and l!#(i)l^ - ; 

Hie Cbanbo- of CQi^a»ce wUl 
make af^intrhents in ady^M i» 
small _a>uAie»iieo to disoas 
^A's nnancwl and Maaaimanl 
Astistance pn^0m. 

Ftee businua owiiaelB^. il of* 
fe%d to the mall bustdpsMin 
and an explanatwn of tew to talto 
advaiAaee cf "Service Coipa d 
Belhred Wau^^v^,' sp^iMHed by 
S$A io yoiff;kKai area. 



^Iiinaattin. hot w^ to aR)iytt|; 

fif Mmttsion to VA hosi^tais, but 

lipr mtf other purjbsei aej|W. 

Please visit my <*ice efTaiq^ 

rs or problem r^arding ben- 
tor yeter«i9 and tbeo- survi- 
vtt». 

, Haurice J. Hungi»-, my assod- 
htfi, vtatls the AUlL fi. Shepard 
lonventlM Ca«f . M llt«et and 
ftf^ifk Avenue, on the sectnd aiKl 
Mirth Thursdays d each moith. 
hekirara the hours ot S:30 P.M. 
aodlF-H 



J. FRANK COLEMAN, JR. 

POSTMASTER 
HOIpED 

This year^TChristmas Seal Cam- 
paign in Virginia will have for jIs 
hMiorary chairman J. Ft«nk Cole- 
man, Jr., poshnartor of Prospect. 
piiK» fidwM-d coinity^ National 
boiMMrafy diairman Ms year is 
AstronautraquanaiA Scott Carpeai- 
ter wlwee mothtf died of tubor- 
culosis in 1962. 

Cotana ntook office on Novon< 
ber 1 as presiderH '^ th'< Vir^irijia 
chapter, National Association of 
I^Mitmasters- of the United ^tes. 
In announcing Coleman's appoint- 
ment as Iwnorary Seal Campaign 
chairman. Rev. William E. Kinser, 
presidait of the Virginia Tuber- 
cutosis and RespirMory Disease 
Association (VTRDA), explained 
that it was iirtended to express the 
association's apipr«:iation to all 
postal employes in thp ^ate. 

Kinser pointed onA that for 50 
yeai% mail Carriers and clerks ndt 
MUy have handled the sheets of 
Se^ls and delivo^d them to con- 
hlbutors but they later have de- 
livered the Christmas cards and 
padcai^ on which the Seals were 

Many local affiliates of the Vt- 
RDA throughout the ptate are plan- 
ning ccTOTionies on &inday. No* 
verier 14, to honor local postal 
anployes, Kinsa* sakl. The Seals 
are scheduled to be delivered in 
Virginia aiKl throughout the n^km 
ca Xiiesday, Novesihec 16. 



Tickets To 
Go On Sale 

VmCCOTA lEEACH — l^*3ts 
will be on sale beginning Mp». 9, 
for the dess^ bridge and fai^ti^ 
shew to be sponsor«i by tiie Har- 
bor Circle of the King's Daughters 
Internationa! at the Cavalier on 
December 2. 

Tkkcts are fl.SO per po-son uid 
may be obtained from any floem- 
bw of The Harbw Circle, or by 
calling Mrs. Bernard Feoiey at 
.£8-4697 or Mrs. William iPcnt^ at 
42^319 for reservations. Deadline 
for resfflirattons is NovenAw 24. 

Holiday fashions by Rmc Hall 
will highlight the day, and door 
prizes as well as pmes for high 
scorers will be awarded. 

Proceeds wlU fft to TTie King's 
Dau^ev Chikh^ens Hospital of 
Noifdk. 



iGlreiliy Quits 
GOP Post 

INIA BEAOI ~ Raymond 

t. dreenley, presidoA of ttie >rir- 
la RepuUican As^ml^ Krt>- 
itted his r^ignation from ttiat 
organizatton early this wecic. Be 
said he is resigning b«»use Us 
emp%ef, Ruberoid Co., is trai»- 
faring hhn to Mobile, Ala. 

His resignation will became ef< 
fective Jan. 1, 1966. 

Greenly was ii^nnnmital in 
the formati<Mi d the Virgfaiia Ite- 
publican Assembly in the area 
this year. It is made up of Ibcai 
supporters of Barry 6oklw8t«r tor 
presicfait in 1964. 

GreelQr b i^so a inaid)er d th^ 
Vta-giDia B^di R^nblkrui Qty 
Qnnmittee and a vk» chairmai 
of the m DKtrict RbpuUkai Com- 
naittee. 



BSy Shore GO 

VIRGINIA BEACH - B» Mf 
Shore Q0^m Club heMva «oEk- 
shop meeting la^ we^ i^ ^0^ 
E^»isc(^ Church. Mrs. (ttifitiim 
W. WcnKteH^ vk!e prelkkspt, ^ 
skied over the nKeting. M 

Mrs. C. W. Jemi^ aiki lib's. 
John Law Jr. d the Ato^ion Gar* 
den Club spoke on "1^ hxt d 
Japanese Flower Arrangdnent." 
Both speakers h«i traced «- 
tensively in Japan and had tf^^^ 
«i classes in flower arrangemei^. 
They related many k^resting as- 
pects d this art. 

Mrs. John S. Matthews and lifrs. 
James H. Van Loon were hostoses 
for the inf(»inal luncheon whk^i 
loiiowed the meetmg. i; 

Blue ribbons lor arrangem^rts 
were won by Mrs. Maurice Jack- 
son, Mrs. A. Jarrett; Mrs. VtltUttn 
Kidder, Mrs. Matthews, Bdrs. W. 
P. Rudrow. Mrs W. W Walter. 
Mrs Wonunack. Mrs Gilbert Wil- 
son. «d Mrs. VuliOMi. 



K of C 





VIRGINIA BEACH - A Cqoa- 
memi^ative ceronony wiM be h^ 
by the Father Nididas J. Hab^ 
Council. 4632, Kni^its ot Cot^n- 
bus. tor the dcceaiBd manbors of 
the cftindL 

The ceremaqr will be heki Sun- 
(toy. Novw^ier 7, at 3 f Jn. In the 
CouncU Hall, 235 First Coloqial 
Head, Oceana. 

All monbers and tbar wives 
are encouraged to attaui. 

iNhretiiments are to be servKi 
after the c^^non^. 



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my work theft Fn jibi^^le 
take! How do yon liilf %ii^l*'r 



"^m Posters 

^ma^ Hi-Y Md Tl^to^ Week 

lOctobir nmaa0kjmmumfK 

Ibeta Tri-Hi-Y hi cmnSm&Btg a 
campaign to further tte iMrert 
and participatiui d ttie PVW 
^eof^ fi^ the city ia ttewrgn^. 
^jstert are teng ptaoaA m sMp* 
^ are^ achoois mA vmf^tim 
^tmm by Theteia ib atet* W 



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POST OFFICE IMPLO 




Owtca ^ndi bewatt the archway which kads fr«m tile Vvkg rwm 
late the 



Aladdin's Lamp sugge^ the m^c d a tune long ago ... and 
P. P. Owen's Al Bi fti 'a Unp is a tmetire hmae of ai^iques loekkg 
for the pn^)er setting in your hcone. , 

*t>wen had had i^ antique shop in London Bridge for a number ci 

years, but last month he found a lovely old house at R(*foins Comer in 

^Bay«l(ib into whi<± he has moved himself and tU his accunBilatfd 

Imtlques. *^p>r^^ ■ I' / .- I ' " '^^ 

I Wolfing day aid iM^t, he has mitaged tiie furniture i^eoest the 

'^^Bcaware, the cofledon' items, the b(K)ks, the pictures, And aSi other 

par^iieraatia to Aow to its best advantage and to help you, the pur- 

duEKT or die browser, lo find what you are looking/or wi&i a minknum 

foleflort. 

Opening Ae froirt door, you come into Ow lai^ Uvi^ roam. Ttere 



jp^ will m^ man^ thiags <— a dodlile-tufted bv^ent With hKid-<»rved 

'wahiut frione, a metUum-iixe grandfath^ clock of dark wood with sU^ 

.^wd-reeded comen aod ttie <HigliiaI feet, three (M«^rH ^xes ci ix/ftp» 

--Spfie butter k^es (kteal to rtcnre your fireplace k^s! ), an <M walmit 

^i^rter c^inet, wtth original rattail hinges, also an ear^ pine wall 

iiaipboard, a solid sQvor ^sl>a (handtootod), various vases (t^ cran- 

bory, satin Uie boA, etc.), (dd telephone with ringh^ boxes, and 

^mffiiy other lauariat fMi. Guns hang ai various strat^ic points or the 

--wall «¥«* <reiiwl9i. IHe sua room oveiAms with odorful gla^ware 

^and dima, hx^i^i^ nearly ioo pieces of tea leatf kirtre ir«i»t<Hie 

Tboee of you wbo nny bei looking for firit editions or any old books 
v^«itt enjoy toomfaig Ihrou^ Ms WMeay room. He hss the first e<MMos 
' "^(and yfttt mt^ be the onlj boj^) d ^ Ifi^ory of Norfolk C^ia^ by 

^ tpoled brt lwrwi th ^y^mSr^mTlSB coOertkn tt^Sk m Me 
devVL Wttf is etteiN^ve, ss are bcxte covoing other, UstaHcal pertedl. 
.^id diere are noany ol the old cUkfa-oi's books you mi^t Uce your 
children to rewl ((or to rediscover yourself), such m Horat'o A^ger, etc. 
Or Inw ifcoot MUUm's Tkradise Lost' by Bobert Vwa^, illustrated by 
Gufltave Dure. * ' \ $ 

P. P. Owen beome e collectxs- of iffltiques because he eajp^ ^M- 

isag the mmy objects which speak ekxpa^ly, thouj^ silently, of a 

e^ptae gone by. Aral he systematically lowers his {sic^ if a i»ece re- 

pMUBs in te ate^e too tei^. ife wants his tuitiqies to be used and eo- 

ttoyed hi your httoe. 

t He do^ not restore the antiques. Many of them are just as he 

Hmmd tton, biH he hat sanded a portion so you niav see for yourself 
, fwhat may be hiddoi beneaA tami^ or accumuliited layera of paii^ 

tad varnish. 

} You wont see a goiie at Aladdta's Lamp, but maybe, with some 

'Vigorous ntbbing on your purchase, you will discover you have got 
a treasure! 



VIBQIHU BEAOi - TuMday. 
Qiititm IMh. w» Monte djqr tor 
m^mei at ^ VW0^ Beaeh 
pQit OMee. Ite^nal Mrecttr Ai»> 
(toew £. New^n. iMi^BOi^ iNiW* 
^Km and /^ards Ottser B. i. 
M adlgan Md Regianl Sal^ (X- 
fice* 0. L. Gailfl^W. ^^H$«ted 
in tte ceromoiy cottc^ed at the 
Mall Handling Annex *iri^ r^n- 
•mtatives fr«n the snpibiaMi, 



Baltimore Man 
Sentenced 

VIRGIMA BEACXI — Ro^ 
manas ftnrmd, a, ot BaMimore 
nas been sentenced to tvra SO j^ar 
firiaon tssrm \oc the abduction and 
armea roiH>ery dL a Viijinia Beach 

:oiicenian last Decemt>&. 

• 

Circuit Coort Ju<:^ Robot S. 

'ahab convicted Howard after a 
^ort trial last lluirsttey, mid fixed 
we 20-year sentences tp run con- 
currently i^ter, rejecting a plea tw 
leniency. 

Howard has also received a five- 
year pri:»n term fren a Norfolk 
court ftH* attemi^ing to murder po- 
lice ^ficv Julius W. Lamm Dec. 
38. Unan was abducted by How- 
ard and another mn wUle in- 
vestigating a traffic aoddMrt. 

Lanun testified th^ Howard and 
the other man, MoitifiMl as Walter 
Joi^ Sknitfa, to(dc his gun and 
patrol car, drove him to N(H-folk 
and left him handcuffetf^to a fsnce. 
A tHiUet fired by Snnith just mis- 
sed Lffinm's^head. 

Smith, wu} has esc^)ed from 
the Maryland Penitenttey, was 
killed last March when he at- 
tempted to escape from Norfolk 
aty Jail. • * ■ - - 



clMics Md ceriert ta MmUuiai. 
tiatrniitw E. L. %Mn 
oe bcJuMf of mx^mymm 
of the yirgfaua Beach Poet Offlc^ 
a fJa^wei iMeh wm pnMntod i^ 
Ifr. HewtoB . for pm^ tmt in 
Gitxv n tai ttw WaMl^tai Re- 
^ Motpr VeUde Safety ContaA 
during Ibcd yaar IM. 

Ifr. Newton dicn presai ted a 
cotif^to tar a one binufred r^* 
eaot ai ^i e w B Bi e nt award. c(ni> 
furred on tlM pottnuMter and on- 
pk^aes A Virgmia Beodi for their 
cM^peratlve df(»ts in attahdng a 
^artielpatoi nto of one suis**- 
Uon lor each mmkufm (hmng 
FIm^ Yetf nes. 11)6 certitlcate 
wu aec^Aed by Mr. Ross P. Wi- 
|}le, pnt eialrmni ot the Virginia 
Beaa Suffi^B^ aaa Ai 
ConnuHiBe. 

rottowi^ the awards {sreaenta- 
dim, Mr. B. J. Madigan and Mr 
0. L. GailagMr read lettei? of 
cOTMnendation i^ddi were pre- 
se^ed to Pcstoi^^er Sonegti i\ 
Cro'swhlte. Jr., expre^i^ apprd- 
ciatim frt^m the Regkmai Dliw- 
tor, to all emplo)^ of the ¥»• 
gisda Bead) Post Wfice who siq>- 
ported the {Nt^aim making the 
awards pc^dble. 



ViRQinu Beach Sun 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1965 

SKTION I 



cofeaEc^ 

iDlRECtORS I 

WtS'- dectea 
the membershi|i at ^.Virgiua 
Beach Q)iBnber of CoAoiierce for 
three yeM* tomf , tt has beoi an- 
nounced by j a : QMeiai dectirais 
comnittee. i 

The toms of the new directcn^ 
will begin on Jamuuy 1, 1966. 
ThQT win join ; 20 okl dire(^re 
who haw one to two yaaci 19- 
malning ta office. 

the new n)embers of the bcKO'd 
(tf directdrs are A. B. Crews, Bxiy 
DeHart, W. J. Oekker, Charles E 
l-nrbes, J^, Harry Gard, Herboft 
A. Holt, Jr., D., Murray Malbon.' 
John W. McCombs, Robert M. 
Staitfoa and Geca^e W. Vakos. 




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Located at 15U V^mtSS^^mmt r^d. Alad din's Uonp Is epea and waitiarfor j«Mr visit. 



DUtECTORY 
ISSUED 

RICHMOND - Ihe Vir^nia 
State Cbanobo* of Commerce has 
announced the issuance ot thor 
t9(S-1966 Inchi^rial Directory <tf 
Virs^ Manuf^urii^ and Min- 
in|,:;:r^:;:v:Sr33ir3'":"" n*; 

The directory h^todes two new 
sectimi not covered m previous 
teoea. For the fh^ tiflfie the di- 
redixy has a section covering the 
growing fiekl (A Researcn and De- 
velofsnent. The other additun is 
the inclusion of pub^utili^^in- 
peai^, 



Cistela Elected 
TAHB Pres. 

VIRGUmA BEAOI -> Horace A. 
Qatda, of Vfa-^aia Beach, was 
fdeded president of the TidewAter 
Aaiodatioii el Home Builders at 
the aanual m mA e r^ meeting 
on October »th at the LalaveUe 
Yacht Chib. He wiU succeed W. W. 
Itoaaer. 

Ott^ officers and diredM^ 
eterted at that meting mv hsm- 
tf^Ci A. Sandlio and WUUam J. 

Hidl, treasurer; Joseph C. Ad- 
dinf^. Jr., secr^ary; «id the 
foUowing as directws: T. H. (M- 
tow, Willian J. Famey. F. Wayne 
MdLrtfkey, Jr.. Jd)n F. Power, 
G. C. Shoemaker, Millard G. 
amth, Howard M. ^«sberg, and 
K^aieth H. Rely^a. 

Directors v^ have uw year yet 
to sen« M ^rmtai terms sen Ed- 
ward P. Brogan, Stuart Buxbainn, 
David A. Howard, E. Gilbert 
Keene, Jack J. (^n<»)d, and Aus- 
tin ht. Wilkins. 

The new <^ic»s and dh^ecton 
wUi ba .^stalled at tfw annual 
TAHB Proskto)t's BaU to be held 
at the Lafayette Yacht (Mi fd 
Wday erwifflg. November 1^. 
Coi«r«nm«) Thomas N. Downing 
wiil conctoct the installatkm. 



WiUiam 

t^eSt of 



U H^rtwelt 
tedustrial 



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changed for ttia,ii«ii. "We Itt^ 
done a thoroi^; j<4> oi re^^stog 
pace with Vii^iida's conthaied 
economic growth. The directory 
has bea) changed to a more con- 
venient shw and every effwt baa 
bem nude to offer dhvctmV users 
,a publication kleally suited for 
modem tMisuie^ needs." Hnrt^ 
wetl stated. 

The inditftrial diredory is vrtde- 
ly used by busihess firms, i«hi»- 
trial devel<^}meiA ffwxps and 
chanri)a^ of iommenx. Sate 
Chamber staff members use the 
directory «ctensively in their work. 
especially in the riekl ai industrial 
devek^iment. 

Standard sections of tne direc- 
tory ta)dude alphabetKal UsUn^ 
<A products; products classified by 
industries; geographical listings of 
companiM by city; and pn alpha- 
betical classitication givwg conn- 



ses, iHimbffl- of emptoye^ and 
names and titles ot priadpal ex- 
ecutives. 

The State Chtfnber annually 
suppues nKH-e than 2,500 cc^ies of 
the directory to Virginians and to 
interested parties throughout the 
United States. In anticipation ot a 
growing interest and continued in- 
dustrial growth for Virginia., the 
Chamber has prmted the largest 
order of the du-ectwy in its his- 
tory. 



PROCLAMATION 



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WH^ffilAfi, ATJ^tma Lodge 1198, Loyal Order <rf Moose, is sponsor- 
ii^ the fint game of die newly formed vyiieekhaur Baduttall Team, 
who hoioeta^ vSl be known as "Hie Vogmia Rebel Rousoa" repre- 
aeirttag lldew^er hi llie E^ C^>ast Divisim of the Natkmal Wheddudr 
Basketbiil AaaoeiBliai, and 

fl^BBBtS, Ibt gsme wQ! be played at Princess Arme High School 
agaua^ lOBBAas d the Princess Anne badcettiall t^uL 

NOW, THEeETOBE. I, FraiA A. Dusdi, Mayw of the Cfty of Vir- 
ginia Bead), do be^ prodaim 

B^ovember ao, 196S 

i as 



WdSajC^AIR 




DAY 



te«eCifyof VlifiNaBelbh, WffiBm. 
Gi^ nder my hand Aia ZTIh di^ of Octobo-, 1MB. 

y FTak A. Dusci). ibgrar. 



ALL-DAY 
MEETING 

. ASHLAND - A Methodist "Con- 
vocation of Christtffi) ResponaiM* 
hty" has bem called for Novem- 
ber ao at the Ricbmmd Arena by 
Ksbop Watter C. Gum (< the Vir- 
(pma MetlMxUst C(»ferace. 

Some SOOO Methodists from 
(farou^Kwt Vfa-ginia are eaqiected 
to aXbeai the all-day meettag aeA- 
iag a new ai^niktal fw the 
ClHlstian's re^Mnsibility to todq^a 
wocM. 

the maetfa^ will begn ^ 10 a. 
ffl. tuDch will be served ta the 
grounds. 



BE EXTRA 
CAREFUL 

VIRGINIA BEACH-Nlght driv- 
tog calls for that "soroethb^ ex- 
tra" both h) car han<Uh^ skills 
and in observance of safety pre- 
cauttons. 

The words of caution cone from 
the American Insurance Ajso<4a- 
tion, which potote but that the 
death rate per millkm mii« driv- 
en Is abcuA three times 9%ater at 
ni^ than during dqrll^ houn. 

Don't bet your life agatost theae 
statistKS by faUh^ to be extra 
cffi'efid when driving M n^, ttie 
Aasod^rfioi) advisee. libite sure 
your li^Ma and turn signals are 
io propor woridog aidlf , and don't 
tail to uae yoor oialtfli^ nHtdi 
to itvtSB tte ipMV Isr apgniitik- 
ing 



BEACH MAN TRAVELS TO HOUSTON 



VmCINU BEACH - Last week 
one ef tbe r^trt city's up-and- 
comta^ businessmo), Allan Rathen- 
b^ ^wmeyed to Houston to watch 
ttto Gemini-Six mission from Mis- 
sim Qmtrol. 

the |TO*slon was "scrubbed" 
but Hcthei^rg saUl he ei\ioyed 
tne trip anyway. 

You migrt ask why a bu&iiMss- 
man from the teKA was atforded 
aueh a trip? It seems that Rothen- 
betg was Walter Schirra's wsn- 
gnindUig officer when the Astro- 
naut was in Fighter Squadron 71 
fnm) im to 1951 at Quanset 
FHiint. Rotboiberg has correspond- 
ed with Schirra during the inter- 
filing years and was invited to 
^our the Hojston complex by Rab- 
'rt GUnith, Director ot the Man- 
nod Spacecraft Center,, at the urg- 
ing of Schirra. ^ 

Rothenberg left Virginia. Bead) 
Oct. 23 and returned Oct. 2& alter 
toe mission was called off. 

He said the mission was scrut)- 
beo because scia)tists at Houston 
and the Cape believe the primary 
engine of the Agena didn't ignite 
or exf^xled when it did ignite. 
Kotheitfjerg said the mission delay 
would {VDbabiy not set back the 
G«idtf Mom jat^am at alt"*"™" 

Rothenberg was given a special 
tour ot the Mission C(Hitrol Center 
—one not avaitoble to the gena'al 




puMffi. He witnessed a simulated 
GT-6 "hook-up," saw the Lunar 
Excursion Modute "mock-up" and 
went on a Emulated mission in 
uie L. E. M. trainer, the only one 
in the United States. In Rothen- 
berg's words, "I was an astronaut 
for a day — it was the xacOL «• 
citing day <^ my ^e.' ^^"" 

While touring the center he had 
tne pleasure of talking with three 
different a^cmauts: Gordon Coop- 



' WJ' JUIJt¥,.-. 



ANTIQUE SHOHNPENS TODAl 



VIRGINIA BEACH -> The cul- 
mtatttkm of nxmths (A effOTt and 
hard work by the Prfaicess Anne 
Woman's Chib comes to fruitatim 
with the cpoitog of the sev«tth 
annual Antiqtws Show and Sale to^ 
day at the Alan B. ShefMrd Qvic 
Ca)ter. 

SidnQT S. Keltam will be the 
maatar of cersmotdeB official^ 
apatoig tt» event wideii ta achedu-. 
led J^ ran through November 7;' 



gtaUi," «W maie ah omdai vi«t 
Colonial csatuaiad hostesaas^ under 
tile 'd)ahtnaRsh^ of Bfrs. W. y. 
tVtMitman will be on the floor aa- 
sisttog die many visttors expected. 

Forty-five dealers r^resenttag 
twelve states wiU be (n hand dia- 
playing their many valuable items. 
AnKSg those present will be M/M 
A. a Martin of Heatosville. Va.; 
Mrs. Francea Bamberg of Hyatts- 
ville. Maryland; Mrs. H. K. Hol- 
man of Falls C3)urch; Richard' 
Wright's Village Antique Sup of 
Phoenatville, Pa.; Helen and Paul 
£3Bi»wald oi PocooKdK. Mary- 
lapd; Mrs. S. A. Wilson's Pleasant 
Valtey Antiques of Codcsvilte, 
Itoryland. 

Alao Sam and Jeanne Mafx ot 
Whiter Park, Florida; Iffis. For- 
ster Antiques ot Northifle, Michi- 
pn; Arthur Feehira'i^totique 
Shop 



folk; Mr. and, Mrs. Dorell's An- 
tiques of Alk)way, Pa.; Mrs. Es- 
ther a)aiif{U)t's Ant^UM ot Rich- 
mospa-, Bdrs. Leoto tyam of Wood- 
skle A^ues of Ghremvide, N. C; 
Ztop Kayne d NewlM, New Y<m1c:. 
WlUiam Blair Ltd of Rockville, 
Maryland; Fuidc k Griff&h An- 

titfies af Troi^viUe. va.; Mn. 
have he^ the Princes Anne 
IftjffiBl'a jphib to brii« abo^ 
ni^ Mail piAlic facilities such 
H^ «Mci at the Virgiiiia^ 



it is plamed that the mon^ rais- 
ed wiU go toward the buikMi^ of 
the {Mt^posed Atlantic Mental Hy- 
giene Centtf wt^ch will be erected 
near die new General HMpiti^. 
Other civic organizatinis to bi^ 



ftt ttmi the fuhd raising programs 
of tlw Princes Anne Woman's 
Club are Canp Easter Seal, 
scholar^p funds, and the Young 
W«nen's Christiao Association. 

Mrs. J. James Davis is general 
dtaiiman fa- the show and Mrs. 
R. ti, Qk-^ is ^ show advisor 
M^ ieafer ^hairBwn. Other cBm> 
mlttee d)airmen include Mrs. 
Th^p^aa McCory tM sea^tary; 
Mrs. Shermw Bufiis and Mrs. C. 
L. IMrtfibtt^r, t r a aotir e ra ; Oiw. 



B^qpltil. tl)is>eir'SU:niviS^. pi%b; Mrs. T. £ 



Leamitaer, tidc^; Mrs. Edward 
SffiMe, patrmis; Htn. George Ai^ 
(ti^, preiddent and hospitality; 
Mri. David Y. Malbon, decora- 
ttons; Mn. Ben Wtrten, food; «id 
ft|rs. Clareice Seises, program. 



of Jonestown, Pa.; Wm. 

i .4* u*!. . . AA^ ^-^ Ifenderaoo of WUUamil^; 
panics wit hthdr maUing addres- U|^ Martha Gpaham of R^iaboto 



Beach, Del.; Richard Wright's 
Odos k fiids Antiques^ of Potts- 
vllie. Pa.; Mrs. Esther Weisman's 
Aat^ Jewdry of ScraiAffl, Pa. 

Mathas ft Stackhouae of Falls 
Church; Mrs. F. A. Rose ot Ports- 
mouth; Mrs. Stella Mills of Nor- 
Louise Pillett of Washtogton. D 
C; Frank Dickinson of Hmnpton. 

Margaret ft Leo Renz of Nor- 
fOK; Mrs. Edna Taylors Eigh 
Oaks Amiqmn of Norfolk; Mr. and 
Ur$. Hay Glacfcling oi Powmoke, 
Maryland; Howard aiKi Eanes of 
HampKm; Mrs. MelocKe Appenzel- 
ler*s Antiques of Nortolk; Mrs. 
Donald R. Calloway of Green- 
ville, N. C; Mrs. Jelida AUman 
of Glen Mills, Pa.; Mrs. Jean Wat- 
son's Covered Wagon AMIques of 
iireensborq, N. C; Cwbit's An- 
tiqt^ (rf Oiesapaike; Mrs. Jane 
D. Pills of MatiMa Jane Antiques 
of Satuda, Va.; Mrs. Jonica C. 
Mom of Cannon AntiqiKs of 
Aocomac. 

Ate Rich's Antiques of Nof- 
Wki ^Om A^lques of Richnumd; 
Ifiller Anti^es dl ArUngt(m^ Mr. 
and Mrs. Burr Patchell's Old 
Bride AiM^ia of Raldgh, N. C; 
I9mm's Ai^iqiKs ot MiltersviUe, 
Maryland; Robert B. Frederick of 
Womelsctorf, Pa. ana Cs^ Cod, 
Man.; Mhian Youi% of Gwihis- 
boro, UBiae; Qna's A^k|iies d 
Hewlett, N. Y.; Rachel Benson of 
Rooat^ G^i and ^ Glass House 
flf Biwifiide. It t 

neai m«Bgf dealers and ttioae 
wto have ^apU9«d hi the past 




gowned and rea^ to greet the maigr visitors exptected, today through 
Sunday, (staff photo by Pi^blck). ' 




MlaB Unda Henderson, danghto- «f Mrs. Unda HeaiersoD ol mfk- 
Bffy aeei& lidiittig iMyberry. atawb^ry, mi^tneNa. r«a^ iwroi- 



Bated hrta the hmdlciypei eaMPea from Chtrfcahewtey Baiise. llieee 
at the AaOiBea IShew mi Sale. 



ALLAN ROTHENBERB ^ 

er, James McDivitt ana Roger 
Chaffee, one oi the new a^nauQl 
Rothenberg said he talked abqut 
the astronauts particular parto ^ 
the ^ce program. He said Chaf* 
fee will prc^bly be tiie firtt # 
one of the first mo) to the ApcMla 
{vogram, to set foot (m the lunat 
surface. Rothenberg said he doef 
not clahn to be an authortty of 
America's space program but gdl 
this observation from talking wil| 
the three ^»cemen. 

Rothei^berg said the trip to tb| 
moon will take approxanately # 
iUMffs tt^way^ A Satunk-S boostel 
wtU launch the 16-ton mom ^ 
hic^ <L.E.M.) into oiito spaoi. 
He said «i)en the ship r^K^hes tlie 
ouon it will go into a two^iour 
whit around it. Two of tl» threev 
man crew will ^ter Uie Lj:.M.. 
detoch it from tot onniahd 
module and ticDdr<m the moon 
Ito 4ii|«ator mid j^ipnKi- 
Ur dl^eea frm thi 
laiach potot. If^n ttw L£M-t 
lamlib one oT'its Jwe-man emm 
v«ry pM^Ml Olaffee, wiU aim 
eut iml^^Slf^ «xtfice Ml m 
lect sam^ of reek, dart wd ArG 
Tbe LEM-l win Ihea blatt .off^ 
ieaNdug toe landing plalfofm ba- 
toad and hook up with tbe com- 
mand n»dule wUch has bea or* 
Mttog the moon. When the twtf 
astrohai^ r^um to toe commaid 
cajMile ii»y wiU d^ach from the 
LEM aul kKW tor earth. Rothea* 
berg said the c(»nmffiid modide i$, 
abwit the size d ttie codci^ ot m 
large j^-Uno-. The Um WMdd oa 
leu in orbit aromrf the anw*. ^ 
"'Ihis is why tiie Gcmtai-6 vm-, 
•^ was m hiHMrtont," he sakiy 
"It the hook-up can not be act 
OMnpUshcd, the scientists will havt 
to design a new mrthod oi lam^ni; 
on toe mxm's airface," he a4r 
ded, "But tiie Space Admb^t^ 
tton is continutog on the tiiet^ 
that such a hook-up can be d»e." 
"If it (the hook-up) depends^^ 
the human eloneiH, Wal^ (Scto* 
ra) has toe capabilities to dl ^ 
job," Roltenberg sahl. 

RcUiaiterg said GT« wiU al» 
tenpt to fly to hntnirtiMi %itft; 
GT-7 wtoi tile lattffl- is sent iidd 
orbit fo ra 14-day astitmaut em 
durance mission on « aJjoi^ Dae. 
«. GT-6 will be l»nch^ af^msi- 
mately sevai days after GT^ h^ 
put into orbit (a w^ks tinm j| 
iKcded t3 rebuild the launch pad.) 
GT-6 will joui up with GT-7 and 
stay joined up with R for 24 twura 
and then l^um to earth. The e^ 
tire GT-6 mismon wUi be t^p'oxi* 
mately a 48-h<Nn' missi(»). 

Rothenberg sakl, "I fe^ laoamA 
the privite^ was given me to naet 
and talk with the astrcaai^ md 
tcur the Hmtston Manned l^[)ae*» 
craft Center." 

He said be will make Uie trip ttt 
December when Schhrra Witt gs 
into space agato. ^ > 

Rottenberg is a retured U. W/ 
Navy commander and is presaitiy i 
an assi'tont manager wito Anda*- 
son & Sturdwick, stock ma boi|d 
broRera at 3110 Pacific Avenue. 

Wnlle in Uie Navy RothaalM9|^ 
was asmciated wito the "tH^ 
coverer" prc^am, the |K«ak|de to 
the Mercury pn^rni. Be wsiiBed 
on the (Ht^ram WhUe MattJOdtf 
at Pomt Magoo, Caiitaida. 1^ 
Disoivere: series was launched 
from Vandenbeif Air Watce BbiK. 
maki th&e, Rottieii^, wii'ia 
chai^ ef the Pacific i^sle r^f^ 
so his taita^t in Ahicllia'a i^^k^ 
program not only cinaa kma Mi 
friendship wtth W^ Srfttm» M 
from fii^-temd ea^ettaan ta Vat 
Owo ve i er seriea. loMiiriMqi tei 
^Mr Mand^lMlMvy Ml 
the GeaiBisKim Md &^em tm' 
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PrineeM Anne 
Hmf IL Jackson, Paster 
10:00 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :1 o «jn. — Morning Worship 



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METHODIST CHURCH 

Great Neck Road 
L«R*7 Davis, Minister 
9:46 a.n. — Church School 
1 1 :00 «.ilii. — Morning W orship 



TOOTT MEMORIAL 
METHODIST CHURCH 

400 first Colonial Road 
lUv. H. Wark Carry, Pastor 
~4:W ♦.nr.'^Momiinr Worsirip 
ts4SA,Ai. — Church School 
ll:0§«,m. — Morning Worship 
7:80 p.m,— Youth FeUowship 



"UMOONIMIHMI 

uHioisrsmo, Inc. 

# X:ARPETS • UPHOLSTBpIG 

DECORATING SERVICES 

SM9 VlrgiBifi'Roaek Blvd. 

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HAYGOOD MEMORIAL 
METHODIST CHURCH 

4713 Haygood Road 
Mmi F. Dry an. Polar 

9:45 a.rj. — Church School 
11 :00 p m. — Moniing Woniiip 



MARSHAU RAMBLBt INC. 

W« fwviM An Mdns Of Cm 

Itmtf aad I iTast Cars 

SSS Vbiiala BmcIi BonlovaH 

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HAYGOOD METHODIST 
CHURCH 

8149 Bayshore Road 
8 :30 a.m., 9 :4d a.m. and 1 1 :00 

a.m. — Worship Services 
9:46 am. — Church School for 
all age groups 
ll:UOa.m. — Second session of 
Church School for children 
up through 7th grade anu 
adults. 

?:UU p.m.— Methodist Youth 
Fellowship., f 01 young people 
7th, 8th and »th grades in 
Junior High Group and lOth 
grade up tor Senior Group. 
Friends welcomed. 



MAfSTAS FIMIRAL HOME 
vmonnA seach, Virginia 

PHONE 4S»4iai 




aCNOTTS ISLAND 
, . JIETHODIST CHURCH 

"'■'- fiiotts Iriiaid, N.C. 

Robart C. BUck, Minister 
1 H)0 a.m.— Sunday School 
11 :00 a.m. — Worship Servict 






ImArLAKM METHODIST^ 
CHURCH 

ftiore Dr. at Treasure Island 

Drive in Bayside 
Raysoad E. Mmsef, Miaiaiw 
8:30 4k ll:00a.ra. — Worship 

Service 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday School 



CHARITY METHODIST 
QIURCH 

Back Bw^ Viri*aAfc«s 
LesUe E.' GrMei Iniaister 

10:00 a.m. — Chmeh School 
11 .-00 ajwB«<lf cd^^tt Worship 





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a(AL£li METHODIST 
CHURCH 

PrineaiM Anne, Viiv^nia 

Enorjr S. Ellmore, Minister 

10:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

11:00 a.m.'— Church School 

t;SOj^jtt.--Yoq;Ui Fellowship 

COMMUNITY METHODIST 

mumn 

Aerttri t — ««p^p«viUa 
lav. lain L. UklM-, Jr. 

tt4| »aii^— <^totch S^ool 
mBM. itwpftit Wor^p 
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SUI Padfle Ave.— -TabphMM G* Mitt 
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UMa Keck Road * 
1^. iKMer V. Redb^MB 

#1 •jB.'-^ttrck Scho<rf 
l:f9«.Jtt— MomiAg Worriiii 



%0mm» ^mM»iST 

BMO Ylminin feMch BlvC 
««v. C. lUtM Gt«v 
•^•.m.— Enriy WonM^ 
Barvica 
#:46a.tt. — Church School 
tlM ftjtt.— Lata Worship 
BArvicc 
e.^OO p.m.— Youth Fallowship 

MRWll. IKTHODIST 
OIURCM 

I^bieaM AaM 
Roy R. Jadn^ Pastor 

10:00 a.ai. — Mominf Won^p 
11 :00 nJM.^ — Church School 



PLAZA METHODIST 
l^ulCM 

sot 1^ Tmil 
Hw^wt GjHahbs, Pastwr 

9:4f •.n.<*-0i«refa School 
ll:99lua. — Wonhip Service 
7:00p,as.—Youth Fellowuiap 



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ARAQONA BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Now Meeting^ In Louise 
Luxford Eienentary School 

N. C. Cliflea, Paster 
9:46a.ra. — Sunday School 
llH)0*^a.*-Moifiing Wonhip 

?:!• P4I.— -I^ni^ Union 
•{£ rtp^-»«l^iNL Wofship 



Drming ap is always faat Whetlwr if i Ullewi*<a, Vsrd! Gris, a &wi!Un luan 

jsr s muquersde bsl^ shnMt tvcryone of erery aft oyc^i wearing s owtume. It maizes 

us fsel "differeat" ... less restrained and more Ugfatrhearted. Perhaps it's a relief to 

leave our everyday self at iumie for a while. For many of ua, that tired^ wwrriwl ^ m» 

hsiipy lalf M ^ fnaa satiifa^iy Init we seem to be studi with it 

_, Yet oondder this. The burden of self that we eany is wuieoeiasry... and we hav« 
l^n^RginvitatkMitoli^itdowsI One of th« ^099 of fottowng Jesiv k iiu^ we must 
''^eave aeif bdiii^" There is no place ia the Auktian lifo for wmry or woe. because 
tiie logical sequences of faith, in God are contentment and serenity. Yea, thc^xaniest 

, fiis^s&l^vft osOQOSt ^IHIlp4^wflBQ&HnwB9BM- 

ii m t in i iiiiifi II III ? I ' ' II I" ' i ■ '■■ 

Stmrfay Monday Taseday Wsdaesday TlMindsy 
Mieah Like Jelm II CorMUaM Galailsns 

7:7.10 1:74-79 i:i-IS 4:14 4:i-l9 



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Afci rbS THE CHURCH 

Th* Church it Um inatait bdor 
en nrth (or Uw buikiini of dtame- 
Ur and food dtixMiihip. It H I ilan> 
:iMiiiM of ipiritiial valuM. Without a 
' seions Ctavch. bmbv vMnerMr '' 
nor dwIiiUmi am tufMm ttiMi 
art Caur lound NMsm «iijr mnt f 
Wtmm tkoAI iflkaj wtrAm rata- 
brly and MDlwtt ilM Ouircfa. iW 
ar«: (1) For hk mm lokc. U) Fbr 
hJtdiUAon'iaalm. (3) FqrC 
«f Mil 
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Pabiie la tnvftari. 

ST. AB^S 
SPISCC^ATttlMICM 

Kim^t Gnnt Eoftd 

Phone I4|4?S9 
.Rev. L. J. Titflsrr Jvn 
10:00 a.m. — l^iir Cotniiuirtei 

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ST. 

CATHOLK 

644 ittle Ne(*i& 

Phona S^tMl 

Rev. ThoMas m. mmm 

Sunday Masses — 8:11, 9:M| 

10:46, and It KeOtt ta tte 

Church; 11:00 in ftta^eili 

Theatre, 8177 Vli^lkt BmA 

Blvdi 

Confessions — Satarii^ 44 jfM. 

and 7-8 p.m. 



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MOUNT OUVI 

BAPTIST CHUR^ 

L. Warren CSmum, Hutar 

9:30 a.m. — Church S^mI 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Worship 



CARROWjt 
BAPTIST CHUilCH 
Rot. Gary B. Thom|Moa 

9:46 a.m . — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — W orship Service 
6 :45 .m. — Vesper Service 
6:30 p.m. — ^Training Union 
7 :30 p.m. — Evangelistic 
Service i / 



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Country Cured Bacon, HauM A Shouldeit 

Fr^i Fruita, VegetaUaa, 

Oroceiriei A Meata 




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Friday 

tphstiasi 

6:4-11 




Sajwday 
4^10 



11:00 a.m.— Hofy GommunioD and 

Sermon (Fli^ &inday) 
11:00 a.in.— Morning Prayer and 

Smmaa (Sod, 3rd, and 4th Sun- 

4gy») 

9:41 •JB.-Oiurdi School (Sep- 
jmbet-iMOR) (Nursery ttffou^ 

Aduto) 
IA:99 tm-Wedi Day-Hdy Com- 

HiM a.Bi.—11iur8days— Laying <» 
of Httdi , 



fatu K. Ai<>rich, f astor 
9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
10 :44 ium. — Morning W onhip 



TEMPLE EMANUEL 

25th and Baltic, Va. Beach 
Philip PincuB, Rabbi 

7:30 a.m. — Services Mon.-Fri. 
8:15 p.m.— Friday-Sabbath 

Services 
10:00 am.— Saturda,y Sabbaith 

Service 
8^:00 a.m. — Services Sjinday 



OLD DONATION 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

449 Witch Duclc Road, Bay^^ide 
8 :00 a,m.- Holy Communion 
(Except during rector's va- 
cation) 

10:00 Un.— ^Morning Prayer 
and Sermon (rioly Com- 
munion on first Sunday of 
each month.) 



BiMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

2S8 Bowman Road 
Rev. Oiaries R. McGinley, 

8 :00 a.m.— Holy Communion 
10:00«.n. — Holy Communion 

(Ist A 3rd Sunday) 
10:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer 

<2nd A 4th Sunday) 
Church School follows ' the 

10:00 a.m. Service. 
Nursery service i^ available. 



EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(EpiscMal) 
B. Sidney Sanaers, Rector i^ 

8 ;00 a.m. — Holy Communiof ^ 
9 :00 a.m. — Family ServW» 
and Morning Prayer ^' 
(3rd Sunday Holy Com- 
munion) 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Prayer, 
sermon (1st Sunday Holy 
Communion) 



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tf'iRST B^TIST CHURCH 

aeth % tt 9<My Mt4. 

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tl:Wtt|ft«^iV^m Woruhto 
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Eanry S. filhiMri, Mlnirter 
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STAR OF THE SEA 

CATHOLIC CHURCH 

14th St. A Arctic Circle 

Rev. Fraacis V. Bambrick 

MASSES 
Wlnte^--8 :d0, 9 :30, 1 1 :00, 

12:16 
Sunutaer^^(June 1-Labor Day) 

f;00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 

11:00, 12:00 
Holy Days— 6:00, 7:00, 9:00 

and 6:30 p.m, 
Weekdi^, winter — 6:30, 8:45 

bummer, 8:45 a.m. only 
Confessions — 4:00 to 5:dQ and 

7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Saturday 

ST. MATTHEWS 
CATH&IC CHURCH 

1010 &Adm Lane, Va. Beach 
Padmr* <HUra. Father Finrflay 
Summer Masses — 7:30, 9:00, 

10:30 and 12:00 
Conf#88ion each Saturday 4;00 

to 6:00 and 7:00 to 8:00 



EMANUAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

Lynn Shores Drive at Va. Beh. 
Kenneth A, Price, Pastor 

9:10 a.m.— ^Sunday Church 

Schuol 
10:30 a.m. — Worship Service 

(nursery provided) 
6 :30 p.m. — Luther League 



PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

9:30 a.m. — Church School 
Rosemont Road A Plaza Trail 
Wonts J. Miller, Minister 

9:46 a.m. — Sunday «cnool 
11 :00«.m.— Church Service 



LYNNHAVEN 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Village 
Rev. Marion R. Webb, Jr. 

9 :46 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m.— Youth Fellowship 
6:80 p.m. — Pioneer Fellowship 
7 :80 p.m. — Evening Worship 



EALA CHURCH T»F CHRIST 

Creeds, Virginia Bwuth, Va. 
W. T. Weaver, MlaUler 

10:00 a.m.— Bible School 
11:00 a.m.— Mc^iiur Wor^ip 
6 :45 p.m — Youth Program 
7i30 pm — ^Evening Woahi|» 

aiURCH OP CHRIST 

1460 Va. Beach Blvd. Oceana 
Roy N. Wllaoa, Miaiator 

10:00 a.m.— Ba>ie Study 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Wondiip 
7:00 p.m.— Evening Wor^ 

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRUT 

SCIENTIST 
^ 209 - 20th Street 
KH a.m.— SjomU^ Scho«t'*nrn~ 
11 :U0 •m.-^Cfaurch Serv^ 
8^00 #.^.— WediMKlAy 



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HtniU* on A Ed^at t^ 
Fual (MI and Ketoeepe 
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HmscHLon 

BBADQUARIEBS FOR 

BBQNG, COWBOY, MAIOBETIi: 

AND ALL WEAISER TYl^ BOOTS 

Arag eaa Sk^nping Center 

M40 Vii-glata^ftM^ BlvA, 49r.«aaS 



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DuPont Circle,' Bayeide, V&. 
Paul E. MeCuHeath. nil., 
9:46 a.m.— Bible School 
11 :00 ajn. — Morning Wonhip 
7:30 p.n.— Family W^i 
Service 



EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH OF THE 
GOOD SHEPHERD 

1489 Laskin Road 
Rev. Dickson W. Taylor 

8 :aO a.m. — Worship 
9 :80 n.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m — ^Worship 

(Nursery provided) 
6:80 pm. — Luther league 



OUR SAVIOUR'S 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Baylake Pines, Bayside 
Kenneth R. Carbaugh, Pastor 
8: IS a.m.^Worship Service 
9: 45 am.— C!hurcb School 
11:00 a.m.--Worship Service 
(Nursery provided) 



PRINCE OF PEACE 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(Missouri Synod) 

424 Kings Grant Road 

Rev. J. Elmer Medley, Paster 

8:00 a Ji. — Divine Worship 
9:16 a.m. — Sunday School 
and Bible Class. 
lO :30 a.m. — Divine Worship 
Holy Communion — 1st and 3rd 
Sunday. 



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OCEANA CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 
Court Bourn Ed.. Oceaiia 



KINGS GRANT 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

(Now meeting in the King's 

Grant Elementary School) 

liayiaond C. Flitton, Pastor 

9:50*.ra. — Sunday School 

li :0O a.m.--Moaming Worship 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 Ara.«rona Boulevard 
M. Bland Dudley, Miaisttfr 
8 :30 a.m. — Worship A Chueeh 

School 
9:30 a.m. — Worship A Chur^ 
School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship A Chur^ 
School 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Pacific Ave. at 3aiA St. 

John S. Lyles, Pi^er 

Mr. WflUam D. RmmI 

9:46 a.m. — Church School 

11:00 a.m.. — Morning Wonhip 

Nursery Service Provided 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

First St., Glenrock, Norfoft 
E. Crowell Cooleyv Pastor 

9:46 a.m. — Church School 
11 :0OaHm.— Morning WoH^ 
6:30 p.m.— What-Noti 

Fellowship 

6 :30 p.m. — Pioneer P^owship 
6 :30 p.m. — Young Fsopleri 

Fellowship 



CHURCH OP GOD 

620 14th Street 
Bdbby H. Sams, Pastor 

9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
I tiOG a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Worship 



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Laskin Rd., Linkhem Bay 

.ioT. RIekard WoodwarA Faster 

9:46 a.m. — Sunday School • 
11 :00 a.m.— 'Morning Worship 
11 :30 p.m.— Children's Church 

8:00 p.m. — Evening Service 

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Virginia Beach, Va. 
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Virginia Beach Boulevard 

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Rer. S^touol D. Boilor, Jr. 
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H mile past Oceana Air Sth. 
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LT CASTS 
NEW PUY 

VmCIMA BEAOli >• Horace 
Madiams, mwU-tawwn rwUo and 
teievisim personality, and Jane 
Fioning, newcMner to the area, 
will be playing the leads d John 
osd Catherine in the Virginia 
Beacii Uttie Theatres second 
^ow (A the ^aj^, "Silent NigM, 
Londy Ni^it" ^ 

Also to be in ttie cast will be 
Penny Martin and her son Charles, 
June Tomo- and Tcsn A. Eyeriy, 
Jr. U2 Sills wUl direct. 

First fwesented by the Play- 
wnghts Comiwiy at the MoroM» 
TbMtre in htew York in 1^ with 
Bartkara Bel C^des and Hetuy 
FAnaa in the title roles, the Little 
"nteatre has set pxxluction dates 
for December 3, 4, 5, and 10 and 
U at the Courtyard Playhmise on 
•Sevent^nth street, b^we«i At- 
Ivitic and Pacillc avenues. 



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VIRGINU BEACH-With letters 
addre^ed to Sffiita Claus arriving 
at the office to lncr«aed numb^ s. 
P(MtnuHt«> J. T. Crosswhtte, Jr. 
is refninded that it is time to 
Iwnch his 1985 "Mail Early For 
C^riMmas" CMnpalgn. 

The volume ot Christmas mail 
handled by die Virginia Beach 
P(^ Office has increased eacb 
year by leaps and boumda and 
th«% is every iiKUcatim that this 
will be anotfi«- record breakii^ 
year, 'nirmigh the Kccea«sA coop- 
eration of the public during recent 
'Christmas s^iaoiB the Vir^nia 
Beach Pc^ Office has been i^le 
to get all of the Christmas cards 
and packages dispatc^ied and de- 
livered bef«« Christmas Eve. 

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For Christmas" Campaign Uua 



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As a middle-i^ed VirgiaiaB tryta^; to Md |oii to jher yoalh, aM a 
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Marvin (Utmnrng the star* of Uie ^aaley Kramer i^rodncOoa, "Ship 
<rf Fools." Olliers starred lot the Columbia Pktores please baaed en 
the Katt«lBe ^Mi^ Porter novel are SImone Sigmiret, JMe Ferrer, 
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DuMi. Charles Kmrin and iHeha Ruehmann. Stanley fLnunnr |Mro> 
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year is on "MaU iariy! ' "ZIP 
Qxta^^' and Qu'MnMi atan^M. 
Here are a few regulatitms that 
riwuld help you wtth yota- QiriA- 
mas maiUi^ for oversMS. 

The p^'iod October 21 to No- 
vembor 10 has bem desisted 
for the mailing (rf Ctiri^mas par- 
cels by mirface transp(Mtation to 
membo^ oi our Armed Forces 
ovM-seas. For ahtnail parc^ the 
period is December l to D»:»n- 
bm" 10. Greefii^ cards for the 
Armed Forces overseas should be 
mailed within the petMi desig- 
fl^ed fcH- parcels if ttMy are to 
have a reasonable etpe<?taU«i dt 
delivery prbr to ChrMmas. 

The term "Aimed Fwces Ov«^ 
s^s" includes persons of our 
Aimed Forces, n)«i«tfi ot their 
famiUes, and airtlMMrized U.S. eivi^ 
nans cnif^jyed overseas, who re* 
ceive theta* mail throi^ m APO, 
New Yortt. N.Y., Sao Frandico, 
CaUf., or SeatUe, Wash., or Fleet 
Post Office, New York, N.Y., or 
San Francisco, Calif., or Navy 
Post Office, c/o Poatmastw,^ Se- 
atUe, Wash, 

All articl^ ^KMiM be (MCked in 
box» iH wobd, m^al, s^ fib^ 
board, or strong double fM^l co*- 
rugated flberboard. All fibo-board 
boxes shmikl be securely wrapped 
in heavy paper which nnaterlaily 
strengtti«)s the package. Each box 
shoild be well tied w^ a stnmg 
cord. Suffici»t cusfu<mii^ mate- 
rial shouki be used to {X-event any 
rattling or lo<»ening (tf articles 
within the package. Unless tighUy 
filled, bfflces are likely to be 
crushed. A slip showing list (d 
contents and addressee shouki oe 
enclosed in the pared. Fonns 2806 
or 2976-A, Customs Declaration, 
com{rfeted by the soiders are rei- 
quired an parcels to many desti- 
nations . - -rrt- 

Matches il ai kinds and U^ter 
fiuki may not be mailed to over- 
seas mihtary addresses. Cigor- 
^es, other tobacco products, cof- 
fee mi various oUier items are 
pr(M>tted in parcels addressed to 
s(»ne nuiitary post Mku. 

The (kmestic rates of portage 
are aiqtUci^le, aixl poaUige nu^ 
be fully iM'^akl. inma tourta- 
ciass pared post rata are t^t- 
catdBk the lone rate from the 
post office wh«w mi^td to the 
po« effioe tltfoi^ wM^ tt» par- 
cel is addrened wUl be charged. 
Ahrmail articles wei^iii^ not in 
excess of 8 ounces ai« chtfgeaMe 
at the rate ot 8 cenU per ounce; 
those wei^iii^ ova- 8 ounces are 
diar^abie at the rate tt 88 mitt 
for the firat pound mai 80 cants 
for each adcWknal potud or trac- 
ti(Hi of a pouno. 

Addresses mvd be k^bi» and 
(xmpltu, and shouki be pre|»nsd 
by typewr^r or pen Mid ink. AU 
APO numb«-s have been changed 
%o five digits whkh are iitentic»l 
to the ZIP Code. Ihe correct form* 
of oddress fw overseas military 
persoraiel is very impcH'^nt. 




OpMi lUcurd C. 1>avli< Departeient ,tit PMlce, Vlrflwa Bew*r a* 
HitaifcBi «f tite Tith 8essi«B of the FBI Nattonal Academjr, la ahewi^ 
nUif a tttmupMu submadOiie gun ai the FBI FkcaraH ila^e,« 
QUaatfea. VIrgtala. ^ |^ / t 

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WASHINGTON - FBI Director ; represent 39 states, the Di^ict 



graduatran exercises lor members 
ot the flUi Session d tte FBI Na- 
tteul Acattemy wo-e held at 10:30 
a.m., Nov. 3, in Washington, D. C. 

Hie M^nan graduating class was 
addr^sed by the Honwabte W^- 
nw" P. Gullander, President, Na- 
tional Association ot Mamitactur- 
ers; tis Itoiorable James C. Hag- 
erty, Vice President, American 
Broadcastbig - Paramount Thea- 
tres, Inc., who was Press Secre- 
tly to the Presideit during the 
Eiaenhmw Administration; and 
lieutenant Vincent J. Anderson, 
YonkniB Police Deparhnent, Yon- 
kefs, N^ York, Presklent of the 
graduhUng cla». Assistant Attw- 
ney GeAiffal Edwin L. Weisl, Jr., 
awantod the gradi^tes thdr di- 
j^kMnas and Dr. fioward L. R. El- 
son of ttik Natiooal Presbyterian 
(%iflfdi, Washii^ton, D. C. d»> 
UfirMl the invocatun and bepe- 
dwHft w 

R^K^seiMing tiie cream of 
^neHcan taw «nforcen»rt M 
etfiAry innetf the graduates, who 
iaVi eonfieted an iitoisive 
i i W B lve - we^ OMSie of totdnii^. 



PAINFUL CORI 

AMAZIN6 LIQUID 
RaiEVESFAINAS 
IT DISSOLVES CORNSI 

Now remove corns the ftn, Mir mi 
with Freexoo(8. Ui)ut<l FreezoAC le- 
iieves p«ia iiutaoriy. work) below dM 
$k'M Une m dinotve carat awfr in {vM 
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Police, the White House Polu^ 
the United States Air F<Ht;e, tha 
United States Army, and Pua1| 
Rico. Also UKlud^ are nine foa 
eign offices ircm Brazil, Cmiad^ 
East Pakistan, Im, Malaysia, ttw 
R^xiblic of Korea, the Republic 
of the Philii^iDp. Suigi^pare, an^ 
West Pakistan. % 

Mr. Hoover noted that the ^radik 
ates will swell the ranks ol fI^ . 
Natimial Academy Ahmmi to 4881 
men with every state in the Un^ 
ion, the Di8Wctxatr^>hanbl4 
Puerto Rico and mmy foreigl 
countriM represeirted. i 

Mr. HaroU E. CampbeU, Jr« 
Special Agent in OarigR of ttit 
N(Mrfblk OSke of the FBI. sakl ttw 
cjlizeiB of this area have rei^ 
to be ivoud of Ciqitahi Richard cK 
Dav^, VhrgUi B«Kh PcrfKe Dj 
{MHTtment, Viii^nia Beadu VhntaUl 
toe his stKoeMful con^letkn (| 
tha4SKJAMP°^ Aca^my «Wfi| 

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Concert 



NORl^OLK — tlw Old Dcnninion 
tM^ DifMrCmeitt of Mmic wiM 
pkaiiA D(8iak[ Hatch, violinist hi 
rwiil Frklay, at 8:15 P.M. in the 
I^bes UtH^ry Assembly HalL 

ifee program will hidude the 
VioUn COMerte in A Major by Mo- 
salt, Bach's tna?rampanied Par- 
tita > E Major. '-'\ the Mendels- 
sotal OoncKto in '^ ^fibor. v- 

IdMch is a member of the musk; 
tactdty at Hampton It»titute. 

.He was violin soloi^ with the 
(M D(«uni(m Coitege i^ptii»gi| 
last spring, playing the 'Lak> 
Symphonic Eq;>agnole. 

AconittMUiying Hatch will be bh 
wlte. SaUy, w^ wiU also pertcHm 
9 piano solo, J^u D'Em, by 
jftavel. 

tile {rogram is tree and the 
pvaWc is taivited. 






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VIRGINU BEACH - The Vrf 
ginia BwKiivCivtt Owrtw, <Brtt* ^ 
ed by Charles OHv«>, fflmomcea I 
p«*ffmance of its major ch^c^ 
work of the season, "A Germae 
Requ^n," by J^mnes n*alrfn^ 
To be performed on Sunday eveaT 
tag, Novwnbe- 14, the "Requia^ 
is sung as a c<Mnmem<nt^l(n*^ 
ttie menxnriid ^veh on NOv«MR| 
11th to the d^Kl of the Aimm 
Forces. I 

The WMTd "recpitan" meaot 
"r^," and is the flrst wwd ft 
the traditioial mms Iw tlie deaa 
' The nntsk^ r»]idan term ha| 
been liberallv us«l by the gre« 
conposers. Most of the f^HOMll 
and pqnilar examples of fiie re- 
quiem mass, almmt all dsmpoa^ 
in the nineteei^ cffltury. are ndt 
!njit8ble ior use in church se r vic a ^ 
Thev are concert pieces, insphrel 
mo«!tly by personal l^ses, an| 
composed because iim vnamai 
genius of the Vmposer -cht^e tii 
requwm as an expresskm of griefi' 

Two years ago, the Civic Chonal 
was u) preparatiMi Im a p^oi^, 
ance of the Requifan of Faura 
whoi the November 22nd tragedf 
put the OMKert hi p(dgna!H pei<» 
spective. So it is with special re4 
r«)ce that the Qiorus p r cfMB r ea 
this year's grander ^KkMnrtur, ^ 
tribute to this UKsntMal seaoort 
niis {m^xmdly movmg <AmtA sef 
ting was inspired by the death of 
Brahm's motha-, and (bSen 
mo^ masses in that he wrote 
..r his native Germfm lanpag 
to a text compiled from the Bibl^ 
This is in contrast to the usual set 
Latui tact. | 

for his nathre Gom^m languafi 
sung in the tovely English tran^ 
tion. « 

Known nuunly m the ^ri^itor 
its gala muacai comedy pertofnH 
anc^, such as list year's "SbtmH 
Boat'". "Carousel" of the y««| 
before and "The Merry Wtdov" ij 
1963. the Qmvus has aln p0t 
f oimed a concert wor kin ttie U^ 
Those who have enjoyed Hx t^B/t^ 
er spring ^aged {HtxtottsMI 
might do well to heiff the dttiel 
facets oi the taknts of ttis gw^ 

The f aU concert & the Qnrtf^ 
ch^c cootrtbi^n to* ttie wMi 
with tte dbrectn-, meoBa^utta^ 
soloi^ Mid dioral n^ea tM d^ 
ragtag ttefr tirieata to i^ iHib^ 
li» to the mxmcM dhnete of Vtit 
gutia BeMh. 

The poUlc to cBgmm tnttid te 
att»id Ihis coneePi at Oi^a ^ 

• ^JB^OB Sua^ MMHBiir M. 



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aS l|. imrm tt us is Han^ 
U iB^tfer. W I, pUI of Fmbmc 

ibM nUi. Inc.. M Eari W 
VoiW 41 us. tot 49. i>Mt of Home- 
Hettf im 1: tax l»-1S^ 

SMb C. Ha^r et is to Carr;tli 
V. Ym^. tot 14, block D, plat 
flf FfML O'WoMb sM. 1: tax 9M 7S. 

^mey FYederick AreoM et ax to 
puaM OMvtf FtacA et in. M Z7. 
Woi* « piat of Aragona ViUage 
aac. t; t«x l».70. 

Lfn CoMbuctioB OoniMUiy et 
tia to l^aek U Wl^aiiis, Jr., et 
actotttandpartoftouaAaad 
H, bksA J. plat flf UUtop Manor: 

lax ^m. 

Jolo p. Lanttrt et ux to Loiils 
Ban^ Oard^ Jr., et ux. lot 2«, 
I^ of KiBg9 Gram aec. 3; tax 
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Clai*-Whitd»Ul Corporation to 
Boyce Bu^ Webb et ux. lot 6. 
block 1, plat of Princess Anne 
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Home Realty Cwnpai^, Inc.. to 
Osakey Rabiwata- et ux, lot 39, 
plat of Inc^ao River Estates sec. 
1; tax $23.25. 

WilUan Henry Joddia to Wal- 
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(K J. W. Bonney, tax $20JS. 

R W. Webb to Fenttn E. Pnast. 
*•., et ux, parcel A, pli* (rf pro- 
perty of R. W. Webb, Lynnbaven 
Borwgb; tax $33.45. 

AnnoD Reatty Corpt^^im to 
DMotiyr P. WUson, W 19. block 
36. plat of Pembroke Maaw #«. 
4; tax $30.90. "' 

B ft S Realty Cranpany. Inc., to 
CharlM W. WrigM et ux. lot 18, 
btodc E, i^M of Birdiwood Uar- 
dtaas aec. 5; tu $32Jt. 

fc Chartoa Oirlage «t Tir to 
liiybei^. Inc.. 133.5 acres, plat 
«t {xnperfy ot F, P. Whiteburet; 
tax $102.48. 

flalbnark ComtriK^on Corp. to 
Bj^roond E. Hi^sn^b. lot 21. 
i^osk F, plat ^ Huntin^im kc. 2; 

tax$25-ao. 

Annm Realty Owp. to Jofui H^. 
Sunpson. U, et ux, M i. Wock 39. 
plat <3i I^rabn^ MancH' sec. 4; 
tlK f&K. 

jyQMD Rally Corp. to Pulton 
ftaiMn Twreyvsa, Jr., ^ ux. Krt 
m: VtotA 42, plat of Panbrote 
Manor sec. 4; ttx ».%.,*.,. 

PM jfteaU^ fimanOBA to 
p<^ 13«ard l^mslt et ux. ^t 30, 
tiiSdt ^, plat <A P&mtonki ibno" 
•e. 3; tax $I3J5. 

Mmm RnHy Cmpwation to 
Praaea Jotai IfiUer et ux, lot 14. 
^lodK W, plat of Panl»*oke Maix»- 
aee; 4; tax $22J0. 

Cnig L. SUngtaifi et ux to Joon 
% Sy« et ux, site $3 and part ^ 
aMe 6, pM of Nortb Linkhom 
i*mk; ttt $». 

IBM Bum (^»Btnictto9 Coo^tany 
)«.. to Frederick H«tert CUne 
^ ux. tot 12, block A, plat d Prin- 
oaaa Asm Piaau sec. IS; tax $21.fi. 

Vk^ma G^&mm Slastm to Henry 
Ndtalas PrUlaouus. Jr., ti ux, 
tats 10. 13. block 24. plat of Cape 
J^ SPf y sec. 6: tax $18.^. 

yen CorporaUon to H. Ra^ifa 
Heodra et ux. lot S. block N, plat 
ef PMOt O'Wooda aec. l; tax 
IKJO. 

DomU Sbs^sm Jordan ^ ux to 
WUIard Edwfrd Bussard ^ ux. lot 
I, UodE 11, pi^ of EManvHid Spring 
Hemea; tax $17J5. 

V^ Vidor Wluckien ^ ux to 
'jQmnan F. Dormirel Jr., et ux, 
it S. btock F. plat et Bay Colony 
mc. t; tax $33.11. 

Storeline Co^iwi^on to William 
ft Meactor et ux, lot 17. block C, 
plat of Lake Smith Terrace sec 
M tax $asjs. \ 

MetvUle Corpo-^on to Alien 
.CtfveitipyK ^ uxr lot 19, btock E. 



Eddte E. {toward et la to Fred 
tf . Jordan et ux, part o( 'itact t, 
ilat df Woodlawn Wmemi Ua 

Lau^ 3. Hulse et vir to HaroU 
HiOse # ux, stte 9, pbtf ot Lynr- 
wotkH see. 4; tax |1& 

Dirtil T. Couipn. it.,M m to 
Ira 8. BaO ct ux. lot I, block 36. 
{^ of Arrowbead me. 9; tax 
$26. u. 

W. J. Driv^ et al to Gerato J. 
(tnim et lo. tot 11. btodc IS, plat 
of Prnceas Aime PUmt see. ii; 
tax $17.70. 

George B. Smith et ux to itoy 
F. Mme ct ux, atte i^ plat ot 
LAur^wood; taoc $1$. 

Robert James Smith et ux to 
En^ G. Qilbertson ^ ux. krt 7. 
bto(A 15. pIM (tf Fea^Koke Manor 
aec. 1; tax^ $31.11. _ 

James ESNrvd WMnnSusr-to 
George F. Darden, Jr., I8.63d 
acres. plM d Great Neck; tax $60. 

HusaeU P. Fary et ux to Richard 
Eugene Town et ux. lot 7. block 
D, plat of Aragona VUlage sec. 5; 
tax $21. 

Ral^ Lee Cstey et ux to Ran- 
dall C. Vaimoy et ux, lot 37, plat 
cf Boulevard Man(»-; tax $20 40. 

Howard Ray Grayson et ux to 
Larry ML Rufin «t ux, parcel- 
new Courtbnise Acres; tax $23.40. 

Larastn Realty Corpwation to 
Larry Alvin Sivettus et urt, lot 24.. 
bloci 60, plat of Aragona Village 
sec. 7; tax $17.25. 

3ell Haven Properties, Inc., to 
Richo, Inc., lots 22, 27, 29, 32. 33. 
34. 36. 40. 42 43, 45, plat Of BeU 
Haven; tax $43.20. 

Albert Bamaby et ux to Roy T. 
Higgins, M 1. pM of Larkspur, 
sec. 1; tax $3^:10. 

Paul S. Coffman et ux to Robert 
H. Branawein et ux, lot 14, block 
1, plat of Pembroke Manor sec. 1; 
tax $21.75. 

Chester A. Bamfortti rt ais to 
James M. Dawson et ux, 1<^ ?3, 
plat of Kempsville Heights see. 3, 
tax $25.35. ._ l_.^ 

James A. Murphy, Jr., et als to 
Shell Oil Cwnpany, parcel, near 
Diamond Springs; tax $2£. * 

iUdg^iekl Corporatkm to Koi- 
neth R. Karr et ux, tot 18. block 
20. pl£^ <d Arrowhead sep. S; lax 
$30J0. 

iUdgefttd QN*poratk)n to DaUaa 
R. Diveibiss et ux. lot 18, block 
24. ^sA of Arrm^iead lec. S; tax 
$30.60. • ■ ' --'^--'^-^'-■^s^^^-' 

Clark-WhiteJiifl OerperaUoQ to 
Dooirid L. Bi^chelor ^ ux, lot 11. 
btodi 6. i^t of Princess Amw 
Plaza sec. 14; tax tXiM. 

Home Realty Q^pany, Inc.. lo 
WlUiaiA F. Coaldiy et ux. tot il, 
(riat of Gmttenwood Park; tax 
$28.». 

Clark-Wbk^U C(Hi;»raUao to 
Ftoyd E. Kimin»- et ux, tot H, 
block 4, i^ of Princes Ajme 
Plaza, sec. 14; tax $22.30. 

Claud F. Hewitt et ux to W I- 
tlam C. Card et ux, ^s 56, 57. 
plat of Lakewood; tax $18.'^. 

Donato G. Watson ^ ux to Tim- 
otny Followell et ux. tot 22. block 
J, plat of Point 0' Woods sec. 2; 
tax $27. 

&-oad Bay Island Corporation 
to WiUiam G. Andrews. Jr., et ux. 
site 1, plat of Bay IslaiKl sec. 3; 
tax $15.75. 

Andrew Gr^ et ux to Donald 
S. Jordan ^ ux, lot 8. btock 12, 
pfa^ ot DiWMKXi Spring H(xnes; 
tax $^.50. 

W. W. Colonna to Wibner L. 
Branch et al, . 41 acres, plat pt 
Pungo Borough; tax $37.50. 
R. King Truitt et ux to James 

C. Barnes et ux.. part of lots 4, 5. 

block 8. plat of New Virginia 

Beach Corporation; tax $49.50. 
Eleanor Cartwigfrt ^ vir to 

Victor J. Bealble, Jr.. et ux, 2 par- 
cels—near Dam Neck; tax $22.50. 
Church Con^ructiwi Compai^. 



Inc.. to Geoige Davis it o^ tot tf Prtnem Aane Piaxa see. i; t« 



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$8. blodc B, pUl of Gnat Neck 
Estates t/K. 5; tax $36.58. 

fibirlean Corpwrattoo to Junsam 
Coo^ruction C<rp., toU 14B. 
bkxA 12. tot 1, btock 18. k^ I-IO. 
plat of Princess Anae Ptooa sec. 
8; tax $153. 

C. D. U.. Inc.. to Htatert Al- 
bert Fockler et ux, lot 14. btock 
4, plat of Princess Anne Plaza sec. 
10; tax ^1.60. 

C. D. U.. Inc.. to Joseph L. 
Rotter et ux. lot 22, btock 4, pUt 
of Prince Anne I^asa sec. 10; 
tax $21. 

S and V, Inc.. to Jolffl H. Arthur 
Jr.. et ux. tot 14. btock I. plat of 
Birchwood Gardens sec. S; tax 
$Z3.^. 

George E. Milttor et ux to Puno 
C&np(ffaikm, parcel — Itonxmll«! 
B<u-ough; tax $28.%. 

BiU £. Earnhardt et ux to iCari 
P. I lKa nas eA wt, tot 4, fetodi«r 
plat of Aragona VUlage; tax $2045 

Marguerite R. Williams to 
Grac^ McGuire et ux, lot 10. plat 
oi Acredale sec. 2; tax $15. 

Clarwjce C. Boggs, Jr., ^ ux to 
Joe D. Smith et ux, tot 9. block 
3. plat ot Princes Anne Plazi) 
sec. 11; tax $22.95. 

Henri Berfran Owse et ux to 
Josepn D. Deal et als. lot 24. plat 
of Aragona Acres; tax $43.50. 

Milton * Gorham et ux to CUn- 
nie F. Boggs et ux, lot 6. block 
47, plat of Princes Anne Plaza 
■ec. 5; tax $21.45. 

Jack F. O'Hara et ux to Pro- 
perty ^yws. Inc., tot 10, block 
a, plat of Mrchwood Gardois sec 
3; tax $24.90. ^ ^-^^j-~^ — 

MelvUle Corpwation to Thwnas 
L. Weikel et ux. lot 14, block E. 
plat of Point O'Woods sec. 3; tax 
$23.70. 

Bell Corporation to Percival 
Leonard Longworth, Jr.. et ux, k^ 
14. block M, plat of Point O'Woods 
sec. 1; tax. ^.20. ^^^.L^:^. 

Edward F. Donnelly, ^ it ux 
to Robert G. Raylw et ux, lot 12, 
btock H, plat (tf Carolanne Farm 
sec. 1; tax $23.70. 

William A. MitcheU efTBTlB 
Dtmald R. Winslow ^ ux, UH 155, 
piM (d Wesbnoreland Estates, sec. 
1; tax $22.35. 

Pra^m B. ^hridgfr-^^ia^ao 
Walter M. Smith et ux. lot 38. pli* 
d I^onbavea Colony aec 2i.U» 

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John W. Minnick d mc to Pa* 
llicta Cmrrtl Bri^. 1<A 9, block 
J. plat of Point O'Woods sec. 3; 
tax $36.85. 

Eddie C. Robertson et ux to 
^^allace Harold Soyck et uv. lot 10 
block 45, plat of Aragona Village; 
tax $18.90. 

Come Realty Corporatira ^ als 
to Joee(^ Mathias Ring et ux. tot 
105. plat (rf Lakeville Estates sec. 
3; tax $21.60. 

C. D. U., Inc., to Heath F. 
Uontz et ux, kH 5, t^ock 4, plat 
of Princess Anne Plaza sec. 10; 
tax $23J5. * 

Anne Ambrpiso Wills et vir to 
Clara Marie Umpblett, lot 12. 
block 47. plat of Princess Anne 
Plaza sec. 5; tax $21.15. 

Thomas A. Gillette, Jr.. et al to 
Administrator of Veterans Affairs, 
lot 28, plat of Amphibious Manor; 
tax $18.50. 

^WiUiam E. Brock et ux to Jos- 
eph E. Myers. Jr.. et ux. lot 5. 
block 14. pl^t of Pocahontas Vil- 
lage; tax $18.90. 

Vincie A. Purifoy to Jabn W. 
Kellam et ux, parcel— plat of 

(Conpsville Borough; tax $39. 
Raymond Acosta et ux to Ernest 

A. Fl(^d et ux. lot 30. block 7. plat 

of Diamond Sprfng Homes; tax 

$21.30. 
Richard Howard Fisher et ux to 

Warren-Siebert-F^age. Inc.. lot 52. 

plat of Bell Haven; tax $17.70. 
James Morales et ux to Joseph 

A. Moore et ux, lot 5, bkx:k 13, 

plat of Pembroke Manor sec. 1; 

tax $22.20. 
Clarabelie Caruana to Robert L. 

afoebm ^ ux, lot 8, block 3, plat 



$37.01. 

Bevlee W. Csita* «t vir to El- 
bert R. Puaasfl at ux, lot 4, plat 
of MIcbaelwood; to, $Bt.9S. 

Truii L. I^iyior, ^r.. « la to 
DurwMd A. Pk-Uqb. Jr.. et ux. 
tot 11$, plat d Pair Meadows; tax 

$34. 

Lacy C. Ansril. Sr. at ib to 
Robert A. Taytor, Jr., et ux. tot 
4. ptat of Acredale sec. B; tax 
$M.45. 

Point<0-Vtow. Inc.. to Rrado^ri) 
P. Parker et ux, lot .14. btock 1. 
plat of Poiat^View sec. 1; tax 
$37.50. 

PoiidO-Vtew. Inc., to Rando^ 
P. Parte- et ux. lot IS, block 1, 
plat <d Point^Vtow sec. 1; tax 

$37.59. 

Jowph M. Quinh, Jr., et ux to 
Willimn A. Key ^ ux. tot 11. 
olock 14, pIM of Pnm^ss Aime 
Plaza aec. 8; tax $3 2 8 . 



Ethel F. OUinger to Nathan Carl 
Barefoot, Jr., tot 5. block 10, plat 
of Cape Henry sec. D; tax $M.75. 

TarpoQ CofporattoB to ftaakba 
G. "nicker et ux, lot $, btodt ». 
plat (d Arrowhead sec. 1; tax 
$2t.30. 

Carotomie Homes, be., to Doo-" 
aid J. Lamenrtnla et ux. tot 4. 
block GO. plat (rf C^rolansie Fsrm 
sec. 5; tax $3S.8S. 

NapoUtano Reaify Corp. to John 
D. Conroy et ux. ktf 10. tMock 37. 
plat (A Pembroke Manor sec. 4; 
tax 13175. 

Easter^Realty Corp. to Ktitb 
Ridi»td Bertha et ux, tot 17, btock 
37. plat of P«ato)ke Manm- sec. 
4; tax $S.4B. 

Edwin W. Hand et ux to Ford 
Motor Coin|»ny, tot 22, btodt N, 
plat of Li^e Sboees sec. 5; tax 
$4010. 

John R. Brodc et ux to Marvin 
T. Ria^Kn ^ la. site 332, ptot of 
Tnorou^good sec. 1; tax $S0. 

EUna ^ ga to a ^ j km ^Coip. to Louise 
LucMftH^lR parcel-plat of 
Lynnbaven Borough; tax ^.70. 

Thomas E. Walton et ux to Le- 
rak Investment Corporatton. 4 
parcels — plat of Princess Anne 
Borough; tax $195.15. 

I. S. Schwartz et ux to Le^er 
C. Tindall et ux, lot 5, pM.of 
Bradford Terrace .'MCi-Hb' tax 
$18,'^. 

- Bobt^ ^ay .Laotor ei ux to 
Rhinebart ppy JUgman et ux, 
tot 2, bto cfcij i fe^p tot of Aragona 
Village sec. 6; tax pi$i. 

Ch^rl^ E- Mclfane ^ ux to 
Shafer Donald Case, Jr., ef ux, lot 
18. biodf P.^i^fli Udie Shores 
sec. 4; tax $».29. ^ 



Robert A. Kitaner at ux to John 
W. LaaMer et ux.,tot 5. Mock SB, 
pJat of Vir^a Bt^h 
m«tt Ooi^pai^ No. 6: tax $18.30. 

P. W. Aekte at n to Albert J. 
l^ Loode et ux, lot s, plat of Bar- 
tow Helgbts; tax $IMI. 

Heiman Htittl^ Jr., et al to 
Johnato E. St^fmon, tot 1, btock 
10, plat <d Priac^ Ame Plna 
sec. 11; tax $9JS. 

Louise B. FusaeU et vir to Lee 
A. Carlisle et ta. tot 96, plat of 
Acredato sec. 7; tax $26.40. 

Ken^wvUto Devekq;«M^ Corpor- 
ation to Rob^ B. ^orms et ux. 
lot 5, btock J. plat ot Hunttogtoo 
sec. 2; tax $31.30. 

C. F. KadM et ux to W. Shep- 
herd IH%wry, Jr., et als. parcel, 
plat <rf Oceana: tax $13. 

Jwdr L ee S i ^ e t ux to Warrw 
Cot! Maas^ et ux, krt 95, plat of 
AcTedate sec. 7; tax $25.20.' 

Ronald M. Maratea ft ux to 

Jwm Carroll HaM et ux, tot 6, 
btodc C. plat (rf Birchwood Gar- 
dsM me. 3; tax $M.4S. 

Hallmark C«atructioo Ccht- to 
Hobert 9. Mai^ et ux, tot 8, 
block L, plat of Huntington sec. 
2; tax m-tk 




We cn^e Floon, tiial ^ 
tl^pilsk room! la fc««ij|- 
nem, ^pf. thesa Iwf^ 
asUy Milfned Unoleon 
W)oMu eoafer smart, eolor- 
eontrast diitinction wfcich no 
other floor treatnieQl can 
nateb. '^.oUws, motilb — 
"Chartctorr* in a word — 
that give long-lived service, 
at taraerate first-cost! May 
we give you an (estimate? 

J. C. Law & Sons 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 
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Bernard L. Long et uMg Wal- 
ter a wm et m, lu 3. bio«^^ 

plat of Aragona Vill^ sec. 8; 
tax 



Juiua B. Umm at ux to Sd- 
wanl L. Baeves et ux, part d 
Tract C. plM of Cbesapeake 
Beach; tax $15.75. 

Josqib L. Ctmboy et ux to Byron 
D. McArthur et ux, lot 10, plat <^ 
Woodstock EstMes; tax $%.70. 

Shelah Monroe Dickens, Jr.. ^ 
ux to Jerry P. Birge rt ux, l(rt 7. 
plat of Indian River Village sec. 
1; tax $19.50. 

Robert Edward Richter ^ qc to 
Austin ^enry Tlerney et ux, lot 8, 
block 5, pli^ oi Aragona Village 
sec. 12; tax $83.19. 



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1«>Y TAYLOR. Plaintitf . 

JUDrm TAYLOR, D^axlaot 
Tte dbject of this suit is to ot>- 
tain a divorce a o^osa et thtxnt 
to te \tieF m«-ged ii^ a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii fnxn tte said 
O^oidam, nipoD 
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ten (M) days Ma <toe prilriitt- 
tioB teraef. and do irtMt miqf te 
oeceaaiy to protect ha iMsraif 
in MdiBait. 

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Defaxtent. " * ''~~ 

Tte object of this suH U to ot>- 
tain a divorce a vincuk) matri- 
mtmii from tte saU d^efxtest. up- 
on tte 0^unds of desertlim. And 
an affidavit tevlng been made and 
filed that ttw drimdam ie a non- 
resid^ of tte State qI Vii^tnia. 
tte last known post office addrw 
teing: 3068 Parkwood Boulevard, 
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cuit Court of the Oty of S^T0ii» 
Beadi on tte 37th day of Odtiim, 
1965. 
STATE HIGHWAY C0MMISSIGS4- 

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IN CHANdlRY 
WLk Mm, MOBaAN. C. M. 
MORGAN. NAOMI MORGAN. 
and CLARiENCS WSBOm, 
m Bir<b)^ Read 
Vin^ua Beach. Vlr^tOa. 
aid liia lurvMng flpaoam X aair. 
next of kio, heirs at taw, <k- 
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sons havhig an kits^Bt a iw re- 
main of ENOOH MORGAN, 
BESSIE WmCAH. and of any 
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vate omxl^ knows as "Mor- 
gaa Ccawtery,'" kicked Mar 
M(»van's Lane, Virginia Beach. 
Virgoia, tte names of which 
p«raoas being unknown, and are 
her^ proceeded a^unct aa 
"Parties Unknown." 
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BAYSIDE BAPTISr 
CHURCH 

1480 Pleaetire Hoase Rd. 
JaUM V. DePoo, Pastor 

8 :20 a.m. — Worahip S«rvice 
11:00 a jn. — Worship Service 
9:20 A 10:10 ».m. Sunday 
Scliool „ _, 

8:00 p.m. — Evening Service 

PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

245 Roeemont Boad 
Rov. Malvi* Huffko^ Pastor 

11:00 A 7:80p.m.-«Wonliip 
Service* 

9:30a.n. — Simdjiy School 
6:15 p.m- — Training Union 

BEACHLAWN BAPTIST 

CHURCH 

9th A Med. Ave. 

A cooperating Southern Bapist 

Church 
Geergo WoUott. Jr., Miaittor 
Phone 428-2U04 
9 :4Ba.m.— Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning S^»rvica 
6 :80 p.m. — Training Union 
7:80 p.m. — Evening Service 
7:8ep.m. — Wed. Prayer 
Seifvice 



1 1:00 a Jn.— Molding WowUp 
6 :80 p.m. — Timlning Union 
7:80 p.m. — Evening Worship 

FREEWILL BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

In Princess, Virginift Beach 
U18 OCEANA BOULEVARD 
^ Station on right 
_. 'fiJ. Tiaflo, Pastor 

9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:45 a.m. — Worship Service. 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Service 



KEMPSVILLE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

7120 KempsvlUe l^oad 
A. D. Motoat, PaMoir 
t^iftm. — Sunday School 
ll:00a.i&— Morning Wonhis 
8:00p.m^-r&UNltet Worship 




tYNN 

Va. T^clJ^Blvd. id^^te 
Princess Anne High SchoM 

Rcp. lUbMi N. WaUawo 
8:80 a.m. — ^Mpraintf Woruk^ 
9 :30 a.m. — #an^ Scho<4 
1 1 :00 a.m — Mommg Worsiu? 



FIMT COLONIAL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

929 First Colonial Eoa4 
Gomge T. StaWag** PaMer 

9 :46 a.m.-^Sunilii^ School 
10:00 a.m. — Moriing Worshly 
6:80 p.m. — Training Union 
7 :30 p.m. — Evening Worrt^ 
7:80p.m.^ili<l-Week servi^, 
Weonesda; 



FELLOWSHIP BAPTIst 
CHURCH 

419 Glenroek Road, NorfoQc 

Rot. Charlo* T. Hoadrkka 
9:45a.m.< — Church Sdi^ 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Mtnrning ' Won^ip 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Wor^lip^ 



FAITH lArnST CHUUCH 

6818 Va, Beach Blvd., Norfolk 
Fvod M. Farias, Paster 
9:45 a.m.— -Sanday School 

11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
6 :30 pjn.p-4'eUovriiip Hour 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Services 

GRACE BRETHUPN 
CHURCH 

Great Neck at Hilltop 
A. Harold Ar«i«gtea. Pastor 

10:00 a.m.-^unday School 
n :00 am.— Worswp Service 
7:30 |p.m. — Evening Service 

MOUNT OLIVE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rav. T. M. Walker, Pastor 

9:30 a.m. — CnurcK School 
1 1:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m.— Evenii* Worriiip 

OAK GROVE RACIST 

ciyRCH 

Back Bay, Vli^inia 
iUvto St. Clelir, Pastor 
8 :45 a.m. — Chnrch 



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GREGORY THE GRE4T 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

7271 Virginia BMch Blvd 

Rot. FlaTJM Yaltak*„ OAA 

RaT. Pasdui Kaoip 0.8.^. 

Masses— 6:30. 8i00, 9:80» 

11:00 and 12:;tO 
Confessiods are on Satunb^ 

7:30-8:80 



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Morning Worship 



BLACKWATER BAPTIST 
CHURCH 
RaT. Ralph L. tfntm 

1 :00 a.m. — Sonday School 
1 1 :0e a.m — Momintf Wondi^ 
"Serving aod a&d tte C«b- 
munity of Blackwater SiiM$o 
1784" 



BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Greenwell Rd. & Lakeview Dr. 

S(^y^fi9, Va. 

Rot. Dartd Moero, Pastor 

9 :46 a-m. — Sunday ' School 
1 1 :00 a.nn. — ^Morning Worship 
7:46 p.m.— Evening Worship 

ST. JOHN'S BAPTIST 
CHUi^ 

Princess Amie Coort Hoqse 
Rot. Brnca B.'1*arklBS, Faster 

10;00a.m.— Buadaf School 
11:00 a.m. — ^Morning WorAip 

6 :00 pm. — B.T.U. 

7:00 p.m. — Eyentojf W<^rship 

L«iDON BRWGfi 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

London Bridge^ Virginia 
G. Sd.ward Hughes, Pfst^r 
8 rSO a.tt.--~Moirnini^ Won^ 
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TABERNACLE MSTHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Vnrginia 
Robert H. Garner. Ifiaiittr 
9:45 a.m.— Church Scoeol 
ll:O0a.m — Morning Wor^p 

VIRGINIA BEACH 
METt^DlST CHURCH 

207 - l8th Street 
Rot. BoTorly PoHy 

8:30 a.mw — Wofsaip Swrvice 
Summer Montne 
9 :45 ^m- — Chnrch School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship Service 

THALIA METHODIST 
CHURCli 

Pine Ave. A Va! Bch. Rlvd. 
WtUi»m L. Ather, Pester 

9 :45 a.m. — Satisfy Scl^ol 
10:46 a.m.— Worship , 



FOUNDRY METHODIST 
CHUiCH 

8:48 a.m. aa4 II aon.— 
services 

9 :45 a.m.-^Ghttreh School 
6:30 p.m.— Youth Fel^w|l»^ 

Kmpsviux , 

PRESBYT^RIAK l»im^ 

3. h. C epp e e k , pMtor 

9:40 AM— Siuday ^ool 
1 1 m A.M.— Moriilnt Wm " 
8:00 P.M.— *Se*^<l 
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Bm^i sun, Thursday, November 4, 1965 
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tan tlM OKult Court of ttie Oty 
ol Vk^Bia BmA to diataHr. re- 

mi reWer wMh due care 
te refMuni of bwch 
Itofon. and any 
buried IB the privati 
etmMry kmiwn at the "Morgan 
Ommnf ," kxated noar Morgan's 
Lni. VIrtfnia Beach. Virghda. 
Mid etfi^tery b^ shown on 
Ami SGi-lS of ^ plans for State 
Wi^fny ftoote 44. Project 0044- 
I||-1M««pW W, a copy of which 
^ ihaat k attached to tfaepeti- 
Hn ttid in this came. 

fte liwve partiei are hawy 
notified that the State Highway 
OoaMWoeer of Vh^ia wfll on 
te aadi day of Nobeniber. 1965. 
at l:M a. m.. <x- as soon tho^to- 
aa counad may be heard, move 
the ivigt of the Orcuit Court of 
the CHy df Virginia Beach, at the 
Oaurthume aiereof, for an ord«- 
^ ronpval of laid re- 
mi tte retaiteitMirt of (he 

1b a suitsfcle repository. 
Affidavit havi^ bea made that 
tfae mnes md addr»»es of ttie 
atfnrivfng spmises, if any. next of 
kin, hein at ktw, descendants d, 
and all od)a- persMis havii^ an 
interest in the remdns (^ the pe^ 
Moa buried in said {Hivate ceme 
tmtf, tsaxf/t the detodii^ aboive 
muiA, are tariaiown. ^ler due 
4tant en the pvt air the com- 
IUmbIId anart^ who Ihey may 
h$mito what County m Coqprara- 
liai ft^ ffi- ny of tiwm nay re- 
liiB. aS without effect: it is OR- 
JMtOD that the ai>ove nmned per- 
mm wiie are or may be iidereated 
in file a4»jeot matto- of diis cause 
lypear withm ten days afte* pub- 
UcaHeo af this order and do what 
k mamaj la protect their in- 



Aad it is FlHmiER OAUiSKES) 
tm Wa ortler be published for 
IfW auooa^ve wcda in the "Vir- 
1^ thMch aim." a newspapM- 
pltimm in the City of Viifinia 
BMdl, Vlifi]^ aBd.diat a coiqr 
«( Wi et^ be poitid oo the but 
W leard of iie Chvdt Court of 
«» dfy «f Virgiida Beach. Vir^ 



1^ O i jiyL - T tste: 

MSm V. FSNTRESS. CMe 

By: Itary M. While. D.C. 

Seten and Kdkn, p. q. 

Board ef Trade BiMig 

Biotlolc. Vli^sia 

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li tta Oaik'i aS* Of the Cb:^ 
«tt Owt 8f tfcrailr if Vli«iaia 
Bii^ ao Oe 1^ day of Octotw, 

STA'M nOHWAY ccaoiissiON- 
moF vn^iNiA, 

uawa. c. snnffiBa ^ 

LeeloB IWrett 

BRM WPORO BBOCHSE 
ilff Chi^iioB Piit 

A jp(HftHBM < S 

rfBfWrj ^i^a 
&ioBivfle, Bfew Y«t 

vnc^SA M. saa^HEKD 

an Pntc^ street 

Odartdo Sp rinji. Col orado 

JQBN C. SmPHEBD 

SH lltrth 17th Street 

Gi^ ^iK:ti<m, Cokwado 

IQitaEBINE SHEPHERD BOLIN 

on l4ipn Sbvet 

SiBti Pe, New Mexico 

MARY F. BAI&OS. 

aiTMih Street 

Vli^ria Baacb. Viriloia 
1^ Uie surviving spoiaes. if any, 
Bfd of kin, heirs at law, de- 
mkB&uta of. and all other per- 
aoos having an interest in the re- 
audaa of MARGARET GALONS 

moLm u. wiODmosE, 

mStmiE KEE LAND, SMITH 

' aU^Wa®, MiNNETT LAND. 

tad SARAH LAND, and of any 

0tm ptmm buried in tiie {ffiv- 

nS» oBnibay known as "Sbep- 

hiffi Cemetery," k)cated in 

Ladoi ftidge, Virginia Beach, 

il^ingWi. the names of which per- 

SM8 beh^ unknown, and are 

h«tby proceeded ag^oat as 

"Potiet Unknown." 

Defndaats, 

(MerOfPoblkaflisB 
Hie object <tf this suit is for the 
eora^naat to d^ain permisaon 
ftan tte Ckruit Court (tf the CSty 
gi ^%ftaia Beaeb to didiAer, re- 
tum ud rtiiger witfi due care 
md imdnf tiie remains ol itat- 
fwet (Mites, Sar^ M. Wood- 
htm* €«tf^ Bee Und. tei* 
flh^flH04 BsMett Land, and Sveii 
LbsA, aM «y (rfto persms biffted 
la tbe Dorttoo of tm rrH?«»« «»me. 
tBf|f , IdkMhi m Jm ■HpMras 
Cemetery," kxaied in Lot^to 



at 9:90 a. m., oru soon tiwreitfter 
as oKttisd may be heard, move 
ttie Jw^ of die Clmdt Oxirt of 
the aty of Vir^Oa Beach, at the 
Cburthoiae thereof. f<»- an order 
pennitUng the ronoval of said re- 
mains and the rwMermm of the 
Mme in a suitabie i^XMitory. 

Affidavit havii^ been made diat 
tlw nones and addrnan of the 
siffviving ^XMSK. tf any, next of 
ktoi. hdrs at law, descendants of. 
and all othe- per9<»» having ui fal- 
ter^ in the remains of Jie per- 
sons buried in said p(M*tion of the 
private 'cemetery, exc^ the de- 
fflndints »»how n*""*^ are un- 
known, aftor dne dUgoioe an ne 
part of the complainant to ascei 
tain who they nuiy be and in what 
Coui^ or CorpMHtion they or any 
d them nMy reside, all witlwut 
effect; it is ORDERED) that the 
ilwve nttnad pertoia who are or 
be IntMta^ in the s ubject 



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RUittn- of this cmise appear within 
ten days idler publication of this 
ordH* and do «^ is necessary to 
{Mtitect their interests. 

And it U FURTHER ORDERED 
that tliis on^ t>e publi^ed foi^^ 
four successive wedcs in the "Vir- 
guiia Beach Sun," a newspaper 
published in the City of Virginia 
teach, Viit^nia, and that a copy 
of this order be posted <m the bul- 
letin board of the Circuit Court of 
the City of Vii^Na Beach. Vir- 
ginia. ' 

A Oufqf-"^^Me. 

JOHN V. Fl^RESS. Clerk 

By: Mary M. White. D.O. 
KeAMn and Kellam, p. q. 
Board d Trade Aiikhi^ 
Norfdk. Vii«inia ^ - 



log ^polices, tf aagr. aurt of kin» 
hdrs at law. daacandants of, tad 
all other pawns havtag an M«raat 
in the remains ol ^ ^raom 
btoied in Uie cemetery above mm- 
ti<med, exc^ the d^endwits nsn- 
ed in the c^ptkm hereof, are un- 
loiown, afta- due dilUgence upoa 
the part d the om^ilainant to m- 
certain who they nmy be ai^ in 
what County or OrpcH-^ion tt^ 
or any of than may reside, aU 
with(Nit effect; it is ORDERED 
that the above named parties and 
any otho' persons who are or may 
be iDte»vsted in the subi-^ r"at- 
t« of tUa cmue appear vllbki tn 
days afte* pubucatiuu <h tnis urU&r 
and do what is necessary to i»t>- 
tect their interests. 

And it is FVRTHE3R ORDERED 
that this order be pii>liflhed for 
four aiccesslve wedcs in the "Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun." a newsp^ser 
published in the City of Viifinia 
Beach, Virginia, and that a co|^ 
of this order be posted <»i the bul- 
lettn board of the Circuit Otwrt of 

the^n^ * vn^tt Bm^i, vss 

A Copy— Teste 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, aerit 

By: Mary M. White, DC. 

KeUam and Kellam, p. q. 

Board of lY^e Bulling 

Norfolk, Virginia 

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of wfiUh |to JtfA if iMii^M to 
tiie petnkB filetf ft this am^ 
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VmOINU: 

tn Oe deric's office of the Or- 
cuit Court of the City of Virghila 
Beach on tfa« znh day of Octobar. 
U66. 

stah: HiOHiiiMY GoiaimsiON- 

ER OF VmOlNIA, 
ComtJahual 

V. ~ 

VIRCHE E. CAFPEE ~™ 
My7 South ^tdtdnck Road 
Viifinia Beach. Virginii^ 
ANNIE MAS HEAIH 
12S South Wltchduck Road 
VlifiiibBea^ 
FANNIE SMPIH and 
ELUAHSMITH 
US SiK& ^Wtdwudc 
Vir^ma Bakb, Virginia: 

WLVm JACKSON - 

lis Soudi Witchduck Road 
Vii:^ Beadi, Vhrginia; 
SARAH F. HARRIS, 
HEiafAN W. FR/^OOtim, 
MARUE. BUTTS, 
WHUAM FORBES. 
SUSAN BBLTON. "^^ 

mA i ^ be drad. thdr surviv- 
is^ spouses, btirt ak bw. next 
ol kta, deai^ndaiito of , and all 
other perioni havk« an titferMt 
in file remafaa ol. 
DAVID SMIIH. MARY 8MI4H. 
BEKRIETTA FC^BES. REBBC- 
CA a fOaSBS. ROSE SMITH 
FUUJH, PBt)DIG/^ DAMIEL 
FUIOR. MARiIND KEMP 
RICH>aa> K EM P. WALTER 
KEMP. BOiiSRT HELTON. 
PRfffCE MOORE. niANK HAR- 
Bm. WHJLK FRANXLQ^ and 
OTELIA FRANKLIN, 
and of any oOia- peratms buried 
in tlM private cemetery known 
as the "Funer Cemetery," near 
Kemprdlle, Virginia Beadi, Vir- 
ginia, the names d wtndi persons 
"xcept those named above being 
utdmown and are herebv proceeded 
a^aimft as "Parties Uidmown,"' 
Defasdrnts. 

(Met Of PobUeatleB 
The oblect of tills suit te for the 
complainant to <A>tain permiaritm 
from the Circuit Court d tiie City 
of'Wginia Beech to dteinter, re- 
move and rdnter wift due care 
and decoicy the remafau of David 
Smitti, Mary Smitii. Henr»tta 
Forbes. Rebecca S. Forb^, Rose 
Smltii FHiIler, Pn&fuA Daniel Ful- 
ler, Marind Ken^, Ridiard Kemp, 
Walto* Konp. Robert Belton, 
Prince Moore, Frmk Harris. Willis 
Franklin and Otelia Franklin, and 
my otfaff persons buried in die 
nrhwte cemetery known as the 
Fuller Cemetery, near Kempsville. 
Vir^ia Beach, Viiglnia. said 
cemeterv betas aiwwn m Sheet 
SOl-13 of the Fins for Rmite 44. 
Project 0044-134-101. RW 201. a cony 
of wbidi Plan 9ieet la attached to 
the <Bffl of Comi^sdiA filed in this 
cause. 

Hie above parttes are hereby 
notified that the State Hiidiwav 
CanMnlsd<Hier of Virgfaiia will on 
Qie SOdi d^ of Nobembur, S6B. 
ait 9:00 a. m., or as sooi thereafter 
.as counad mav be hnrd, nMive 
die Judge of the Circuit Court of 
the atv of Virginia Beach, at the 
Courthouse fhere(rf. (or an Order 



VIRGINU: 

In the Cle-k's <rffice d the tir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach on the 17th day of Octobw. 
1965. 
STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSTON- 

ER OF VIRGINIA. ^^ 
Oxnplainant 

V. 

GEORGE BROWN, JOE MUR. 
DEN and MARVIN TOWE, 
TRUSTEES OF LONDON 
BRIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH, 
c/o George Brown 
2460 Potta- Road 
VirgHiia Beach, Virgima; 

JOHN 0. GOraPREY 

413 »rd Street ^^^^ 

Vh*ginia Beach, Vrginla.* 

n. B. GODFREY, JR. 

Great Neck Road 

Virginia Beadi, Virginia; 

WILLIAM O. GODFREY 

Fint Cokxiial Road 

Vhi^ Beach, Vb^bda: 

A. 0. GODFREY ^ 

Great Nedt Road :--:^;^^ : 

Vb^inia Beach, \^^a; 

MBS. F. C. CAg>ER 

Great Neck Road \, 

J^jinia Beach, Viz^a; 



at i:00 a. m., or as aoon tterw^or 
M <»uns^ aaif be h«mi. mo^ 
tte Judge <^ ttit OnA OmI ll 

the City d Vii^taiia Maob, at tna 
Cointh(xise ^m«d. for an Or6et 
pmnitting the removal ol said re- 
mate and the retaitainait d Uk 
same in a MitaMe r^iw^ttry or 
rqjoiitmiei. 

Affidavit ha^ng been made that 
the namea and addresses of the 
RB^ving spoiMes, if any, next of 
ktai, h^ at lafw, dw^oKJbnts of, 
and bM G&m pem»s having an 
taiterest in the rematais of the pet- 
sons Iniried in tlm portion of tiie 
cemetery abow mentknied, taaxfi 
the defendai^ named in tiie cap- 
tkn hereof are imknpwn, alter due 
diligsice upon the put ol tiie ccxn- 
plainant to asceiitda who they may 
be and in what County or Corpo^ 
atioi they or any d them may re- 
skk, all without ^fect; it is OR- 
DERED that the above named po^ 
ties and any other persms who are 
or niay be interred in the nib- 
ject noatter ol thk cause i^ppear 
within ten dayi after nd^attOD of 
this<|;hrd«- and do what is necea^ 
sary to pn^ec^ their intcrsts. 

And it is FURTIS31 ORraSOX} 
that this Ordo- be publi^ed fin- 
four succ^sive we^ in the "Vn*- 
ginia Beach am." a liewqiapa- 
publi^ed in the City of Vlr^a 
Beadi, Virgima, aid that a copy 
d ttiis order be poated en the bul- 
letin board of the Circuit Court d 
the City of Vkginia jBeacfa. Vir- 
gii^a. 

A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTIIESS. Clerk 

By: Mary M. White. D.C 
K^am ^Kellam. p. q. 
Board of Trade BuihUng 
^rfolk, Virginia 

lO-2Mt 



f IJ^Ur>KITKB 



NOTICE 

Virginia: 

The regular meeting d the Caan- 
dl of the City of Vhrginia R«K*h 
will be held in the Circuit Court 
(HI Monday, Novembo- 8, IMS at 
2 o'clock p.m. at vrbkii time per- 
sons will be heiurd fw and against 
the following pnjpoked chan^ of 
aaiing, use pomits. etc.: 

Srz^i^licatian d City of Norfolk 



^^rginia fkm^ Virgtoia. 
said portion of Mi oani^iTy bdng 
jfcown on Swet 9||'li <^ flift..^i^lperRiitting the removal of said re- 
fbr State l^^fmf BoSbt. 44rFro- 1 mains and ttie TemtettruaA of tte 

sane hi a suitable repiwtorv. 

MRda^J^ivtag been made ttiat 
tile a<Ure<:9M of l^ah F. Harris. 
Itetnan W. Fraiydhi, Maria E. 
B^ls. WOtm FodMS aid &isan 
Benoft M9 01UI0WB, ana me 
names an ^ddreMM of tiw survive 



MRS. ROY JACKSON 

413 2Srd Street 

Virginia Beadi, Vh-gbila; . 

MARGARET BURGESS 

2566 Vb^nia Beach Boulevard 

Virginia Beadi. Virghua; 

MARY E. WARD 

BOB 13th Street 

Virginia Beach, Vfa^^nia; 

LINWOOD E. McKENZIE 

608 13th Street 

Vh*ginia Beadi, Virgink; 

WILLIAM B. McKENZlfi 

S916 Curlew Drive 

Norfolk, Virginia; 

BENJAMIN L. McKENZIE 

lis Sir Oliver Drive 

Norfolk. Virginia; 

GEORGE MARSHALL McKENZIE 

309 Oliver Road 

Vta-ginia Beach, Virghua; 

RANDOLPH S. McKENZIE, SR. 

3i06 ^athmore Street , 

Norfolk, Virginia; 

AT.MA POTTSK^ , 

281ft Marlboro Street 

Norfolk. Virginia; 

and f'e surviving sporscs. if 
any, n-^t of kin, heirs at law, de- 
scendants of, anfl aU other per- 
8(nis havine an hiterest <n the 
remains of WILUAM I. GOD- 
FREY. LOVIE ANNIE CK)D- 
FREY, OSCAR ANNIE GOD- 
FREY, ARTHUR R. MdCEN- 
ZIE, BENNY F. ' MctCENZTO, 
ami d any other pa*sons buned 
ir the pwtion of LONDON 
BRIDGE BAPTIST CHUltCH 
CENOKTERY. Vfrginla Beach. 
ViraffiUi, which lies withfa Uie 
right-of-way of State Highway 
Route 44^ the names of whicn 
persons except those namort 
above being unknown, and are 
herrfjv proceeded against ar 
"Parties UnkMwn." 
Def aidants. 
Order of PahH<»tion 
The object of this sirit is for the 
conrmlalnant to obtain permission 
from the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beadi to (fisinto, re- 
move Mid rehitw with due care 
and d««wv tiie rematas of Wil- 
liam L. Godfrey. Lovie Annie God- 
frey, Oscar yUm'e Godfrey. Arthur 
R. McKenzie and Benny F. Mc- 
Kwttle. and any ottier persora bu^ 
led within the portton of the Lon- 
^n Bridge Baotist Churdi Ceme- 
tery whteh is included in thfe rij*t 
d wav of State Highway Roi<e 44. 
Proiect 0044-134-101. Bw 201, said 
Dortion of cemetery being Aown 
on Sheet 5(fi-18 of the Plans for 
said project: a cony of whk* Pkm 
Sheet k attached to the Bffl of 
Cqmplannt filed in this cmise. 

■nie sixyve partira are hereby 
notified that the State Hi^ay 
Gonmissioner of Viiiginia will (m 
the 30th day of Ndjemb^*. vm. 



by Jdin C. Lawless, /Att<U7iey for 
a discontuiuance, (^cfiure, and 
aband(Himent d a p&ctioa of the 
following streets: \ 

C« adm Avoiue firmn the Vir- 
1^ Bmdi and Norfolk City Line 
Cfiterftng Eastwanfly to its tom- 

Caldwdl AveiHie AonaJta^ Vir- 
ghya Beadi and Nofc^ Qty Une 
extending Eaii^ardly to its term- 
inatkm. 

Gathri^ Avenue from the Vi^ 
gfaila Beach and Norfolk City Hhe 
eidimding Eaatwardly to its temv- 
biatkn. 

nuee unnamed IS foot right of 
ways being unimproved in the 
Comick Farm area. (More de- 
tailed plats available in office of 
City- Planning Conmission). Bay- 
side BmtMi^. 

n. Application of Peachtree Cor- 
p(»rati<m by J. Peter HoOand III, 
Attraney for a change of zoning 
from Residence Diatritc 4 (RS 4) 
to Limited Commerdal District 3 
(C-L 3) and a Use Permit to erect 
three billboards 18 foot by 48 toot 
(HI certain inroperty fronting 719 
feet m<H% or less oi the East side 
of Northamptcm Boulevard, a depfi 
d 163.7 feet along the Southern 
{Htiperty line (Ncniolk and South- 
on Railroad right of way). A 
combined distance of 632 feet more 
or less along the Eastern proper*- 
ty line. Bayside Boroueh. 

III. Application of E. C. Womark 
for a change of zoning from Lim- 
ited Commercial District 1 (C-L 1) 
to General Industrial District 1 (M- 
I 1) on certain pronertv fronttaig 
32.34 feet on the North side of 
Nnlhainpton Boulevard, a depth 
of 771.61 feet aking the Eastern 
propertv Une (property now or I&r- 
merly Edgar Haring), a wid!« ot 
009.93 feet along the Northem orop- 
oty line, and a combined depth 
of 1060.99 feet akmg the Western 
{»rooerty Une. Ba^ide Bmmigh. 

IV. AppUcation of%e^ro Inror- 
p(Nrated bv Kdlam and Kellam, At- 
torneys, tar a diange d zoning 
from Residence Suburban District 
4 (R-S 4) to General C^omno-cial 
Disbict 1 (OG 1) of certain woo- 
erty fronting 200 feet on the Sou^ 
ride of Shore Drive beginning at 
a point 332.61 feet East d 'Gnen- 
well Road, a depth of ISO Set 
along the Eastern anfl Westom 
property line, and a widtii of 200 
feet akns the Smitiiem ^ffoperty 
tine. Bavslde BorooA. 

V. Application d Lance Realty 
CMnpany. iliic«rp(»'ated, for a Use 
Permit to opwate a used car 
sales on certafai propeH^ fatmting 
130 feet on the Soutii iSETe ol V!r- 
f^& Beach Boulevard oeginning 
at a pomt 1128.111 feet West of 
Witchdudc Road, a depth of 200 
fed along the Eastern and West- 
MH propertv Une. and a widCl ot 
130 feet along tiie Southoti jprop- 
ertv Une. Bayside Borbu^ 

VI. AppUcatim of Bcxaci A. 
Culpepper and ^iraUam A. McPh^- 
son f<H- a Use I^mtt to qierate a 
gutXm sui^ atatkn <hi certa^ 



|««porty j^magmm iaH OB the 
North aidir ll FMMiioe Boki bf 
^mii^ at a p(^ 4M J3 «Nt IMit 
ol Woftditoft Jta^ ■ d^ith ol 
mu$ fe^ akntttt Wotim pr^ 
egtf Une, a wkM ol 260 ftat aka^ 
tte Nmtiieii ivtvtffy line, awl a 
depth of 200 faat along the EmI- 
eni prti^etf^ Une, KeniMviUe Bor^ 
ou^. 

Vn. AniUcatiot of Herace A. 
Culpepper aod WlOlain Al ilePhftr- 
atm far • dump of m^ Mm 
Retidence &d>urban tHstrid 3 (R- 
S 3) to General Commercial OM- 
ti^t 1 (C-G 1) of c«t^ iNvperty 
fronting 204.90 fed on the North 
ride of ProvMoice Road begiiuiing 
at a point 454.23 feet West ot 
Woocbtodc Road, a depth ol 244.65 
feet tkm^^ Westen pnv«ty 
Une. a width of 20O fett akmg t&a 
f^lortton prop«rty Une, and a 
dearth d 200 fed akmg the East- 
em {mpaly Une. KempsvUle 6or- 

Oi^L 

Vm. Atuhc^/Qm of Bd-Aire 

Benalk to q>erate a used car salea 
on ctftain prc^wrty kicated at the 
SoutbwHA interaeotk» 6! Virginia 
Beach Boulevard and Matt Lane, 
frontbig 200 feet on the S<Mith sicto 
of Viifh^ Beach BdiSevard, front- 
ing ISO feet on tiie West side of 
Matt Lane, a wkltb of 20O feet 
akmg die Smithem pn^rty line. 
and a de{4h ol ISO fed along the 
Weafem prq|Mrty Uqe. LyoiAaven 
Borou^ 

IX. ApplkatloB of PhUiips P*- 
trdeum Comfwny 1^ Ji Peter Bol- 
Iffiid ni/ Attorney for a ch«^e 
ol zoning firmi Residence &ibur- 
ban Distrfet 4 (RS 4J to Genial 
Commerdal Distrid 3 (C-G 3> 
and a Uae Pendt to qierafe a 
gasoUne sipfdy statkm on Lots 12 
and IS (^ Westmordand E8tate.^ 
Frontii^ ISO fed on the West side 
d Rosemoot Road, a dei^h tA 110 
fed along the Northan and Smith- 
em property lines, and a wktth 
of 150 feet aki^ tiie Easter prop- 
erty Une. Lymyiaven Borough. 

X. Api^ation d Tliomas W 
Wood for a diange of zdUng fnmi 
Reridttioe Sidiurban Distrid 3 (B- 
S 3) to Multiple F^unify Residence 
Distrid (R-M) d certain property 
located at tiie Nwthwed bitersec- 
ti<m d Eureka Av«Hie and South- 
em Boulevard, fixmting 535.7 ted 
on the N<ntfa ride d Soi^em Bou- 
levard, frontbig 225 fed <m fhe 
Wed ride of Eurdn Avenue^ A 
om^hied fistimca ol 004.7 ted 
akmg the Western propertv line, 
a comUned diatance d 6617 ted 
akmg the N(»*tiiera pnqierty Une. 
Containing 4 aoi^es. Lyiu^ven 
Borou^. 

XI. Applicatim d Petroleum 
Sendees Company by Garland Lay- 
ton. Attorney tar a diange ot roo- 
ing from Limtted Commeraai Dis- 
trict 2 (C-L 2) to Genffl-al Com- 
merdal Diitrid S (OG 3) and a 
Use PHinit to op«tite a gasoline 
station on certain property froiit- 
faig 219.87 fed (m the South side 
d Virginia Beach Boulevard be- 
ginning at a point 800 fed more 
or less East of London Bridge 
Creek, a depth & 72.00 fe«!t almig 
tfie Western property Une. a wi9th 
of 206.76 fed along the Southen 
property Une, and a depth d 
134.86 feet doi^ the Eastern prop- 
erty Une. Lyndiaven Borough. 

Xn. AppUcatkm d Jdfo-son 
Professional Institution Incorporat- 
ed by Thomas C. Broyles, Attor- 
ney for a Use Pemiit to CMwrate 
a private schoo) on certain inrop- 
erty fronting 347.7 fed on ths 
North side of Oriole Drive begin- 
ning at a pdnt 477.27 feet North 
of Laskih Road (around Orfole 
Drive). Having a depth d 4*^ tcet 
along the Western propertv line, 
a condbined dbtance d 251.53 ted 
along the Northern property line. 
and a conbined distance of 468.59 
fed riong the Eastern prooeitv 
Ihie. Containing 3.14 acres. Lynn- 
haven B<M:out^. 

XItt y^Ucf^on d Midway In- 
vestme^ Ccmapany 1^ Garland 
Layton, Attorney for a change ol 
kDonipg from Reridence Duplet 
I^trid 1 (R-D 1) to G«ierai 
Commerdal Distrid 3 (C-G 3) and 
a Use Permtt to aperde a gaso- 
Une supply statkm aa certafai prop- 
erty froi^g 230 fed on the We&t 
side d South Lynnhaven Road, a 
depth ol 341 fed more or le» along 
^ SOKrtliera pn^ierty Une. and a 
^kmobfawd Adanoe of 49C teet 
akmg the Northern and Wedera 
int^wrty Ifaie (London Bridge 
Gi«A). Lvmdiaven Borough. 

XIV. Application of Vhrgin'.i 
Electric imd Power Ckmnpany tor 
a diange d smfa^ from Umited 
Commerdal Distrid 1 (C4. 1) to 
General 0»nma*dal Didrict 1 (C- 
G 1) nd a Use Permit for wt- 
ridte divai^ on obtain {vop«-ty 
fronthig S45 fed on the Wed ride 
d Ftd Ookmial Road begmning 
at a pohit 1(1?0 fMt incne or less 
South of Laskin Road, a dqtth of 
SQQ fed riong the Nathan and 
SbuUmn prt^ierty Ihie. and a 
width d 56 fed along the Weston 
lax^iecty Una. Contrining S.7 acres. 
Lymriianren Borou^. 

XV. AppUcatkm of SheD m Com- 



fmW ■•bm nd Kdtan. At- 
lorntyib for a Oat PinM to oper- 
a fliarika anppl^ afaaon. di 
fropal^ iBatod at die 
Nortfaaad Nara^nn of Plaza 
Jr^ aM mm Wamont Road, 
firailting 2IL2B fad on tfia Ead 
rida of Seatt Roaanom Road, 
inmttaig i^B lad an ttia ^taih 
Sde d noa tVaO, Irontfaig 210 
feat on the Wfd die d Wav^y 
Drive, nd froittta^ 2N.U> fed m 
the South ride of Vk^orjr Drive. 
Lymdiavm B<mKi0i. 

XVI. AppUcatkm of Shdl OU 
Ccmipuiy l^ Kdlam uid Keilam. 
Attoroeys, for a Use Pernio to qj- 
erate a gasdiJM su^^ statK» on 
certain prqierty tocated at the 
Sov^wed hiteraedMn of l^mth 
Lymhavw Raad and Slina Mve, 
fnmi^ ns fed on ttw Wed side 
ol Soudi Lyndiaven Roid. frtHitlng 
177.37 fed on the Souil sMe d 
SiUna IMve. a d^)th d ITS feel 
aki^ tilt Weston pn^^erty Ihi^. 
mid a width d 177.27 fed aAaog 
kU^ ^SiMithMTi ntYtfiarty Una f i V itfh 

hanwn Bdnu^. 

XVn. Ap|)Ucaaon of J. D. Mur- 
doi f(r a <Auim d iMiIng trom 
Rerifteice Suburiian Distrid 3 (R- 
S 3) to Lfaniled Ckmmorciri Dis- 
trid 1 (C-L 1) of cortoln }^ierty 
kcated on the Wed end of iPoyne- 
Lana, a oombhied dktance d 
ttSJS fed ak)ng the h^Mrthetn 
iropety Une. a (Ustance d ^.40 
fed akmg the Wedem property 
Itaie, a distance d 599.22 ted aiong 
the Southern property line, and a 
coeoMied distance of 315.74 fed 
dang file Eastern inropc.'ty hne. 
Contrinh^ 5 acres more or ^eu. 
Lyonhavoi Borou^ 

XVm. An)ikatkm oT North Bay 
De!«ek)pment (krpwatum f(nr a Use 
Permit to ered two 10 foot by 12 
fod biUboards <m certain prope-ty 
on the Souft ride of Sandhridge 
Road. One sign to be locaf(>d one 
quarter mile Wed d SanOldSer 
Road, die otho* sign to be located 
three^juarters of a mile Wed d 
Sancffiddler Road. Princess Anne 
Borou^. 

XIX. AK>Ucad(m of George Hal- 
steed tar a diange d zoning from 
Reridence Duplex Distrid 1 (RD 
1) to Muhiple-Fahuly Reskiaica 
Diatrid (R-M) and a Uw Permit 
to construd 60 apaitm^t units on 
certain laiqiery frwituig 4K fed 
oo ft^ South ride of Gunn HaU 
Drive, beginning d a point 212 
fed more.or less Ead d Oceana 
Boulevard, a i^tt A' 230 teti 
vaare or less afcng ffie Western 
ipcapuiy Une. a width d 327 fed 
nM>re w leas akmg the Soutiidn 
property Une, a d^ of 327 fed 
more or leas akmg the Eadern 
property Une. Containing 3 acres 
mote w less. Princess Anne Bor- 

0U|^ 

XX. Application d T. Roy Jar- 
rett by IlKmias C. Broyles, At- 
torney for a change of zmiing from 
One-Family Reridence Distrid (Rr 
1) to Multiple Family ResWehce 
Distrid (R*«> ol certain property 
fronting 85 fed on ttie W«t side 
of Pacific Av«iue b^inning at a 
pdnt 65 fed North of 39di Stred 
(Projected), a depth d 175 fed 
akmg die Nwdwm and Smithern 
ipaptrfy Une, and a widtii of 85 
fed akmg the Westan property 
Une. Virginia Beadi 'Borou^^ 

XXI. AppUcdiwi d Om^a Lim- 
fted for a Use PerinR to construct 
a 50 unit mdel on ceifain jfooer- 
ty located d the Northwest inter 
sectoh d Pircific Averaie aiia^lsth 
Stred fronting 140 fed more or 
less on tiie West side d Pacific 
Avenue, froding 150 fed more or 
1*»«s, on the N<yrth s'd^ of ^ff^ 
Stred. a combined didaAce of 290 
fed akmg the Northern oroDerty 
line, and a widtti of 280 fSl along 
the Western proper^ Une. Vir- 
ginia Beach Boroui^. 

XXn. Aoplkjatkm d Mrs. J. J. 
Andorson for a chuim d zoning 
from Retail Business Distrid (B-D 
to Mdel-Hotel Distrid (M-H) and 
a Use Permit to construd a 7 untt 
motel on certata property located 
at tiie Sodhead intersection of 
Pacific Awemie and 27fh ^reet. 
ftonting 140 f^ on the East side 
d Pacific /Avenue, fronting 67..? 
fed on the South s^e d 27Ui 
fj^t-erf a ^dth of 140 ***d »'«hw 
the Eastern prop«tv Une, and a 
dendi k fC 5 fed alon? the Soutii 
em prroertv line (26% Stred). 
Virdnia Beach Borough. 

XXm. Applicatkin d W. B. S. 
Grandy fd" a change d zoning 
frwn One-FamlTv Re«!idei^ce Dis- 
trid (R-1) to Multiple Family B^^n- 
dence Distald (R-S) and a Use 
Wrmtt to coodrud 72 aoartment 
units on csertata prooertv Imnting 
185.84 fed <m the North Tr% d 
Hillop Rond. beeinninff at a point 
380 f^ West of Pacific Avenue. 
A comtoined distance of 259.S Feet 
along the Wedem propertv flhe, a 
con^hied distance of 378 fSet more 
or less along the Northem nrotier- 
ty Itae, and a combined di<?tance 
ol 2^.72 fed alone the Eastern 
pronaty line. Virginia Beach Bw- 

X3aV. AppUcation of Soulid 
Sh(»^ Assete limited tor a chan^ 
of sming from Retail Burinras Dis- 



• UOALNOnCtt 



tzict (B-1) to Mdel-Rotil Mtrid 
(M-H) and a Uae P»mit te con* 
Mud 64 unk moM on eertdn 
ftopmty bcated d die int«r.^»^ 
tkm d Atlantic Avenue iSxl, G«- 
tf d Booth ^oiisvwd. tnmOig 
SI7J6 fed on die WM ll4» d At- 
lantic Avcsiue, fruiting 2H.3 ted 
«■ die Ead ride d Gdlertl teott 
Reukvard. and a osmbtoed A's- 
la^e d 147.3 feet akmg Uie South- 
am prapesty Une. (Said ^ired 
bei^ triangular in shape.) 
JOIW V, FENTRESS, Ctty C** 
By: Margard M. Hood. D.C. 

1028-21 



onaKmwEALTH of voginu 

h tta dotk'a OfBee af *• 
Onmlt Oaartal (ke City d Vlr- 
gMa BCMh. OB die 12A day d 
October 12. mi. 

Oi«ir d PabUeatfaB 
PtahittS, 

CHARI^ C. HARDING 
(Mdidant. 
■gain^ 

WINNIFRED M. PEART 

HARDING 

TTie dijort of flils suit Is to ob- 
trin a divorce n Vinculo Matri-, 
Rxmi from the sakl Ddendant. 
upon the grounds of desertion. And 
an afflfkvtt havuig been ma<fe and 
Rl«i did dw MmSaA is a «m- 
reridcd of dw State d Vlrdnia, 
dw last known pod offke address 
bring: 122 Cdunribla l^eet, C^m- 
bri<^ m, Massachusetts. It la 
vt^vd Ihttf a^ do appear here 
within ien flO) daya ^er due 
pubUcdkm bered and 6o what 
may b#n«pentfy to peded her 
biter^ in dite ndt. 

A' Corqr— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By Marv M. White. DC. 
Amato, B=»bnias, Coh«ni. _ * 
Rdter, Frief^man & Breik >, ' ' 
Helene Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 

10-14^t 



• UQALNOnai 



UOMiMW EALTB OF VRCW^IA 

U Urn eSarie's Office d dw Cir- 
crt balof dw City d Vh-gida 
on^dw 6di day d October, 



OMer d Pd>lledie# 

JESSE JAMES HARl^y. 
Plata^ i^dMt 

ANGELINA If. HARDY. 
Defendant 

The objed d diis suit is to ob- 
tain a dirorce a vinculo md;rimoiiii 
from dw Hdd ddendant, ^wn 
dw grouttla d a^jarati<m for a 
p«iod in excen Of two years. 

And an affWavit having hem 
made and filed dut die defendant 
is a non-reridait d dw State d 
Vb-^nia. dw lad known pod d- 
fice address bring: » Eadon Ave- 
nua, FaU Rhw, Massachuseds, 
tt fe ordered did she do appear 
here witidn ten (10) days after 
doe pdriicatiott hered, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
her idereit in Ato SMit. ^ 

A copy— TMte: 



JOroi V. FENTRESS, Cla*. 

By: Mary M. White. D.C. 

Steii^ld. Stein^ld & Chovitz, p.q. 

Town Point BuUding « 

Norfolk, Virgmia —_ — i -^^ 

I 16-144t 



VIRGWIA: 

In dw aerk's Offkw of dw Cir- 
cuit Court d the City d VireiniJa 
Beach <m the ISdi day d October, 
1965. 

Order d PabBcatkta 

IN JBE MATTFm OF: 
AppUcation of Whiteacre. Inc. Id 
fhe CanqaoAweaM of Virguiia 
for the purchase of Lots 21, ffi, 
23 and 24. Bkick 9. Map of Ead- 
NorfoHc, recorded bin Map'BocS^ 
4, at page 191. 
TO: HwmM F. Leon«tf tffii 
known as Ihomas G. Leonard) 
Vsiih are hereby notifiei-^d aU 
thaw certata lote, pfeces or par- 
cels of land, rituated in Lynnhav- 
en B(Nrouf^, Oty of Virghiia 
Beach, ISate of N^rginia, known, 
numbered and designated on that 
certafai pld entitled "Map of East- 
Norfolk, Princess- Anne Co.. Vir- 
ginia," dated Novemba-, 1906, 
made by E. C. Foreman, C. E., 
which plat is duly of record in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court 
of the Citv of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
gmia, in Map Book 4, at Page 191, 
as Lots Numbered 21 through 24, 
both inclusive, in Block Nine (9), 
was soH on the 5th day of De- 
cember, 1947 for delfaiquent taxes, 
levies, faltered and cods to the 
Commwiwealth of Vfa"gin!a and 
application for the purchase there- 
of has begn filed fai thi$ office 
And it appearing from the record' 
in this office that you are inter- 
estpd in sakl land, you are further 
notified to appear in four month' 
from the date of this notice and 
do what may be necessary to pro 
ted your interests. 

GIVEN under mv hand this IBtb 
day of Odober. 1965. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Kellam and Kellam 
Donald H. Rhodes 
lis N. Plaza Trail 
Vii^a Beach, Vu-gfaiia 

10-21-4t 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGIMA 

In dw caerit's Offtee d die Cir- 
cuit Court d the City of Virginia 
Beach, on dw 6di day d Ociobf, 
1965. 

Order d PnbMcatkm _^ 

WIUJAM JACKSON OGLE, 
Plafaitifi, agauist 

MARGARET MURRELL AN- 
DERSON OGLE, Defendant. 

The difect d diis suit is to ob> 
tau) a divorce Iron bed and board 
to be later merged faito a divorce 
a vincub matrimonii from the 
said ddoidanl, upon tiw grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affkiavit havfaig been 
made and filed diat die defendant 
is a non-reridoit d the State of 
Vu'ginia, the lad known post d- 
fice ad fa-ess befaig: 12re Park- 
land Drive, Manphis, Tennessee, 
it is (Mxl«-ed that she do appear 
Jiere witiiin ten (10) days after 
due publicatton hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to proted 
her uita-^ ui this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

^ffli V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 
^J^fLjtsry M. White, D£. 
Frari E. Butler. Ill, p.q; 
Beach Theatre Building 
Vi5|jai%B#i^ ykgij#,.?:T^^ 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

In dw Clerk's OtTvx d the Cir- 
cuit Court of dw aty d Virginia 
Beadi, on dw ^ d^ d October, 
1965/ 

(todor d PoNIcation 

BfflELVIN J. DOXEY, JR. 
Plafaitiff, agauist 

TOE RTTA DOXEY, Qefwidant. . 

Tine dijed d this suit is to ob- 
tata a divcxrce a maisa et thoro 
to be later merged into a divorce 
a vinculo matrunmui from die 
said ddeiHlant, iqxm dw grounds 
of desertkm. 

And an affidavit havuig bean 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-rerident d the State of 
Virginia, the lad known post of- 
fice address befaig: Post Office 
Box 671, Cut Bank, Montana, 
it is ord^ed diat she do appear 
here within ten (10) days dter 
due pubUcation hereof, and dO 
what may be necessary to proted 
her inters in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Theodwre A. Boyce, p.q. 
105 N. Plsoa Trail 
Vu-gfaiia Beach. Virgfaiia 

1014-4t 



COMMONWEALIH OF VIRGINIA 

b dw Cleric's OHkx d die 
CtrcoH C^ort of dw Ctty d Vir^ 
gida Beach, <m dw 12th day d 
October 12. 1965. 

(hrder d Pablkattw 

HAZEL DAVIS AUSTIN 
Plafaitiff. 
agafaid 

LOLAND D. AUSTIN 
ddendant. 

Itw obiect of diis suit is to ob- 
tafai a divorce a mensa d thoro 
to be lattf merged uito a divorce 
a vinculo mati-taneni, from the 
said ddendant, upon the grounds 
d cmstnicUve desetion. And an 
dfidavit faavfaig been made aiMl 
failed that the defendant is a non- 
rerident of die State d Virgfaiia, 
the lad known pod office ad- 
dress being; Hatterap, North Caro- 
Una. It is ordered did he do ap- 
pear here withfai ten (10) days 
after diie pubUcation ha«d, and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tec| his faltered in this suit. 

A. C^y— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

Bv Marv M. White. D.C. 
Brvd^s & Br<q?les 
1369 La^ui Road 
Vfa^a B&kA, Vir^siA 

10-144t 



MMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

dw derk's Office of dw Cfa-- 
cuK Court of the City of Vfa-ginia 
Beach, on die 7th day of October, 
1965. 

Order d PobHcatkn 

OTIS MARSHALL DODDS, 
Plafaitiff. agafaist 

REBECCA ANN KIRKMAN ~ 
DODI%, Ddendant. 

Ilie objed of diis suit is to ob- 
tafai a divorce a nwnsa d dioro 
to be lata- merged into a divorce 
a vuicuk) matrfanonu from the 
said ddendant, upon die grounds 
of deserticm. 

And an affidavit havfaig been 
made ami filed diat dw defendant 
is a non-resident d the State of 
Virguiia, the lad known post of- 
fice address befaig: 722 S. Elam 
Ave., Greenriwro, NcM-di Caroluia, 
it is ordered dut she do appear 
here within ten (10) days after 
due publk»tion hereof, and do 
what may be iwcessary to protect 
her faltered in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Cla^. ," 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
George F. Darda, Jr., p.q. 
30S30di Stred 
Vfargfaiia Boadi, Vu-ginia 

10-144t 



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ftANK or 

1* II * * * W^mm^^m 

Hotiot^ faiNiv ghm tet. per- 
taot to tftt ei to ^mmn, • 
urndid majtinc of Ite AarebM- 
en <tf tadt oi Vlifiida BMdt win 
be Md I* lU nurin taahiBi IKWM 
at Padik knam moA titririn 
Road, tai tlM dty oi Virgtaia 
BeKh. itate «( inr^te, OB VMM- 
di^. Notv«naber ». OiS at u o'- 
dock fli tht Bwrab^ in- At pur- 
pt^ ol oQoriilHtag «d detns^ 
iag by ^« iViMRh^ an t^mmoBt. 
to nwiiv tbe nid bnk aod Rnt 
A Itecfaama NatkNiil BaaiE, to- 
drted In tte ^ of fUeteend, 
atate of Vk^Bla, vnder ^ ptth 
vWoMof tke laM of Hie IWted 
StMes, rfiaa be raMed and eon- 
fiimed, aabpsA to tbe a^voTid of 
the Oomp^lkr of ttw Ouneaef, 
W^U^M>. D C., md for the pur- 
poae of votta^ i^oo aay other mat- 
ten thfhkPtiJ to tte pmpoiod 
mei^far of tiie two baidcs. A oa^ 
jsi toe ^wgd leifemt, m^ 
ct^d 1^ a a^Jir^ of the ^ktd- 
on of each of the tvro baida, fto- 
i^diag for the nngar. u on file 
aA tlM IM^ nd nay be inspected 
during bu^neas bom. 

GEORGE T. MU1L£N. 
* . Cubkft. 



• ueMNonos 



made ad filed tel Ae dili^te 
ii a veMMidiat of flie SUte of 
lOrgUa. Oe Jait tann peat of- 
fiee tfUn» b^: Roito I, Bok 
S3, MttMl, Nortt C^nttu. 
It Is orderei pnt hi da appeit 
lure irIUi tn (W 4^ lAar 
doe p^Hftftlw hufrf. ni da 
vutt nay oa nooMfy n proses 
hta litamt li Mi lA 

A ca|9— 1Mb: ' 

JOHN V. FimBBSS. OeriE. 

By: J. Curte PMI, D.C. 
Bi^iea It ftt^a. p.% 
US L^ctai Road 
VtogMa Beach. ^nitBla 

M-i44t 



NOTICE OF raOK)SED 

BANK trntom 

Notice k b««by ^en thM i^ 
{dicatitm has been madrto tiie 
OwnptPtdlw <rf ttie OuiToicy, 
WmhingtMi 25, D. C, for his am- 
seiA to a merger of Bank of Vir- 
^a Beadi, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
^nia and First & M^climts Na- 
ti<mal Baidc, Richmood, Virginia. 

It is conten^jkrted thA aU offi- 
ce of die lAwvMuaned baidEs will 
continue to be open^ed. 

Ihis notice is poUisbed persuant 
to section 18 (c) of the Feda^ 
Depoat Insurance AxA. 

BANK. OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
^,VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 

FIRST k Ai^iaiANIS 
" NATIONAL BANK ^" 
RIOQiOND. VIRGe«nA 
Oetobar U, a m. 



O0MM0NWSiU.IH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Couri of the aty of Virginia 
on the «h day of October^ 



Order ef PobUeatiaB 
BETTY JONES THOMPSON, 

Fknatiff, a^dn^ 
KENNETH W. TitoMPSON, 

D^oidant. 
Ihe objtet of this suit Is to ob- 
tain a ^rwce a mama ti tfaoro 
to be later noei^ into a divorce 
a vinculo matrii^niii from the 
said defaidant, upon the grounds 
of d^&ticm. 
And an affidavit having been 



VnGINU: 

b the Qrcait Cmxri d ttw City 
of Viiiinia Beach n die 1^ day 
of Obtober, 1965. 

Atm Cane Order 
In the Mattor of the ESTAIC 
(W J. CAlira:N BRADY. De- 
c^sed. 

die accoisit cl tl» Vfa^a Natkm- 
d Bade and R. B. Kellua. Execu- 
ti»i of the Estate (d J. CamcJto 
ft-ady. deceased, and of die dei^ 
and donands agah^ his e^te. 
hu b^n filed in the Clerk's Oi- 
fke of this Court, and that more 
dian sbt DMmths have elapsed 
since the <pia!^atioo of the Ex- 
ecutors, on RM}tion of the Virginia 
National Bank and R. B. KeOam. 
E3^3^)n <d the Estate dt J. Cun- 
den Brady. d«:eaMd, it is 

ORXnaUSD that die oeittms 
of and all odiars interested tai the 
afor»ald Estate do show cause, 
if any they can, on the Xth day 
d November, 1968, at 10:00 o'clodE 
ajn.. before the Ch-cuit Court d 
die 0ty (A Vhginia Bead), at its 
Court Ronn, against the payn^it 
and ddii^ry d the Estate of J. 
Camden Brady, decea!«d, to the 
legatees named in his will hereto- 
fore probated la tiie Cterk's Office 
of this Quirt, wlftout requiring re- 
fubduig bonb; and ft is fortho- 

ORtHERED that the foregdng 
por^m d dda mrder be pidili^lMd 
in die Virginia Beach Sun once 
a wedc for four succe»ive '«i 

A (^py— Teste: 

JOHN V. Fl^TsTRESS. Clerk 

By: Mary M. White, TiJC, 
Itellun and Kdlam ~ 

(Stuart R. Hays) :~^^ES 
Board of Trade Bldg. 
ttotfolk, Vtegiato :s^^ 



• LidMNoneB 



l^taja Bttdi, 

f^ndantf. and 

James A. Itaplqr, Jr., Jmms P. 

McGeetai, jtaeaas E. ^ptado, Rob- 

mt C. MMrai^ «i Mim J. 

SwaaoM-, nt partaar^ 'Mf 

bu^Hi nader Av mbm of 

Muflv teA MeOaahi. St Pito^ 

can Ahm Phn MU, Vkf^ 

m&A, Vlr^ahi. Oo-DiiiaidiiHs. 

Ae object of dw iteve MtMed 

s^ pendk^ ta tte QtaM Caort 

of die a^ <rf Vlrgtata Beidi. Vb^ 

nria, hi to attach tbe pn^jisrty d 

wt di^ndant, James I. Vvas, 

kiiewn m ^to. UM Alton Road. 

Vfafhiia Beach, Vh^iia. man 

partkularly ^Krttied tt: 

All that cfftahi k^ i^ece or 
^Toi d land, with dw ImM- 
h^ and improi^noits th««on. 
situate in die Oly of Vh^ala 
Bmdti, ^Ir^a, nd karan, 
muubo^ and d^d^ated m Lot 
.nve ENindrd F^orty-two (Sfi) 
M^-dlewB on ttw (dat of SectioB 
Wmi (4), Thttnqf^^ood. a^ich 
said ^t is duly of recnri ^ta tte 
qerk 's Office of the Orcidt 
Qwrt <rf &e aty d ^rtrginia 
Beadi. Virg^Dla, in Map Book 
«, it page B, 

in die lumk of the Co-D^Mdairts 
and the inddbtethi^s owi^ by 
said 0}-Def«idants to said defend- 
ant, and to subject the s«ne to 
Ae paymeirt d the InlebtMlneas 
of said James I. FislMr to die 
{rfaintiff in the mm d Tw«^- 
Flve Hundred ($2500.00) Dollars, 
wfth interest tram S^itonber lat, 
1165, until paid. 

Affidavit Iwvii^ been Ally ^d 
tlti^ dw priiKipal ddendant is a 
noo-resklsnt of this State and that 
his 1^ known addr^ is c/o 
Tieent MOls, Rome, Geor^, md 
tt appearta^ ttat sorvlee v^m 
said {riodpal defendnt caimot 
l^ had in Uiis state, it is ordered 
that he do app^o-. widiin ten days 
after Aie publication of this order, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect his inter^Gi herein. 

And it is ordered that this order 

be published once a week fw 

four successive wedts in the Vir- 

giaia Beadi Sun. a new^pApe- 

I published in the Ci^JlLy^'Sinia 

Beadi, Virginia, ; 

I Teste: '^^ '■ •. --lCL'^- 

. JOHN V. PENWESS, C^ 

By: R H. West, D. C 
Petar 0. MiDff. p.q. 



• iMQs^H&mm 



«Mch ^ ^ ^ m£P Ift iha 
Ovk's once d d« i^ol OmU 
of fte agr ef ^nrgMi iMM^Vl^ 
^^. tai M^ Book Hi pigi m 
Aai it i^Mhigftam 0»vim- 
wmm d tbm m d oiiMt 

ait-ij t-a , , „ I- ^^J L_ iiw If' il rt |4 

Ens ns^o no of aumavit mmg 

ntA." 

itbtth tbm <ha dWjwni Imi 
been wad fagr aad en heUf of tta 
coB^toart to Mcetteta to n^ 
cou^ w corporation Ae detod- 
•Bte, Viriat 91am, Sabert 9tom, 
tmA tta imb^ davlsaa i. Mi aoe- 
«nen to tNte d Lnwel Stone 
mdde, wtttoiA elfoct, ^dt kit 
ksoim port dBcM adi|reaB batag 
Vkgiflia BeMh, Vb^. 

(Seoeod): IhM certeln of die 
drfepdi^ ^ M tttt D^ ham 
RUtfTtod, ttid if ao, te nraai and 
didr reap«:Cive (xnaorta we m- 
kaMm. and Ibdr laat kaown post 
1^^ ■ddreaaii are oAaown. 
tlMt asoia 'of ttem nugr have 
Aed laivl^ heirs, di^riaen, » 
pmenal ryeseida thyes. ff ao. 
die nsmM d said heirs, deviaees, 
and pwmmd r epr e scn tattvw are 
wk t ffm and 1h^ fast pert iMn 
are udmown. thrt 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, November 4, 1965 



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get results! 



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BUSNESSB^VICe 



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fieUM nprtra. Pk* 19 «id de- 
Wtmy. FboM OMM. f\^ 
Feed h BuMog Suppto. be. 

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We ipocialM ta UtefaiB oMaeta, 
heme hBp w vw iBBi a and my 
type ol Am iwk. OiA Ponda- 
rosa IllQ Work al ao« Soutt 
LyMhav«i Road. S«Mni «r !«- 
1882 aveoiii^ « 

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QASFKT r AC18 \ 
I can aeH ptffiset 17.9 Dupont 
Ml i^SB . . . mi s^re yard. 
mM bmrs rtwared nylon . . $4.90 
Bquaj« ywd. « colors. CaU Mr. 
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RB^AL REAL BTAlfl * 



VIRGINU 

Da die Clerk's Office of die Cir- 
cutt Court of die C5^ of ^rglnia 
Beach mi die 15th day of Octcdlwr. 
19SS. 
Mikired F. Fisher, Plaintiff. 

v%. ' ^ 

IwcoA I. Fidier, c/o Trent Mills, 

Rome. Ge(a-gia, Prindpal De- 

fi^yiart. and 
Ihomas E. :&irt and Orfane H. 

Burt, 1504 Adams Road, Vir- 



iriRGiNlA^ ^ 

hi tfe derk's Office of B» C5^ 
cuit Court of the City of Virgtaia 
Beadi on the l«fa di^ of 0(^A^. 
1*5. ■•"•'*'■* 

IN CHANOSRY 
DANIEL SHERMAN SMITH. JR.. 

Con^lainant, vs. 
VIOLET STONE, ROBERT 

STONE. ET ALS, Defendants. 
Order of Pahficatfoa 

The object of the above styled 
ant is to ^tablish and (|uiet tl^ 
titte in tbe complainai^ Daniel 
Sherman Smidi. Jr., to the pn^ 
erty descrttied as Pared No. 7 
on die Plat of Newaome Farm, 



di»« are tNT B^t be penraa 
odier thtti ttnse named hi die 
BUi of QNi^daint inta-ested in die 
real ^ate to be disp(»ed of ta 
diis suit whose names and lart 
kmmn pmt (^ce addresses are 
udcnown. 

It is, ttienrfore, ORDERED diat 
die above named persons, if livii^ 
awl if dead, their heirs, deviseen, 
1^ per^mal reia-esentativN. and 
if married, dieir reflective oin- 
s(nts. and all <persi»is (Aher Iha 
dM»e herein named, liba are or 
m^t be interested in Uie real 
ertate to .be disposed rf in diis 
miit. wh(»e names are unknown, 
do appear within toi days al^ 
due 'publication of dus aotk» aikl 
do what \& necessary to pn^ert 
diehr interests. It is fiirtto- ORr 
DEBED diat die foregdng portkn 
of his order be publi^ied once a 
week f«- four wccesdve weds 
in the Virginia Beach &in, a i^ws- 
paper circulate in the Cly of 
Vfa^ia Beach, Virginia. 
J. V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By Mary M. White, D.C. ^^ 
Bai»rd Glasser. p.q. 
804 Plaza Orn 
Norfolk 10, \rirgarfa 



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NOTICE! 
Qntractors & Hnne BuiUert- 
Let us help you widi diat new 
home — additk»s — or n^palrs. 
We on hmdrti matarials frtun 
base nw d, to atdc and aki yon in 

flnanrli^. 
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Sll^a^t MACHINE: In like new 
crtikirt. SG-ZAGS. Mirins btftton- 
hfrtee, fancy attdies, and dams, 
fcte. Local party mi^ assume pay- 
n«rts of $11.14 nwBdily or pay 
coniilete balance of |S6.eo. FuU 
datijis and where se«i write: 
National's Credit Dept., Box 814, 
L^mdiburg. Virguiia. 11-4^ 



WmiNCEMENTS 



10 Spaclai Noficas 

ANY PERSON witoessii* m a* 
tomoMle accidlHl tt jdie Meraeep^ 
tjcm d Tii^inia BeaiA Blvd. and 
Plaza IVad, Virgtaia Beach, Satr 
urday, 'S^tanber 4, 19K, about 
10 A.M inw^ing a sportacar (TR- 
4) and a black Ford, {d^ise caB 
MA 1-2307 OT wrUe The Virginia 
Beach Sua, ' Box No. IM. 



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porkid nimnal iOneaa or accMenta. 
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8-19-tfn 



AjWNINGS 



ALCOA Aluminian siding. FYee 
estimates. CaU 420-1284 8-19^ 



COSMETICS ft PBtFUMES 



Msrie Norman Cosmetics 

Marie Norman Cosmetk» now 
hM a ^udk> at 22nd ft Adantk: 
Ave. Phone 42M153. 8-19-tn 



PAINTING 



Paindng, Rocking, Ospeirtry 
wtxt - No down pa^noit. lat 
payment 6 months, after work is 
cmiqdeted. 82^6141 or 625-6052. 



PAINTING — fiiterior, artertor; 
woric done re^oiably; free ^i- 
mates: call 5454410. 



nASTRING 



PATCHWORK 

^ledaMl RaQn&, ce'iUigs, in- 
(UvMual win <to, at low»t ea^ 
ftee ttrtimirte. Any size job. MA 
7-4097. 8-i»4fn 



V&miAN BUNDS 
BW«>S 



ALTERATIONS - Rep^« and 
washing. CaU Carl, 63i>7S30. C. 
A. Lincblad Co., 806 W. »di St 

I II ■ 



CONCRETE WORK 



DRIVEWAYS - WaHcs, 40 centa 
square foo^- patio 12'xl^, $06. J. 
D. Baker. 855-2414. 



OoKTete plachig wA fiidridng; 
custom wihIc; ^Wttte Concreoa 
Service; <fial ShMOI. 



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OIARUSi L. BLACK-«OQerete 
wortc, (frivwniys, wifts, pttioa. 
p(a-clMs; frai ertimMli; 54$- 
0614, anytime. 8-l»-tfii 



TIU 



Ceramic vinyl asirfialt InstaUa- 
ttons and repairs. .\K%itoide 
Ttte. Dial UL 3^]86L 8-mfia 



BRICK 
FILL 

Ideal For Roadways 
SpecaHzing In 

• Used Lumber and 
Bitildii^ MiAp^p^ 
HAUVMadOMl 

co^lHC, 

MA 






• 



tftl 



1 USQ) <^ Oow humoe. Kr^dty. 
Foreed ixdX. and ctatnilaticm. MO. 
1 atoM^ new wall gas heater with 
fan and thermostat. 20,000 BTU. 
$40. DeHart Construction. 317 
Great Neck Road. ll-44!a 



111 ApartnMnts Fumlshad 

185.00. 3 rorans and bath. FuUy 
furnished. AU utiliUes.' 210 22nd 
Stre^. Apply afttt 5 p.m. l&-»tfn 



RENTAL IttAL ETTATl 

lis HMraM—PwmliNd 



FURNISiED effictency apartimnt. 
3 rooms and bath. 206-28th Stre^. 
Call 4K-1273. lft»it 



VHUIINU BEAOI - Near baMt 
and b^dh. ansU eottap te^ 
idsbed. No deposto. |60 «p»di. 
Cmqik (fflty. No pete. 3«aa8. 

MMft 



LOW winto- ratK untU June lit, 
or yearly. Also mondily. Located 
in the heart of die beach, near 
ocean frcmt. 488^13. 10-21-U^ 



COMPLETELY fumislwd two bed- 
roon apartment. |75 pa: nxmth. 
One bedroun, $60. Alio motel 
man, f tfJO per wedcr CaU^ 4»< 
M60. 10-21-tfn 



NEW AND REPAIR wl)RK 

Pknabtag - HeaOog 

Mectrical — Afr CooAtioidiv 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 

AND EUSCIRICAL 

suppLosRs, \m. 

Phone 42MB0O 
11-5-tfn 



EMPLOYMENT 



40 Halp Wantad— P«imI« 



PLENTY of buslneM! Ezcdlenl 



(^portunity. Ifi^ coRunMidQO. Bn- 
nus plan and odm- incoitives. U- 
cesised or unUcensed -wil) trala 
Part trnie — fidl time. Lynnnaven 
Coloi^ and Vh-ginia Beach Area. 
See Jadi Qross. Compass Real 
Esl^ Co., 2906 Shore Drive. 464- 
3S83. 944fa 



"f ^^W^B ▼tRWW^^^""'^t1w^» 



.IPPORT- MTY PO.t MAN IN 
OUR IUF.L OIL Dfi'APr^lUNT 
R£2^Y TO P.O. BOX 81, STAT- 
ING \G:i, EXS^SIT^N li k\V 
«RrRW?t1»^=Pa CMANL-^T 
POSITION. MJ-.at-'f'' 



PLENTY of ImshiMsi Excellent 
«^pa-tunity. High commMon. Bo- 
nus {dm and odMr inee^ives. Li- 
oensed or unliMnsed— will train. 
Part time — full time^ I^mnhaveo 
Cokmy and Virgiaia Beadi Area. 
See Jack CrtMs, Compass Real 
Estate Co., 086 Shore Drive. 464- 
8683. »4^ 



HANDMADE dghteeidi centory 
^le corner ci^rfaet |^.0O. AM 
wool gri^ broadloom carprt and 
pad UT' by 2S'10'*. Over SO square 
yards $150.00. 2 Panb*-ok<) tables 
$S.00. each 1 crown and end table 
$25.00. 1 V«ietlan sctte paiiRing 
$40 00. Call 428-7672. 



Needed — 3 men tanmediately for 
many gf tnJnae (»t^am. MiMt 
be attenttve and career mkided. 
CaU 42a«142. 

11-19 tfh 



CAB DRIVERS. Servtee mm 'ae- 
(spted. NO eiqmienoe seceWMty- 
$854125 weekly. We pay for City 
permit. Also free rown r«it. Safe- 
way Taod, 3782 Sh(wre Drive, Vb- 
ginia Beach. 464^261 9-2Mfn 



42 Heb Wanted 
Male or Female 



HEAL ESTATE: Sales persona 
needed where die action is. Ex* 
perioice not essenbaL We will 
train and bdp you H you have a 
buraii^ desire and ffnMt (Mvnu- 
n^im to be suc(»sat«ri. Gooimn- 
^ar-H(^an, ResdenCial Sl^ 
Onrp. For Mormatioa caU Jot 
Peters, 340-3232. U446l 



y 



MANPOWER. frIC. 
MBSlBmx MEKM 




We have wimMdiate apaJOTmnta, 
xsaB$ ad^u:^ loVl^^ l^each. 

NO PIS! 
Tidie off bdwoen jobs j^itt do-, 
lirMMroik on diek« tefi^^orpty 
jdM wha oonvoiient to jM^. 
Ycsiut wiw for fiMervfeff and yto 

f8 BOMk'sM 

8<9Mftl 



#3 J 



mM^ 



LAPY DttBte day «adc CaV m- 
1278 after 6 ^Ri; m^ 

.1 I M ■ ■ M l, ,■■■■ I » 



HPM*** 



SO Auslneaa, OmmrtmdMm 



mcoMB - flPAfiE fms 

No sdtb^^ HflfiU Md collect 
0M>ney fi^ New Type cwn op- 
erated ittfiaiiti <■ iMk *l^9i 
Must have car, referoices, $^ to 
|U50 cash. 1^ anm wMkly can 
0^ excelled iaoxm. M<m time 
can renlt in amm maagy. Fd 
P««>nal interview write C^I^3P, 
INC.. 64i> VlRGItoA AVE.. 
pmSBUUGH, PA.. £211. ^lude 
ftnoe Qusnt^. U-4-it 



AUTOMATIC 1985 
SINGER ZIG-Z.\G 
Beautiful condition. No attacfa- 
meda we needed to make but- 
tonholes, monogrwnl eto. Take 
wet 6 payments of pVi or $C2.60 
ca^. Call now. CredK ch^rtment 
8S3-SB11. lM84fn 

9i HouaahoM Goods 



APARTMENTS « rooms. Weekly 
or monthly. Heated. AU utilities 
funiislwd. Apply Town House Mo- 
t^ 206 24di Street 10-21-tfn 



FURNiaiED HOUm Uvteg 
room, bedroom, I^Aea, bath. 
Low yearfy rental CaU 484062 
or 428-1358. 11-4-tt 



111 Ranfor Sale 



Stadki i^Murtmotf, fomii^e^ In- 
cluding all utUities. Gas beat. Ah^ 
ccndltioned. Good kicatfpn. Yeiurly 
rent of seventy-five dollars ($7S.- 
00) per monUi. CaU 428^tt0 or 855- 
5861. 10-14101 



for roit by owner. S||otew 2- 
bedroom apartmoit. Cau 428-3196, 
S:30 to 7:30 pm. 1041-tfn 



BB" 



Por U» fln«ft fcimihire upholste^ 
b^ and rdiniiAing call 428- 
63T7. Hilltop Upholstering Co.. 
1000 Vir^Wa Beach Boulevard. 
Free estimates-pk^-up and de- 
livery. New Kid usee! .furniture 
for sale. 

7-3S4fo 



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RWTAL «&t ESTATE 



1 \Q A^aftments Unf wm. 



LC»4D0N BRIDGE - Gatewood 
^srk. Duptex apertmoite tor rantr 
Stove and r^rigerator. $7<MiB8 pei 
moiidi. Mr. DeHart 340«91, 34^ 
IB71. 34I>«)11. lUm 



2 MIDROOMS, living room, dinii^ 
room, kitchen, badi. firrt fkwr, 
3«rd. Convoitent to slwj^i^. Rea- 
sonable yearly rental. Ph(»e own- 
er - 425W16 or 428-2143. 940^ 



APARTMENTS — FbniislMd or 
unfkffidihed. Yearty or aeeaaoid. 
Cooper Bfliilty, 306 2Kfa Street, 
428-1331. Ifighte 426^31 

U-tfo 



Several fUndshed and unfunii^ied 
aputmenU in the Lynnhaven 
Ccdony area. Sine Drive. CaJl 
Om^iaas Real Estete Cmnpany. 
«fg81 8-26-tfa 

111 Apartmants Fumiahod 



CCMdPLEn^Y fomished. 1 and 2 
ro(mi ^claiKiffl. Stone 'with waU 
to wall carprt. $80. monUily, in- 
dudii^ wi^r. CaU 42Mm or 
42»4t701. 1^23-tfn 

GaVAUER DRIVE - Furnished 
4-rooin' cottage. Call MA 2^575 or 
GA 



1 «)d 2 bednxmis near base. 1 
near ooeu. Year round, rental. At- 
IraOUvely furnished. Call 42fr«297. 

10-28-thi 



LONDON BRIDGE - 213 Gate- 
wood AveaiM. Furnished one bed- 
room apartments. Water furnished. 
IBS per'moMb. Mr. DottHt. 340- 
8811, 3IM971, 340«11. llH^tfn 

N(^TR END — Small {^raished 
j^iailnient. Small rental. libcchange 
flat occupancy during winter. Call 

428^751. , 10-281t 

-*-i-^ . , . — -Z 



lAJXURY siunmer tiaSk kpart- 
noents for mat« rentil. De^ed 
far disoiminadi^ cOupttt or bach- 
elors. 'Kttchra, tfnii^ area, bar 
(BvklBr, and swinmdi^ po<ri. All 
utttides fondqhed. Apply, BUUE 
MARLON LOIXSE. 3411 Pacific 
A^mtie. M»4fo 



(MM^k — dkmimiSy^ apart- 
iAeot Flehty stor^l^ ^aidiaillal 
ai«a iteir base hm, large yttd 
Owntac. 4i8-llB6. S-29-tf n 



CAVALIER DRIVE-5pacious 2 
bet&ooMi, taiisM, lar o^^- 
tliaod. Ittat, «asbir * irytr. CaU 
MA 2 4575 or GA 8-4205. »-29-lt-P 



FURNISHED apartntient - living 
nxnn, bedhxan, kitdi^nette, bath 
& teiga clM^ 0«iforM4e, clean 
wdl l^ted, c«itral locatkm. Near 
<sem. ftf ptt" mokiL Vfeiter fu^ 
Bisbed. (M «V«0O or 428-7827. 

lO-21-tto 



One wd two bedkoMS imMnd 
apertmoKs. Year ro^ G^ 
42Mfa4or <2He66. 

2 BElSUXMiIS. KHOTtY PINE 
UVSJG ROOM- MODERN KITCH- 
EN AND BATH. MONTHLY OR 
YEARLY RENTAL. 6 MiOCHS 
FROM OCEAN. CONVENIENT 
TO FT. STORY AND OCEANA 
N.A.S. CALL 587-4776: IF NO AN* 
$WER CALL BACK IN MORN- 
ING. 8*lln 



PINEWOOD GARIOINS - Ne» 

beach and bas^. WiU r^t for $119 
pel monuT or sett, ray fow UKr 
assume paynnei^ of $86 per 
m<8^. Owmr wiS help finance. 
Call 340-1444 anytime 1(^14-^ 

real estate for sale 



\j.t nous«» for :Mo 



pURNiaiED fqiartment now fix- 
rent. Year round rate. Heat aid 
water furnished. Also winter rate 
f<»- workers md teachers. Call 
H. G. Moore. Jarvia k Kitchen, 
428-7755. 8-^ tfn 

Austin's CoaM Motel Apartm^rta, 
206 - WOx Street E^doicy 
qiffitnienta. Afi utUttes fo^ 
nished. Alio, 4-rooin apartment 
and furdMid woaa.^^Bhfk 
from Bus Steticm. By wedK or 
month. 

tfo 



VIRGINIA BBACH-^Chok!e neigh- 
borhood near Cavalte HoteL 
Quaint Early Ammcan bikk wUh 
^te roof, in beautifid setta^. HriS 
4 beiH(um, 2^ badis, carter ball 
Un^ $40,000. Call 4^4441 Frank 
AdAMon Real Estate, S«h # At- 
bintle Ava., Vta|^ Beadi. 

BAOC BAY SXniON - (km 
Bridge Ro«! near Ctoiity Ohirdi. 
New 3 bedroom, IM batti home 
on 2V4 acre site. Price ^388.80. 
L(MX)N BRIDGE ROAD, lifot- 
tki^iam EsUtM. New hr^ 
homes. 3 bednxxn, 1^ badi, fifty 
wat^. Good JBnancing. $17,908 to 
$W486.,E^ 

DUPUOC: Gatewood Park, Lee- 
don Brid|e. 2245 Potter Road. 
Good raital property. Has 2tf bf 
32' bkick buikUng tm rear el lot 
Price , $16,800. 

Mr. .J^eHart 34IMIS91 - 340^871 
S40«ll. ll-44to 



CLASSIF^^PUV 
NSTRUCTONS 



Livmg nxnn, bedroom, Utdien, 
baUi. Conveni(^ to tibop^ag, 
churches, laundromat. Very 
reasonable yearly rental. Pa^c 
Av«HM. Phone owner tt&-6016 
or 428-2ie. 

7-29-^ 

1 BEDROOM M>aUhed i^artment 
AU titttiaa tenidied, uae (tf au- 
tomade walhtag machhie. Yearly 
rental. $80 per meoth. CaS 428- 
8682. ' 9-94fa 

113A Houses, Fumi^ied 
or Unfumlslied 



2 BEDROOM, living room, kitdien 
and bath. Nko yard. Avaitebte 
immediately. Call 42^-2090. 

11-4-V 



House, Uiree bedrooms, unha-- 
nished. 515 IHaewood IMve; Vhr- 
ginia Beaob. Yearly rental. Call 
428-3681 or 8S»^1. 10-14-lpt 

FURNISHED a* unfurnished— ga- 
rage apartmrnt. 2 b«lroam, livhig 
ruum wd kitd^i. Water lUN 
nished. $65 nwntUy. Availabte. 
Call 42&«^. 10^1-thi 



Several fomished and uafurnuhed 
hmises in the Lyanhaven Ccdwy 
area. Shore Drive. Call Ccs^ass 
Real Estate Cottpaay, I8I<3$8S. 

MNfnl 



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AUCTIONS 



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Auction Company 



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BrlatowllardiiB. Director 

312 • SStk StrMt 

Virginia B««cb 



REAL ESTATE 



Saka - Botfids 

Curtuin RiftB^ 

Siort-term az»} yearly 

ANCHOR REALTY 

428-7421 Miyttaie for tBndee. 



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Servii^< Virginia Beech 

1369 LaaUa Rd^ Va. BeMh 

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GArden B-40t0 



Fheplace 



WOOD 

W^delver 
428-2I6S iO^tfn 



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EXA(M <^imsi 

State Lteente Tnpta^Utrj 

Day a»d Ernniac GlKMes 

ClaMes Instrac^ By Prae- 

tifehig Attomaj and A Li- 

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PaM State B oi ^d £iMn 

Easily — EwreU Mew 

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Experienced School 

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PHONE MA 2-3074 



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ElectriMl 

W. C JOHNSON 

32t-miiSft^el 

Vircinia Beach 

Phona GA 8-4671 



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HOME mPaOVEMENfS 
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OFFERS COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE 
RBIDENTIAL SALES 

• COMMERCIAL & INVESTMENT PROPERTIES 
• RENTALS (Yearly and S^^isonal) 
I LAND DEVELOPING 
• FARM SALES 

• DEVELOPER'S AGENT 

• ALL TYPES OF FINANCIN( 




Main Off !c« At 
1705 LASKIN RD. HILLTCMP 



428-2901 



BROKIR 
B)WARO P. BR06AN 



TWO-RAIL RUSTIC FEN 





N*t« h«w fTteefnlly thto Uw 
takM th« ewTe. Up and dowB 
toriniB •qoallj aefouabl*. 

No apkMp reqairad. for this long -life fence. Tlio toafcr 
it ate* tke nere beautiful it bacomae. Ernsy to inttall. 
Fall Imtraetioae faraial ' ^ 



ARTISTIC - DURABLE 
BILL MACDONALD S 

•IRDNICK ROAD 

Virginia Beach "^ 
Lumber ^ Suppif 




lumbw and Plywood cut tp tlx«^ 

GA 8-2981 

OPEN* SATURDAYS-ALL DAY 

HARDWARE - BUILDING MATERIALS 
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tMI iMiictiM oil>M«^r 
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MMtocM a "compact" 
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and In-home testing proves that 
oil burner efficiency can be In* 
creased by as much as 42% 
with the simple addition of a 
Texaco Jet Flame Booster. 

The unit consists of stabilizer 
blades and the end cone. The 
stabilizer blades start the air 
moving in a swirling pattern. The 
air then mixes with the fuel oil 
to form a combustible mixture. 
Finally, the end cone shapes the 
air-oil mixture to form a com- 
pact, swirling, clean > burning 
flame. 

Telephone vfipw ... ask us ro 
show you how we can keep your 
home warm and comfortable at 
tow cost 




Thnv'a probaMy ■ nt for every periMi ta Ihe 11. t. A., fsvorta rf 
the Natkmal Pest Control Association esUmate. I^th tMe hvmtm |M|n- 
latim growing, the rat populatlra will Hkewlae mardi upwiiN $ 
pnt experienee te aay guide. 



ALDBPE &XHAMBERS, Inc. 

' Exterminators 
PEST CONTROL EXPERTS 

^Kre you able to feed your fair share of the Rat 
i . population outlined (by National Pest Con- 
trol Association bn this page. 

• Rats and Mice are looking for warm popula- 
^""^ Hon explosion places for the winter months 

- ahead. >'h' - p^:f^' - -*'4:;t.-** 

• They may be looking for your home Or ettab* 

lishment. 

• lot us evaluate your Rat and other Peirt Con^ 

trol problems - NO CHARGE. , 

• We guarantee complete satisfaction. 

• iMve us a chance to serve you. 

• We are as near as your telephone. 

r - Call Us Now - Phone 340-8262 



317 Great Neck Road, Virginia Beach, Va. 

Loadoa Bridge 



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DEALING DIREa WITH LENDERI 



OUR RATES ARE THE LOWEST BECAUSE: 
1. We lend 4>iir own money. 4. No apoUcatkn fees. 
t. N« B/okerage charges m ibh 5. No hMen chtagtM. 

coimtlBg <rf notes. | 6. Pre-|»ynmit i^trO^es. 

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Between Johnston B«ad and Norriew Ave 

TV JO*^T nppinijg i«'TT« nfva Rf;c:mFNTV^V- 

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>X 7(^ 



Um BAY~VIMNNIA BEACH-PH. 426-5855 



tONNE 

P.0, ho: 



What art the qualiHes 
thai moke a star? Ability Is 
all-important. The natural 
alhi«t«, for Initanct, hot <i 
talent for th» tpott In which 
h« or ah* exctli. 

But, ability fin't tnougii. 
It's lik* knowledge. It must 
be put to use. The athlete 
must stay *'in condition". Ho 
must hain. He must pradiceih 
He must put forth effMt lo 
make the best use of whohi 
ever natural obiUly he pos- 
sessffts. 

Jn business, tome peofrfe 
have a natural fiair for court* 
tng success. But, her* to<^ 
•ffort Is Impoilant. No on* 



wants to buy from a series- 
man who is half-hearted and 
Indifferent. If you control 
for some partioikv service, 
you are In some manner im- 
pressed by thf atflhttis! of th* 
people with vrfHMn you do 
business. 

So^ ¥^otevar your neechi, 
may ¥f* si^gert you look 
first to the, local binlness 
communliy. Hie iWfHilable 
businenmcm hc« o bodt* 
ground of swi^ce fe Mm am' 
munHy. Ito makes Ih* effMl 
to pleose bjieaus* he loiows 
that his iiitor**nioeess Is de- 
pwidairf upon continued 
good perforaHnc*. * 



Trade at HoweJ;'^*;;*! 

And To Get The Most For Your Money, 
Shop The Merchants Who Advertise In The 

VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 



If S A RAT RACE ANO 
THE lATS ARE^ WINNM6 



N^ JtJlSEY — TlM ra^ is 
increesta^y con^iUcated \f$ ovir- 
pc^MMloa of urban slun areas mid 
the ciMbiued shift of popiMioii 
to wtMoHMa, r^vti I^. lU^ E. 
Heal. £]»c^ive Seo'^ary erf die 
Nmkn^ Pest Omtrol Associatton: 
. The nit pi^latJMi, ptrinte out 
Dr. Heal, itfwut «)uaJs the hunan 
(xqadatlim in ttte bntted ^Stat^ 
and, despite recmt intensive fSiA- 
icMien campaigns t^ nwiticipali- 
ties, there appears tw m no- 
^esibli. deellBe in the total mun- 
bar of rata. , 

As a rt^ult, it is cdpting us aboi* 
pk per year to feed^each rM, he 
points out. De^ructim by rats will 
anuwnt to from oie to ten biilkm 
dt^iars. and we are spending ap- 
prcodmately |SS milli<m for ch«n- 
<cals In an ettort to destroy man's 
evw-fTfaent iw tett menace. 

Overcrowding in large uitow 
w^a»— particularly in slirni areas- 
has been responslbie \<at a sharp 
rise in the rat population, an in- 
crease in rat bite rqwrt^ and 
Bt^ped-up campaigns by cities to 
ke^ rodents under cmtrol, says 
Dr. Heal. 

In New Y(M-k City, a $1 million 
per year {K^grnn was launcii^ 
^sk year. Similar but smalter 
pn^ams have bem initiated and 
improved In Detroit, Atlanta, Mii- 
waultee. New Orleans, Chicago, 
Kmisas City, Denver. Albuquerque 
and other cities. 

Snne municipalities are backing 
iqi eradication efforts with a wide- 
spread echicatkmal program and 
n«>re stringent rat-proofing regu- 
tatioM. In DetroH, f(H- instance, 
ttw Rodei^ Ctmtrol Division is 
vrarkii^ with a large number of 
block clubs involved in a neigh- 
borhood conservation program. 
ConvWtion for an unsanitary yard 
or alley can resutt in a ^DO fuie 
or 90 da^ in jffll."^^^^ ^r^^TS^ 

Reports frt»n the U S. Commu- 
nicable Disease Cento* indi<»ite 
that rat iitfei^tions are spreading 
oirt in newly devetoped suburban 
areas which, a few year's ago, 
wwe qpen ooui^. Hartwrages tor 
rate are provided by tocj fruit- 
beariius sfanifabo-y and ifaes jn 
these are«. 




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BAROAINS 




R£POSESSED «NGER Sewing 
Madiine— FdQy equipped to zig- 
zag, overcast, etc.; full sizp, 
l^vy dutv, round bobbin. Pay 
U^-away balance of $56.90 or 
small monthly payment' 



BRAND NEW unclaimed sew, 
bv{ roacUne mid cabinet, 
equipped to zig-zag. ovei 
etc. Originally sold for $19; 
Pay ky-away balance of $39.60 
tf 6 pa^nmits of $$.60. 



iaSP06E$S^ WHITE SEW- 
BIG IIACHNE-WIU zig-zag, 
ovmi»st, tkb. Bafamce ti $27.50. 
Cadi or S paynwits of $5.50 and 
itsybursi. 

lEROlT^ ALL 
MAKB&. MODELS 

MCCAR 

%Wmm CitiTER 
Ave. 



1 7^£ffe 



•SMfll 



"Ae ^amMH^ tbm i^s noay 
be devi^¥^ rc4itmiee to th^mi- 
tfcM^uIaiA rodeitfddes inchnttng 
^m number one retaitar. warfm'- 
in. and thb situate is t^eii% 
watdie^ carefi^ by the pe^ jcoi^ 
\xtA kidustry, l^r.Hma says. War- 
tarta reslrtmice in Nmway x^ 
was first rqsorted and contiim^ 
(» a farm in W^t ScotlaiKl in 
1958. In late 19^ a pc^nilation of 
Norway rats pt>v«i to be war- 
tarin r^istai^ in Jutlmid, Iten- 
mm*. 

niee have bea no r^puts of 
warfarin resistance in the United 
Stat», but Or. Heal advises that 
pest control opa-atore throughmit 
the Gouirtry have been averted to 
be on the lookoiA for such signs 
and have been urged to maintain 
rooeiH control at tl^ high^ possi- 
bl e level. l ^ — 



Chanicals canned do the job 
alone declared Dr. Heal. If the 
rat ceiBus is to b2 reduced, edu- 
cation ami control programs mi»t 
be intensified and maintained on 
a tong-term basis. Otherwise, we 
may be in danger of losing tie 
American rat race. 



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Men Honored 

HEADQUARTERS, FLEET MA- 
RINE FORCE, ATLANTIC, NOR- 
FOLK, VA. — r (wr Noriollc based 
Marines have been decorated dur- 
ing formal cer^nonies held at 
Camp Elmore's athletic field re- 
cently. ' , 

Lieutenant General Alpha L. 
Bowser, CMnmanding , General, 
Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic, pre- 
sented medals in behalf of the 
PresWent of the United States and 
the Secretary of the Navy to Lieu- 
tenant ColOTels John L. Tobin and 
George A. Babe, Cajrtain Royall 
W. Geis, and Master Sergeant Jer- 
aniah R Foley, 

LtCol. Tobin was decwated with, 
toe Legion of Me-it Medal, "For 
exceptionally meritorious conduct 
to the performance ot outstanding 
service as Force Embarkation Ctf- 
ficer. Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic 
and 11 Marine Expeditiraary Fwce 
from Septonber 1963 ^ Dei»^t^ 
19fil" 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, November 4, lf65 
Page 8-B 




noUi from IjotA^ 

Agricultural Agent 



f. H "DiaC COCKRELL, JR. 



UCol. Tobin reskles in thie 900 
block on Gaieral Beaur^ard 
EWve, in Virginia Beach with his 
wife, Nancy and their three chil- 
dren. 

Lt. Col. Babe, who Uves in the 
4600 block on Bradston Road, in 
Virginia Beach With his wife. Anna, 
and their three children, was pre- 
sented the Navy Cagamndation 
Medal, "For outstancfingperform- 
ance of duty while serving as 
Force Engineer, Fleet Marine 
Force, Atlantic and II Marine Ex- 
peditionary Force from March 
tnrough December 1964.'* 

Capt. Gas was the recipient of 
two air medals, his fiftn and sixth, 
"For meritwious achievement in 
aerial fli^t as a designated Heli- 
copter Aircraft Cwnmander . . . 
during combat support missions 
in support rf the Republic of Vwt 
Nam against the insurgent com- 
munist guerrilla forces (Vief Co'^) 
from Odober 1964 through May 
1985." 

Capt. vieis resides with his wife, 
Geri in the 2800 block. Queen 
Aiuie Road, in Virginia B^di. 

The Brmze Star Medal was pre- 
sented to *ras^ Foley "For meri- 
torious serVl(&Bln connection wit^ 
operations involving contJict wit*: 
an opposing foreign force while 
SMPving as an advisor in the Re- 
public of Viet Nam." 

MSgt. Foley resides in the 5500 
okx* (Ml Odessa Drive,* in Vir- 
ginia Beach with his wife, Betty 
and their three chilcta'en. 



Blake Speaks 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Preston 
Blake, Jr., wiU speak Friday, at 
tfie Lutheran Church iA the Good 
Shei^ierd at 11:00 A. M. in ob- 
swvance <rf WorW Cwnmunity 
Day. His aibject is "The United 
Nations — ■ a powerful force tx 
peace." 

] Mr. Blake is past i»«ndrat fA 
the United^, Nations AssodatKuis, 
Norfolk Chapter, is vice president 
<rf HeaMh, Welfare, and Recrea- 
tion Planning Council (rf the Com- 
nuinities, and a maryier <rt board 
of IMnectors of the United Ckuin- 
munities, and a monb^ of board 
<tf Directors of the United Com< 
nHmit^ Fumi. 

A iMbyHsitting service is {mivid- 
ed and tanc^ will be served. 



WATER — THE E^ENTIAL RESOURCE 

•Water is rapidly gaining the In^jortant role it desmrw in .*e 
{daiming (rf all facets <rf our society. Dr. Browning, director of the Iowa 
AgricuJtiral Eb^riment SUtion. recently commented that, "NotWng Is 
more vital to a modern ecoriMTiy Oian water. We need it to sustain tm 
liws, t% grow our crops, tq water our livestock, to move «ir hee»y 
e«^, to <Bspo»B of our wartes, pofww our induirtr^. for manufacturing 
processes, for air condiUonteg, for many recreatwnal activities, and for 
a host of other uses. It elm be our master-or used properly, it can be 
a powerful, ^ict«it, and econonncal servant of man." • 

Virginia farmers are particularly fortunate to have such wonikr- 
ful water resources avaOable to them. While daring drought periois 
we may question tWs, tiie record nevertheless sh^ws tiiat both amounU 
4«d- distratiution -otour water mx^^^^ss. zst\er^ gMnLThe question t|en 
arises, are we doing ttie beM possible j<* in conserving and making 
benefidal use <^ diese things which nature has beai so genermis te 
sui^lying? What more cou'd we do te increase the infiltration of our 
rainfall into the soil where it falls so that it will remaLi available for 
later use by the growing crops? 

The soil serves as ttie plant's r'ser\'oir rf moisture. Most o^ants 
contain from 65 to 90 percent moisture. Because of low w.ater use ef- 
f ciencies, great quantities of vater pass through plants during their 
A- velorment am! therdsy prowde the essential processes necessary for 
their growth. Generally, the grain crops ret^e 30O to 600 pounds (rf 
water to produce one pound of dry matter, dhd scmie of the legumes 
mav re(juire up to 1000 pounds d water per pound of dry crop. The 
period when water supply is most critical is normally. when the plant is 
making its most rapid grcwfli or fomwig the grain or fruit. 

So, if we letthis vital rain'all get away — even to tha pond at th§ 
bottom of the field — it takes Irtwr, equipmwit, and naoney to get it 
back in the soil where the croo can use it. Therefore, any practicei 
which tend to ircrease the soil's fwb'Iity to i^sori) and store rainfaff 
for sitosequsnt crop use instead oif tfkrwing it to run off with its «j^ 
con'panying soil loss, should receive the hi^Kt priority in conservi^ 
tion planning. • • 1 

So far agriculture gener.^Ily' has had first call on our water siq>-i' 
plies, but £S pressures grew for inci;eased industrial, recreational, and 
urban uses of water this situation is ra|:ndlv changing. We are faced 
with the necessity of devising greater efficiency in the use d water 
for agricultural purposes. 

An onount equivalent to more than haV of our aiunial predpitati(^ 
is lost through evapotrai^iration akine. When we add to this the losses* 
through runoff and deep seepage, the residt « oltei a (damaging droi^ 
at the critical stage of crop growth. ' * 

To minimize this pr(A)lem, producers must use the verv best cco- 

seryation practices ressardi and experience have devised, induing 
improved tillage methods and better use of cr(^ residues. 

Often tvw to three inches more available water will mean the di^^ 
etwe between a good crop yield and a poor (Mie curing those seasons 
when rainfall amounts ard distraxrtion are poor. Rct^anji at Vii^iaia 
Tech has shown repeatedly that some of the newer no-tillage crop pro- 
(hietion systems under develq^ncjit will conserve ttiat much water. «* 
There se«ns little doiAt that through cw^nued reseanin the ranainr 
ing pto^Ietns in these sy^emswlil ^ solved and other new ^bc^eiL 
more effecth^e conservation iractices deviseS. Evai new^l»i^^ri(^ 
use water more efficiently may be found. 

Fortunatdy, the very latest technical iflforaiation on all of thsM 
conservation problems is available to each farmer through my (rffice 
and local soil conservationist. In addition to your conservati(m problems, 
we will consider all factors in your operation to be sure that you a^ 
using your land properly, meeting, your crop nutrioit rec|uirenwnts, 
controlling your diseases and weeds, and that y(«ir planting and cul- 
tural practices are good ard that all your operations are properly ex- 
ecuted and timely. 

All phases of rgricultural technology are (feyeloping very rapi(^ 
and what is pood today may be out of date t«Mnorrow. This is veiy 
true i nttis field of water resource conservation and therefore it is very 
important to keep i^to-<iate-and update practice are ne^ed to meet 
the changing ttanes. 





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J C. FRANCIS LAY 
^ Assistant Agent 


IF.,tooPEPATivr'.>yjLy^ii 


"'^testa.^l^ 


^^^^^"/Vsi^MfV . 






"The only freedom which deserves the name is that of pursuing 
our own good, in our own way, so long as we (Jo not attenfipt to deprive 
pthers of theirs, or impwle their efforts to oSrtain it." J. S. Mill. 

Hello folks! This is to be my last 44H coHarei for the Sun, as I have 
focp'-tpd the rosU/on of County Agricultural Agent in Arlington County, 

rnia a d 'vlll bsgn my new dutira Noven*-' 
I 1P?5. Therefore, I would like to take this 
"Tt- rty to sav how rruch I have ?n joyed work- 
"1th 'ou, the youth of Virgnia Ikach Qirou^ 
4J' C b program. It has been mv function to 
m de vou in developing yourselves into useful, de-' 
s"rab'.e, responsible citizens. Remenrber, thou^ 
it is you who have the ma^ responsibility for your 
re'sor.al, spiritual, civic and Kcial davelojmiett 
Frcm my experiences, I taKW that the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach will be jH-oud to count y(Hi among fts 
citizens. 

C. F. Lav One of the best ways y<Mi can &ve1op as a 

citizen is to tell other youth the c^^portunlties in the 4-fl pr(^am wA 
help tb«n to pin 4^H. The best way to do ttiis, (rf course, is to main* 
tain ^mr own enthusiasm for 4'H. Let others know how much you en- 
ioy being in 4H. Tell them about your project work ((the drills you are 
learning). Tell them about your 4-H trips, fbout caanp, about how you 
have ifun getting together for Tun aiid fellowdBp with your friemis in the 
4-H meetings, in city-wide, district-wide, state^vide, and nation-wde 
events. 

WittKMit the aid of vohmte^ athiH leaders, buOding a ^l^ pr<^an| 
wouH n(rt be possible. The 4-H leaders in the City (rf Virginia B«Kh 
are to be oanmended for tiie outstanAng job ttiey have (kme. It is i^ 
earned hope Uiat the 4-H program m the City wOl c(nitintie to clevekip 
and that many more adults will voluirteer to asist fee Extension Staff 
in recru*:ng and traimng our ywng people to take their ri^id placr 
in this great nMion. - 

If the 4-H Club members contirate tilieir active parti(3ipation ip tW 
plani^ of and conducting project work, club meetings, and cki^wkJe 
events with the guidance of their adult leaders, the 4«[ progran?^ the 
O^ caauMit he^) but be (Hie of the best in the state. I expect to hear 
great ttnigs about Oe 4-«'«s in ^^rginai jte^ii, as I MBUme my ne«r 
dUti^ in ArU^faHi Cointy .Good hx^ and God Speed in idl (rf yotr 



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Volume XL, No. 54 




TELEPHONE 43t.2^1 VlRGNl A BEACHTvW^GrNiA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1965 Three Section$-20 P 

STATE PJyiKS IN VJL BEACH 



The wcteB Mig itlNiltt al L. M. 

to esttmated at |Si9,IM. 



ft Sm. I «.. «■ NM-tfuuqitaa BeideTaiC fte «Mt af 0m n»- 



FIRM REBUILDimi AFTER FIffi 



acquUtMH) aw! ^wii^fwi*«t^ « 
public outdoor recreattei* facilWr 
has been severely toadeqoate. This 
is particularly seriaa ta) tiUs re- 
gion because of the great appeal 
of the beaches and the other water 
frmt areas, which draw nit n' 
from the immediate metn^itan 
area. Imt from across tiK »taie, 
Aad iade^ from Ow eastera spa- 



V.B. Tall R091I 
Is Started 




VraOINIA BEAC3! - One of 
the resort city's largest busiiKss^ 
0i Its only food distribution and 
i^i^Kxi paddng c(nnpany is in fihe 
mkkile of a massive r^ildii^ pro- 
p-am. 
h, U, BmSbs ft Saos. tac.. rt 
Sprtagit on l^>rU)apapbai 
aid Is rtNi^ a major 
d tts plaM &at was (fo> 
or^eMpil^ fire Aprtl 




en^m room rrfr^K*atlon iil^I^ 

Fireimh frofti ft^ ttepartiMBils 
battkd Uw Uim several hours, 
hindered by high wink, exploding 
dl tn^ and lack of water. A 
o^n^ hy^airt had hem dBaeon- 
nected from fte Norfdk watir 
■uitply s«verd moote prisr 
thi^ libse and wMir ttid » 
bttt^k ai by ta^-tineka ir 
et IM» a like 




as qukjdy and as eMckntly as 
before the fire.;. 

The ^a»* wil fate a covered 
loadiag ramp for the convenioioe 
of becBng the huge trucks. No 
kxigM- wffi bad weather hamper 
kidisg open^ani. 

Hie exm wffl also off«- retail 
and wlioleside piff^Mh^. 

Harry Sawnet aU iM firm ex- 
pects to rei^ne (^pen^iois at te 



PnOPOSED BY STATE GROUP 

RjCX:^9K>!® — lOnm ma^r propwals were rerommended recently 
for the Hampton Ruadi r^^ ia ftie report d ttie Virginia Outdoor Rec- 
reation Study Conaiuaslon sobmitled to Governor Harrison and mem- 
bers of the Gemwk AmaiAf. The Cksnmksion report said that. "As 
in oAer metropolitan areas, th» 

board 

'"rtere is urgent need for addi- 
ional State Parks. Some of the 
jMUvidual kicalities have do'ifi well 
and on locM projects, but bath 
he scale oT the resources and of 
he danand require strong regio.ir.! 
lanning and regional actloti." 
"rtte hiiftvidual cities of thk re- 
j»n have good recreation p!an- 
wd facilities. All would ber.efit 
from mare active pwtfcipation m 
regional planning and devebpment 
'd interrelated retirees." 

Two of ti» 11 major recommen- 
dations, taken from the report, 
directly affect Virginia Beach. 

The coRtfi^frion ndd a subst«n- 
tial oetiB bi»d^int dioald m 
made availaUe iat pi^Uc uw on 
the AtUotk Oceu soutti of ^- 
ginla BMch. Public acc«ts to ocean 
baadifte^ to dimW a W n g 1^% 
and iMa pn^ iimrm hl^ ^ 
or^. Hie report tko says Sat* 
shore PaiA Is the state's most pop- 
ular and onkioe rark. It AsM 
be ^Hiae^ etMeML Md dii 
jMIe Andi nAe oHAate thai M 



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&• stSd ttutt the lint's facfl 
ttiies will 119 largely ina^sed. 

The pfaot was badly dan»iged 
1^ m oiMed fire that was b^eved 
to ham iUuled in the kitdieo w 

. ^ — - .. _ — ._ _ .1 I II 

ImI Rezoned 
By Council 

VBtOINIA BEACH - City CJoun- 
cQ ^^roved die reqtM^ of an ap- 
ylkatkn tot rezoiing thia has had 
(|iyte a controversial history. 

Tte ap|)liciri:km requested a tract 
of land olf Wa^ngUui Av^ue 
extended be resmed for a traOo- 
court. 

Wilson Chaplin, Virginia Beach 
motel and trailer park op«-ati»-, 
who f ttled to get the same frc^ 
9h$ reaoned for the si^ use 
several yeare ^0, protested tbt 
mom 

Hie if^pUdrtioD for the soiling 
dumge was made Iqr R ft J, loe. 
The oxx^eiqr wm fonmd by C^ 
Tl^suro- V. A. Ethoid^ and 
High OoostaUe R R. MoOiesaey. 
The City PUmning Commission 
reconmaMted that council ^iprove 
the i^jplication rni tlM cmditkni 
city sewerage was available for 
the area. A letter fran Director 
of PuUic Utilities, Lewis Smitli, 
saying tlie servk<e wwild be avail- 
i^le by Jiaie 1, 1%6, was produced 
by Attorney William Cdona. 




brtw«^J«ioary 1 and F^miary 



VIRGWIA BEACH— SU ceme- 
teries ^MA *e Norfei-Wrgi«a 
Beach Toll Road wfll n^ out or 
out tfarougb «e iavolvei to court 
Qidsn soiiM bv «fi» iiiJk ^^^ 
wigr Dep»rtment for rs^aovrt aad 
r«lttenneit of gravee. Five are 
^Virginia Beach and «|s In Nor- 

ft*. ■ f . 



about t 
<^ood ta 
firemen saved 
ation for the SmM temttsm bi»i- 
less the foUowisg (hiy. 

The new ackfition is betag coo- 
alructed wtthout any wood or may 
oditt- flammaUfe nutmds. The 
new sectum is to be c^irtructed 
ffltirdy <rf concrete ai^ Med, and 
cove* an climated SS.090 square 
feet of ftoor ^>ace ^psffoxtaately 
30,000 square feet of tlUs space 
will be l(x cokl-stori^. ^ 

The rww, modem awl u|>4&<late 
plam wfll foahire kitchen ready 
foods euMi a qukdc freezing todlity. 
And, the firm will contlme to 
off«- the sune services it dSered 
bdore tl« fire. 

This rebuikting wiO make moci 
of the operati(»i new. A large cokl- 
rt^f^e room, large enough to 
h^Qse a basketball court wm fin- 
ished (Kily ten days befwe the 
fire, and saw no <»- IMie uie. 

One of the la^ei^ {roi^ems that 
has faced the Bna shice the fire 
was die complexity of fUllng cus- 
tomers' orien. The ttnn had to 
st(»e its sahraged goods ndiere it 
ccNild md ttiat crcusted the prob- 
lem d having to travd many niHes 
to fill an order. By shi^ d^ermi- 
natkm on the SauMfler bnrthen 
part, 0ie cwnpany has i^anained 
in buHne^ ance ^ril. Just man- 
aging to remain fai cqierirtkm to one 
fea( diat seoned mipo^bie to 
acUeve. Still, the finn omtlfiued 
to fill its custonmrs seeds ^nost 



Bittdliig Baoin 
Ctntlnues 

VmomiA M^ACH— The wwrU's 
lai^ett resm^ dty continues to 
ked every city la VIrgtoit. West 
^rgfaiia, Nwdi Cardina. and Smith 
CKtflina in bulldHag growth. 

The ctty was way riiead aiQr 
other city in die four state area 
In September, and October was 
no exception to die nde. 

During the moirth of Octdi)«r, 
die dty tosued 23S permits for 
wmt valued at |3,4S6,038. 

Tte total permits issued tiuxwgh 
die end of Octab«- nuntdDered 3.0S2 
for work valued at ^6.139.534. and 
wMh two mondis left to go in dw 
ye». ctty officials speedate this 
^ar's bdkli^ wOl easily pass the 
160 nnHUon inark. 

U the $80 millira mark s 
readied, Vlrghiia Beach wouki 
be die leader in die four-state area. 
Last year at diis s«ne tkne the 
nun*er of buildup permits Lawed 
wal Z,978 for a mmtotary vahie of 
|Sl.U0,9i79. 

This first wedc in Novend>«- saw 
ti leasl 19 building permits' Issued 
^mt a v«hie of mm-e Uian $£S,000. 
City fadiers predict diat if Vir- 
ginia Beach eonthmes at this rapki 
nrte of ^owfli. It could ''asily be 

on 





H FIRST 



_. Ii ^ipV IMbh CkmM 

dipt to soNeW r«%a^ P*^ 
iott. the eourl h*ftogl*ffl b« 
Ipii M m m the rsiliist tor 
orders to renwve and re-Wer the 
ramaim of 40 to 90 persons. 



The Vhginia Beach cemeta-itt 
are Uioae at London Bridge Bap- 
tist Churdi, die private onet, of 
die Shepher;l*faaU^ »«r ^^ 
church. FuBsr-tenfly near SoWh 
Witch Duck Road, die MoFgaa 
family near Seatack Elementary 
School, and die Mowe fan^ near 
Paits Avenue. 




$116 1 
BY BANDIT 



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Webbon flvts 
New Post 



Who Will Be Chosen? 



VIRGINIA BEACH-Clty Coipdl 
Monday created a new post in 
diis city's govwnme^ 

Richard J. Wefcfcon, Director oi 
PiiMic Works, was named cow- 
dinato- of uihan affars. Virginia 
Beach is die second Tidewater 
city to create such a port. Nwiolk 
was the first 

WdAon will act as VIrglflAa 
BeKh's liaison in Washii^to? wWi 
offlda^s of Uie Federal Govem- 



VHtGlNIA ffllACH - A hme 
biodit, dressed In an orange parka 
hod wearing « hai^erdiief over 
Ms face took a{^ximatdy $UG 
in cash ftwn a nK*el in die 500 
bkwk (A Military H^ay early 
Sunday morning. 

Investigating officers said tiie 
su^ied walked into die office of 
die HoHday Inn about 4:30 a.m. 
aiK} deimoded moneyi . 

F^riice said d^ ni^ clerk, E. M. 
'Haiderson, descrtibed die hold-up 
nam as slender and thmi 20 years 
old. Henderson said die man had 
what ag^ieared to be a gun in his 
hand. 

After he had «xq!tied die caidi 
(h-awer. the bandit for(^ the 
cltfk to walk to a nearby fidd 
14'flenderaon was thei released and 
told to return to the m<Hel, out 
he WIS wwned not to look tack, 
police sak|. 

Pdice are uu^le to determhic 
die Iwndit's med»d of jetaway. 



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Aese ndii* yev« hMUee «c the five oaadMates for 

te Qneai at KeOani fl^ SekeeL The fM^ wfl be owraei f^ 
tey ei^ *irli« haiMftaw tasttvlttea «t tke Ei ils m Y lrgieiB BeM^k 
one, ky Prteipd JeHeraMi nnvto. IWs to te Ihit year Kslara 
Hlk hw ha< a hwwrwnhig the lyKu s tirts an» Ml Is sight: 

Yveene Biewab umhi iMns 



die fastest growing city on Uie^ment. When he. assumes his nw 
St coriiSnafew short years. P«* Mo^^y. «« of h^ f kst du- 

ties will be to wwk widi the ga-/- 

emment to finance the purchase 
of a 144-aa'e tract d land south 
of SMKfcridge. 

Webbon saki he wiH assist In 
any way to "ftad money availid>ie 
for wat«-, sewage, parks and oQi- 
csr {MbUc ImprovenMnte." 

Webbon will draw an munud »al- 
^ of %Vk,m. die same he was 
drawii^ as piAlic works flrector. 

He will be under die authority 
of City Manager Russell Hatchett 
who put Webbon's name before 
aty Council. 

Webbon first came to die area 
In 1^ when he Was hired as ex- 
ecutwe secretary of PrhiceM Amtt 
County. When die coui^ and die 
cfty merged in 1963, he- was ap- 
^dJtSiedi director of p«*lic worts. 

City Council named (diaries Ki- 
Ifly, ctty Engineer, to fill hi die 
peiitkji v»^ted by W^bm. lid 
one was named torfUl iOil^s old 
Job. 



YOUTH 



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Council Okays 
Oas Stations 

VliiGC^lA BEX%ai '- ^ gas 
rtatk»s «wi the unaninnous ap- 
provd of Cl^ OHindl Monday. 
Ftve aire fn* Lyttihavei Borou^ 
nd one In Kenq^lUe Borou^. 

The appUcatkm of Peachtree 
Cofp. to tfed diree biflboards m 
Northampton Bwilevard was ap- 
praved, but N<»ih Bay Dev^ip- 
tasBk Cop. ^>i4icatMm to erect two 
Uamu^ on Sand^klge Road 
were dmied. 

kppscNA was givoi (m q^ca- 
tkiQS of SsmA Shores Assets, Ltd., 
to construct a 64HOUt vodiH at the 
fadoiectoi of AX^atic knpm and 
Geoeal Bootti Boidevard; isad of 
Omiga. Ltd., to bdU a »uatt 
motd M Paeffic Avenue and iSih 
Strett 



mBFGUK - Doug Christdon, 
17. of die 3»0 bkick of Virginia 
B^dh Boidevapd, oiw of two 
youths iseverely injured in aa auto- 
mobile accident that took two oth- 
er Uiras two wedcs ago, has been 
reptnled in satisfact(»7 condition 
at Norfolk Genial ifosfutal. 

The other youdi, 16-year-<dd 
Freddie Sfyron. of die 800 btock 
of Brooke Road renains in critical 
coTMhtion. , 

AocMthng to polled. Christdon 
was the driver <rf die car which 
snasiMd Into a fuel tnu^ Oct. 27 
lA die Meraection d Gr^t Neck 
Rotti and In^hnview Wve. Two 
■paasei^ere k die automt^ile, 
Keimetfa ftown and Paul Rkhard 
ftfifittKM. hbth 18. died shortly 
after the acddent oecurrad. 

'(^iiUm aoA'^tyrm recdved 
severe Miraal and head h^ies 
is the acddsnt. 



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stores in which to <to d»ir Eai^ 
At^ring diis >ear The stores^ 
Induding MUler ft Rhodes, are 
KhediUed to open Mardi 1. at 
Pembroke ShoRping Center on 
Virginia Beadi Boutevard and In- 
dqiendence Boulevard. 

Tom Mrtdiews. of Matdiews Ad- 
vertising A^ncy. Inc., of Norfolk, 
«^ to handltag the pubUc rela- 
ttona end of die new ceirter said 
apprtaimatdy 85 per cent of die 
rentage space at tiie center has 
jjready been taffled. 

The center will feature ffi dif- 
fered stores for die shopping pub- 
lic, but wlU feature no "discount- 

housM." ^ ' 

Matdiews said diere has been 
some minor difficulty m getting 
stores for die center. To clarify 
yiis he saW, "The prdalem has not 
been getting stores, but getting die 
prqier balwn* of stores." 

The Belting fixtures for die en- 
closed nudl of die center are be- 
fog deigned and constructed by a 
Cidtfomia firm, Matdiews said. 
He sidd the Aopping center is 
bd^ offlstructed in such a way 
diat it will seem diat die front en- 
trance is situated on Independence 
and Virginia Beach Boulevards 
alike. Its design will be one-of- 
a-kind in die Tidewater area. 

Matdiews said widi die enclos- 
ed mall, the center will seem 
more like one huge (tepartment 
store, radier dian a shopping cen- 
ter, and die eirtire center will fea- 
ture controlled heating and cooling 
the year round. 

Parking for more tivan 4.000 au- 
tomobiles will be provided for the 
large complex. 
As it now stands, all ©utade con- 



Jfitfithe 

«»,.«, ^ tti_i. t7i t ■■tnr 

flntsn tne aKenor 
of Mfaettty dorfog die winiir 
moottw. Ibrtdwws- said ^wt»rfc on 
die Sears store «* delayed due 
lo die ^ike 4|Jnbe Iron Co., 
whidi to suppipf tte iron for dw 
frameworic of die bitfttng. 

MMthsivs said thi ifaoppini can- 
ter wia be opei in tts enteety by 
the end ol die stttuner. 

The Pen^rdie Scpiare lapping 
Center wfll also featoe two op- 
tometrl^ offices and an ordio- 
dontist's office besklea die many 
different stwes. 

Stores diat have already leased 
space from Pembroke Siiquare As- 
sociates are: S ft W Cafetvia. 
Hofiieknars Sioes. Alexander 
Baegle Mai's ^re. PemtetAa 
Florists, Dare's Womais Sttae, 
Cimeraland, SeMioard Bmk, Dr. 
Batterroan - orthodontist, Th«n 
McOana. Fine's Men's Shop, fen- 
cer Gifts, Khmey's Shoes. F. W. 
Wodwwdi. Qaytim's Men's Store. 
Zales Jewelers. Lemer 9iops. 
Buti«- Sims, Nationid StM Shop, 
Lkidy's Delicatessen. Gift Gallery^ 
Bendicial Finance, Mr. Jdm's 
Hair Styling, Norfolk Federal Sav- 
ings and Loan, Drs. Cohen and 
ji^on— Ootometri5?ts, My Mater>- 
titj Sba^ Spenter's Jewelov, 
xw^les Ufug Store. Food Fair, 



Aee Baf^, and A K 
M^ ft,I&odas and m 
mka an 

ooa«Mct.lraai 
tar. Wrrt^and ^^ ^ ^ , 
NsMpmI Sank fli Iwfim pHf 1 
8o#iABarit<irMort*flM 
p»m% laeite hi ilia 
arouni the coite. 
the gr^test taaptaaaiiii that 
shep^iM %fll tave b Oat IN 

tiiss coiit'ek «n ^ #A^ 
roof. No )im$m itf shoppass ' 

10 h^jc miles bewecn 
face hidement wother wbm 
wl^ to do Asfr hiVhig. A«A-i 
center wfll be csntraBy 

tor ^wm (st^^imtt^ 

PeoAnke wfll not JoH b» 
ar^ A(Wli% c^er like nprt 
diem are. Widi an its bt0Ht 
wfll serve die entire dtf A 
piia Be«di and parts of 
M)d diaaapq»e. Wltti two 
arteties sudi as Virginia 
Boulevard and lnde|iendsiioa,!| 

levaid. M f«l9^ fl*^ * 
broiea a^arftpSftake «B 

tile yd off tfft aiEiaikr 

difpu^Matt die d^ 

What the fleet II storss 

Mardi a mmmaM .. _ 

eome to Vb|^ Beach m$i 

Tidewater vea. 



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Youth Arrested 



VIRGINU BEACH - A IS-yefir- 
old Virginia Beach youth was ar- 
rested last week in connection w'th 
a bomb du-eat at Old Donation 
Elementary SdwoL 

Detective M. L. Ealy of Uie 
Yoith Bureau said die boy con- 
fessed be made die telephone call 
last Tweaday ^msxm, to a sec- 
retary d die school 

The schod to located on Ferry 
Plantation Road. 

His was die fifdi arrest made 
Ui com»ctk» wMfa bond) scsu^ m 
Vir^nia Beadi dito sdiooi yor. 

Eafy said die youdi wfll be ^vtas 
a hMfftaig ^. 16 before Juvenik 
Court SxsH^ Robert C^orawdl. 



AS caosinictHHi began uis» wi^A, Vir|^«ua 
coffitructtoB cempany (Meids 
Bootovao-d. L. to R. are: ItavM 
d^ of Virginia Beadi; Rogor Se^ 
d Vlrgtada Beaeh; INdt Ivey, |Bft 
the lead, ttiadi Oenslndtoa: W. & 




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ASHUmBi-^ Roitft p. fif . 

Gray, hM beee tapped for mem- 
ber^ la (Mcroii Mta Kan>a. 
nMlmal bonM-tfy ItiiarAlp fra- 
Mnrity at KaiKlol{^MacQa Col- 
lege 

He is ttie preskloit of Uie toiiiM- 
ea«. a mwtniir ^ CM ■<■ Wtt. 

national honorary scienc* Irater- 
nity, Itae Wesley tellawstup and la 
alss active <m the Kern Cenlir 
Coui.:II. 



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SENlfm AT eOX AND 

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r* is ^9§mi fl ^HMii« 10 parlfc^aftc in the 01 
#MrMR« Itie training Paul and Cabi receive 
w<i^^ with us will ^^ble t^Mm to face fheir 
fi^ttil^irh Mi»« GonfNbnce. 

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TO THB OPWCB AT 180 W. BOTE 
BT., HOmFOUt, VA. MONDAY - 

I ralOAY. 1:80 A.M. TO 5 P.M. 

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GARCIA-ORAMrai 

VOIGn«A BEACH-'fte niiar- 
riag^ fU Ifin Mary Lou Orator 
aod Mami^ Frask (ku-cla III 
tosk place Sakirdi^ al ft r^m. b 
1^ mAaiu C^ttolie Oiiffdi. The 
Rev. Tbonas M. Siswnm' per* 
fwrmed the Mronniy. 

«M Mdt ia a 4m#tar eT Ifr. 
and Mrs. William Edward Grasper 
Tl» bridegnxBii is the »n of Mr. 
and Mrs. Manud Frank Garcia, 
Jl. 

Hie brUe wm 0y«a in mafrtagf 
by her Ukm. Her aUter, NBaa liia 
Jane ^aapar wm h«r mM ti 
hMior and «ily rttendant. 

Michael F. Garcia was hliJ>roth- 
er's be^ num. 

A recqHira waa Md in the 
koM fd the M4e's p««its. m 
Bottino Lane. After a m^Ox^ trip 
the couple wiO live at O? Spoonsr 
Road. 



COOrEIt-BOOMER 

VnUtDHA BEAOI— 1%e mar- 
ri^e of aiiM Lettie Lou Boooiar 
md Eddit hee Oo3p«r tock place 
Saturday at 3 pm in Ninrnu Metb- 
IteStv Robert H. 
tte cei^onnv. 




UUK SMmi 
GARDEN CLUB 

BAYSIDE — The lake Smith 
Gan^ Clvh met recmtly lA ttie 
home of Mrs. L. C. Whitson, 1410 
9iunrock Ave. 

Mrs. L. C Smith iiiMMd the 
club slides «» ftaww arranga- 

Ckh membffl^ wfll make araall 
turkey* ,tray ^corations, for a fe- 
cal convs^Mcent hfm for Tbja^ 
giving. ' 

Mrs. M. A. Gri^uun was ^^ted 
to (ill the vacancy oi Urn first vice 
{»-esi(^t 

the Lake Stmm Garden Club 
judged arrangements amf awarded 
rH>bons to the following: Mrs. W. 
L. Ji^ns, Mrs. M. A. Graham and 
Mrs. Fred Keyes. i 

The December meeting will be 
at the home (A Mrs. M. G. GUj- 
som, Lakeside Road. Tl>e me.ii- 
bers win Mqg Pdayaoaa gifts. 



Aa Mdt is te MMv 4f Ifr. 
and Mrs. George sAf Btwmer. 
Hie Mdegnxxn is the son of Mr. 
aril Ma Melvin DavU Owper. , 

Hia ^rkle was givm tomarriage 
by )ar father. Mrs. Lsry Meelte 
of Cteapeake wm laa^n af Ion 
or. JMflesmaids wen Miss Siiiley 
^Me at Petersburg, Mrs. RusmH 
A. 9rown, Jr. «id Miss Unda Anc 
Co<^. Ka^m Robins(n mi Car- 
ol Butler we-e flower girU and 
S«^ acCUin wm tki$ bearwr. 

Mr. Co(^er was beat tatn fo 
hk son. Oroorasmen were Larry 
MMdns oi Chesapeake, Ronel A 
Brown Jr. and Page L. Eaton. 

A rec iptto was beU ^ tbt 
church sodal hall. Later Qie cow 
pie left for a a^Mt wedding trip. 




Women Vaters 



VI^H^IIA ML^ICH - Tile Vi^ 
gisia B^ch Units of tiie League 
of Wonwi Voters will have a can- 
blMd nne^lng on T^sday mon^. 
Nov. 23, from 10 to 12 noon at the 
.EaHem Shore Gbe^ oo Laakin 
Road. 

•Hie progi^n will be a discussion 
and workshop concerning Virginia's 
pdhUc school con*Kted by Mrs. W. 
Wetrich Heyder, (Aairman of ttie 
E(kication oonvnittee. A consenwB 
on foiv potinoit queiti<«s witt be 
tdi«n. 

Mr^ Rkitord W. Barnes will be 
tbekosteaa. 

Ail menAers and prd«p«tive 
members are urged to a*tend. 




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delivery. <^oosa from small, medium 
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Norfolk, Virfiaia 



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The Ci^ Cokmy CliA is now j 
open undear new management. The ; 
new managers who wa« with the 
Officer's club at Fort Story are 
H. 6. Wmams «k! L. B. Bate- • 

I had a kmg taSs. with I^. Bate- 
mm as to the plans for the cli^. 
The membffl'ship fees wiD be HO 
for Virginia Beach residaits, $15.00 
for non-resideat and active mili- 
tary llflLdl. 

"Hiere will bs breakfast, lunch 
and dinmr served every day. "Ae 
Bar room will be q^ every di^ 
at nom. 

Haroy h(Hir will be ev»y Wed- 
nesday aod Friday n^ from 7 
to 9 pjn. My sugges^ioD would be 
to attend theHa^^inur w Wed- 
noday ni|^ emd Iirter attend tiie 
Fweign dhuier. Frictay ni^ts will 
be Seafood Buff et-dl you cm eat 
for S2.00. 

I feel tiMKe who canmH affcnrd 
the mace expensive c\vt» will be 
very hai^y with this cJub. The 
activities planned sound exciting 
and fun. 

Those vntSR last Saturday night 
yttn: Mr. «hI BCrs. L. H. Gnive- 
^. Mr. and Wn. H. G. WIUaoH. 
Mr. and Mrs. RoMtie Wiltetns. Mr. 
MMi Mrs. Terry Briggs, BflUe Hod- 
gias and Miss Jn^ Kdly. 

Mr. sad Vbm, Skeet Bei^^y. Mr. 
Md M»s. SharvB WMtflefd, Mr. 
wmA Rfrs. IVta. A. Weed, Mr. and 
l^'S. ttok nnpaeo, Mr. ud Mrs. 
DeaaM dark and 1M C«rr who 
is the PKddient of the boarif. 

Blah- Ellis, Peyton Oevdaad. 
Skerry MaHia and Betty 




Mak l^^ Peytao Oevelaad, awry Martfa aal la*^ 



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1^ cmdw bu)d known as the 
OnoKSBm w«% reidly fatwltKis and 
the (Towd stfAted to te ddig^ted 
witt the nneic diay {dayed. 

Hk most noticed^ titing to me 
was tile crowd was mixihg well 
tf^ether. I bdwve reaHy this club 
is goii^ to make a tremendous 
liride on memberahqpe. Tifo a tip 
from me and get widi it and have 
fun. I fcB-got to tell you, the ch&'s 
food motto is "World's Fiiw^ dam 
Cfaowdar.** 

IVy to i>e with me n^ week. 
Until then may everythii^ that is 
good be with you all. 




H. G. WUvns, L. R. Bat^naa, Mongers and Ted Carr VmUaA 
•f the Beaid. (SMf Photo). 



Lmkhoni Park Dariion dub 



uuLVsma 



"mmm KACH -4i study 
d man's cqoc^ of tkpe tai the 
1^ of ireco^iHion and prophecy, 
•TJme-Mao's.Ca^ or Ladda-," 
<w#4ie iMesai le d by Hh^ Lym 
Oayca ^ ttie Smiday Fonin of ttie 
^aodi^ for Rea^vh and Bn> 
llUJbteniiiefit, Sti, ^tts Sti^Kt. 

K quei^tm pecbd Witt Mlow ttia 
lec^ aid a oo&e bbur wUi be 



VlRG«*rt Bi^H - rht No- 
veni)^ nabetkig of the Linkhom 
Pai-k Gardei &i^, held at the 
Princess Aane Coui^ CM), was 
alive witb tl^^^ving and 
Oinstnasaifl^atfvnt composi- 
tions, ^i$mMim$mmto md hitt^ 
iicuUuNI ^^ttil^ aMMMad to 
the W<i^MMNiiiNipat lodge, 
Mrs. MaKiafti1f6#B. ■ 

Mrs. MfMlMI Aicto-. qiealdi^ 

as chiMMtJiririhe Alli-fittw <»»- 
mittee if :tte iW sa Jlroatkw i Qom- 
cO of IJalldi aaadb, pa^ad an 

&Asamitf^^^ :^- hture V^- 

fragrant wMl ^taaiB i»9M6, bus- 
ness wiiiHdljiiWB ip 4iih UetSm 

wth Jjto l BC wm n^ri^ arch- 
Mrs. Pern H. Bvfman, Jr.. 
wigrs and w^tsi (Airman, an- 
nounced tft^a^nnl^ sa]^ of inv 
Dcrted H^MiA ltii»^ die nfera- 
b^. Mrs. a^liatti ^ be re%h- 
ed at mmfk^ 



foliage, beniad ^irubs, flowers and 
fruit were given. Blue ri^ns went 
to Bfrs. H. Leslie Lam and Mrs. 
Itertman, red to ^Sr&. Samud 
IferedMfa and Wn. llMmas 1^ 
kary, yeBoir 4o Mrs. Wchard W. 
Baraes. 

New m eaB to rg iadoded Mrs. 
Paid O-awlttd and if». George W. 

neat mtii^ aA be held 
m ue^. 3. M Jhe jKana of Mrs. 
fi. GflD^^uanaffe, MBIitowbtock 
Biad, «pe^a0^fee a GbdMns Tea, 
open to «ie lalWk^ 

■»^*— i^wil^^— ^WP^P^w^w^T^^wai^wi— ^ ■ Mini 

I^Mt Nn, & fMMrit Bolt. 
Jr.. aeaootea the btett af tlieir 
UM dMIt awed, eWi JReteit 
f e nc e r , on Nov. 9 to Norfdk Q0k- 
»al Ho^Hd. Mrs. IM^ is ttie tor- 
mer Wb6 N(»na SjplQer, ctaa^}- 
tel (rf 8ie late B^ and 1^- ^mm 
T. Bps^tf' ol Hts^A^ jfr. tlift^te 
the son oflfr. and Mrs. E F. Mtt. 
aboitfllailft.' ;v 



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LET'S TALK FASHION 

By ALICE BREWER WHin ^ - 




HeK't to U» M«Hn.<^-Uves! 
y«tt haow. Me d ttM trumm of 
fttMoa ii. tf it it good it wiQ cone 
bi^. itow ^ tiie man is your 
Ufe| haa put antifreeze in his car, 
put up tte ^orm win^i^i^ and has 
(vder«) iim winter fuel, it's lAxNtt 
tuive for him to start iHnterizing 
his wardrobe. According to the 
^nericaa iMtaite of Men's ami 
Boys' Ww, this winter's fashion 
aaorttn^ Is the graatert ever— 
in ^le, color, ia ^od taste and 
good looks. Yet, as wc sa^ before, 
seme d Um b^ t today had its 
origin same ftfty years ago. For 
enan^, fifty years ago the late, 
stylish Jln^ WaBtet, the then 
niayer erf New York, introduced 
ar^ 4nkle teigth overcoat with fur 
collar and fur lined. The current 
updated verdon of outerwear is a 
l^tii^ ImtttMs storm coat wanned 
(^ wHH a green ttiick pile lining, 
\rtKfi «(ier^Blih aftacBMrTOSdr 
and witti gimt flap patch pockets. 
IncMJentally, a su^ outer coat is 
rei% "in" this winter and 0vm 
"inner" is a suede coat that is 
double-breasted and with a fur 
cfdlar! The diaped ^t this Kasm 
stai^ at tte head of the class as 
tile fa^on right appearance. It 
has ju^ a tsu& of dsfinitioi] in 
tiw waist — a move away from 
the strai^t loo% hanging coat. A 
paisley tie and striped shirt go 
together nicely with ti^ sh^^ 
suit. 
hem: AT IWME: 
There is a definitely distinct 
A^nerican Look all over the country 
iq^ all, manner d apparal and 
acc?SJories. From fannal wear to 
sports jacksti, fr :n sweaters t 
h(>&ljear, never has tliers been s 
much to choo;^ from. So many 
1^ fibei's and fabrics to rnakt 
roan's fashjan life color fast, wrin 
kle-less, wash and wear an3 long 
wearing. &5. ladie*., no\y is the 
me ta remted your son a%i 
l4iM)and that it is time to winterize 
and ri^t at home in the Virginia 
Beach area. After your Albbee's 
quick chcA-up on the men's shops 
here, her hat ii qff to the fallowing: 
Alexai^r-Beegie. Cherry Pearson, 
•n» Clothing Qmi, Goodyear 
Spwiswear, Harrison-Payne, Napo- 
tem's Webster's and The Hub in 
Princess Anne PlaM. -. , 

MEN'S FASBION FLASl„».^j 
Big, big f:.shion hit of the year 
flUl^ and Winter wear is " 

i§|iie*f ittfisi^* c.p.a ^ 

a^lfcubleireasted guard's coat! 
, . . If you're wondering, should 
a ^irt cuff show beyond a man's 
jacket sleeve the answer is definite- 
l^abmit a half inch, at lea^! . . . 
Looking for a raincoat? Men, the 
big news is the classic trencheoat, 
definitely "in" . . . How about 
tiiMe new feather finish felt hats 
with ibe soft feel of feather down? 
, . . When you look for a sports 
jw;ket, you want individuality: 
something in color or pattern that 
looks as though it took a bit of 
searching to find yet is unques- 
tioned good taste. How about those 
rich headier tones in the importad 
Irish t\*'eed sport jackets, gold, 
bFues, olive and russet browns 
in medium and wide herringbones, 
crowsfoot patterns and heather 
mixes in hopsack «teave? . . . The 
weekend man. likes the spofts coat 
of his choice tailored in the natural 
sliouldered jacket style! 
FASHIONABLES 

Lord Snowfkui's neat hair cut, his 
flashing smile and sartorially per- 
fect tailoring is certainly a treat 
to ladies' eyes as a pleasant Eng- 
lish visitor to these shores. What a 
relief to behold his hair €t}ie and 
the gentlemanly air about him in 
comparisoiy^o the shaggy-dog hair- 
do's we'W^bscome so accustomed 
to idsiftl^ from English shores! 
. . . Now that famo- s aance ar- 
tist Nureyev has middle-varted his 




ENGAGEMENTS 



loi^ hair—as ■een whai he TV 
danced latdy— perhaja ihe Ltmg 
Hairs will wm (M^ sniel . . . 
Senator Eiwusri M. Kaiity . in 
his iKatiy shqied a q ptt^ ate ! na- 
vy Kiit ^ rtripdl tie Mid his AU- 
Ameman hatar cut i^ ma&Kt 
Young Set American trtm whom 
we hape our scIkmI feUows wiU 
copy Ti» Look! . . . Nothing could 
have be«B RKve unnatural than to 
seel^ftKx I^UIp gottra up in a 
wrgeon's cap and ^iwn, in laat 
Sunday's TrilMMrwdiente i^pect- 

^d n h ftftftifal in R afit Rriniitoad 
England. You coukin't mi^ bis 
fixed air «r fei|ped intere^ «id 
glacial, traiiKd cakn! (I'll bet mir 
Lord SBO«d«i cwtcems WBUp 
now and then!) . . . And, let's wA 
forget these felk>ws when it c«nes 
to betit dressers: Maym'-elect Jain 
V. Liad»y of New Yoit, Gover- 
nor-elect MUh Godwfai of our own 
state. Governor MMstti Hwi^aB 
Jr. ai Virginia with his handseme 
^y-wMte hair, designers 01^ 
Castad and BUI Blan of Manhat- 
tm. 
HOW HIS FASHIONS BEGAN 
Men's jacket sleeves lyive but 
tMis on them because Napdefwi 
started it when he had sleeve but 



tool adM to tte Frm^. Army 
untfonm ta «NiiP te ^»kar»m 
his neoft-Mi u^ ^ bottom of 
their' Oewim ke imOmrd^il 
. . . Oiffi «n Rwn's trauws da'.£ 
back to JawA UW «^«n torn wve 
th^ pants loag. White trudging 
thro^ the mMj ar^, tl»y gM 
in t^ hsfait d toming up their 
trouse- brttami. Ev^tuaUy, a p«- 
man«»t cuff becante fte vo^el 
... The Fall and Winta* popiil«r 
hM style far men «dU be the Tyro- 
lean v^our. ito hmdmme bruihes 
Oiat adorn ttk kat ot^aatod with 
prwnitive ta«*ers^Th^ wwM puH 
a t^ of hav from an anfenal t^ 
had been kUted and ««ar it to 
their headfev. .They believed tl^ 
this would ^msier to ftcm ttw 
sU«i^ and coiqrage,(rf Qm n^ 
mal itsdf. So. ghto, watch out for 
th<ae str^ Tyrol^m hat-ami- 
bnnfa wmm%: Ht-Uea cmryme 

Of lUUU, Wr u amy » , , "Tiwj** vfwn 

— Ouistmas gift kteas.) 



NOIWQLi(— Ifr. and Mm, H. L. 
Omder wmtaee the aampnKSt 
of thrir iai#Uv, Mi* Pmkm 
Aim ChmtUer, to tobert Edward 
McNah-. md AJrtww ttvisiia. 
ru Braft fiJC, 

Mr, McNairli the s« pf Mr. and 
Mrs. WWam McN^ ol Vir^4in!a 
BeKh. " 

No date has bee» art tor the 
wedding. , 

Mtes duUMfio' . graduated from 
Maury W^ Scho^ ^ 

Mr. McNair atlaoded Prmeess 
High School. He U a Spe.v4 



The wftiding will ttki pl«je Nov. 
21 in Faith 1^nq)le. 



and 



m 



pM^roopff ri^ttonMi servin,! 
die Domioigto I^lMic. 

SIMMDI-BAIX 

VIRGINIA BEACM.?- Mr. and 
Mrs. Mdivta Lee Stao^ announce 
ttie engageoMm o fth^r daughter. 
Miss DOTOthy Anne Sinun*. to 
Richard Lawrfflce Brf. 

Mr. Ball is tte swi of Mr. and in ^ttfin 



DAViFJi-mmi 

BALTIMORE, Md. - Mr 
Mrs. Landoi Brooke Daviw an- 
nounce the engagonait <rf 'heir 
daughter. Miss Prentiss Davivs, to 
Irvin Reese Smith. 

Mr. anittj is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. George Bonard &nitli ot 
UtUe Neck Point, Virginia Beach, 
Va. 

Miss Davles, who was prw?nteJ 
to society at tlw Bachelors' Catil- 
Uon in 1962, is a graduata of Ro- 
land Park Country School and is 
atlewling Mai7 Washington Col- 
legl. She is a granddaughter of 
the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry SSit r- 
burw Roonoe o^ Hyattsville, Md. 
and of John Franklin Davies of 
Queenstown. Md.. formerly of <:a- 
tonsvUle, Md., and the Irte Mrs. 
Davies. ^ 
Mr. anitff is a graduate d WasJi- 





Mb. B«» E. Ball of Bennett, Icwc 
Miss Somns ^adutoed fiom 

Princess Anne Hi^ S^ool and 

Leigh Memorial Hospital School of 

Nursii^. 
Mr. BaU graduat«l from W^on 

Junction Community High Stho 

Wilton Junction, Iowa. He is serv 

ing in the U.S. Navy. 
A January wedding is being 

planned. 




Virginia Beach SUN, Ihursday, hto\^(f*«r t1v tte 




I 



where 



he was a member of Phi Kappa 
Psi fraternity. He recenUy ser\ed 
as an officer in the U. S. Navy. 
Mr. Smith i.s tl» grandson of tl^ 
late Mr. and Mrs, Warren R»s 
Rtese and ot the late Mr. and 
Charles Wesley Smith, all ot 

'orfolk. Va. 

The weddyig Is bs-'ng plinnol 
tm Feb. 19 to Uw Clwrcb d the 
Rwteemer. ) 



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VA. tlACH / WAGONA , BAYSIOI 



ROBERT LAWLOR-Va. Beach High, J^lor 

We are proud to be a part of the Di Program in 

their training of our future citizens. 

IN GRAMS 



207-25th Street 
Phone 428^363 




34fffl • AHM^PI 
Phone 428-64^ 




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Hw wdB-Aressed nnan, accordiiig 
to ;4lie ABMiom lostttote of 
Mea's aMi leys' Wear, katMs 
Us w«r*Ae en a foondatfoo ol 
tew asHa T^ . a grmr flanad. 
a pavy s^4 or sir^ nd a 
tndltloiiany patterned awdd. 
Here is a aavy dudk rtr^ped 
worsted srit with new body shap- 
ing. Hie sUghtly fnBer lapels 
and cbest expreasiea ae«atei^ 
the look. It is wen with a Une 
atrat^t-coUar brenddoth shM. 
navy «Uto4otted sOk tie. • pais- 
ley sft podM sqa»e and a 
deHaMai fcU hat. 



EDWARDS-BOND 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Mr. and 
Mrs. Irvin Lee Edv/ards announce 
the ei^agement d their dau-^htpr, 
Miss Charlotte Virginia Edwards 
to Johnny Boyd Bond- 

Mr. Bond is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Harvy Bond. 



BAYSIDE JRS. 



BAYSIDE — The Bayside Junior 
Woman's Chib met recently at the 
Bayside Professional Building with 
the present, Mrs. Bobbye 
Groome, presiding. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Deal", Home Dem- 
onstration A^nt {of the City of 
Virginia Beach, was Introduced by 
Mrs. R. A. AraoW, Program Chair- 
maa. 

90%. Deal talked to the club 
aibwd **C«Mumer Buyiog wi Home 
FamfeWagl." * , 



Us^ Sun Classified Ads 



Hm basis of a fsrmaiiiiar ward- 
robe b tiie TradltloMtt Aawl* 
edhar Made dinner mM. Aa add- 
ed BOte of newB^a to ^ othw- 
wise Tradttiond concept of tfib 
suit is the use of a sflk bMc. 
It is worn wtth i deat e d h aa am 
fonnal shtai, onyx studs Mid 
lidn, Uack bow ami matdifa« 
cnnunerbpnd. Hie casaally p^t- 
ed white Ibien baadken^ef is 
still pvferred by Traditional 
drOfisers. 




R-M ALUMNAE 



NORFOLK — Alumnae of Iten- 
dolph-Macor. Wanan's College will 
hold a tnisiness meeting and lunch- 
eon at noon in the Carriage House 
oD &turday, Novanber 13. 
,' fteservatwns may be made with 
Mr^. John Langston, Mrs. M. Beas- 
ley Walker. Jr., and Mrs. Davkl 
Barr. 

OCficeis of the kx:al dtai^&r are 
Mrs. Barr, president; Mrs. Julian 
Comick, vice president; Mrs. E. 
A. Hekit, treasurer; Miss Ann War- 
ren, recording secretary; and Mrs. 
E. T. Caton, HI, correspoirfidg 
secretary. 



If a long iBnass kofrt you from aarning your weekly 
chack, your standard of Rving mHiht ba drasticolly 
lowarad. To maka iwra you can count on a regular 
bicome, whan you <v disabled by ilinaM or acci- 
dent, inauira now about .^na Life's Income Pro- 
tection nan. Coll for dttalls. 




We congratulate our local high schools on fheir 
bl Program f«x the training of the youth of today 
fSF+omorVow. 

r 

HOLT milCK INC. 

21st & Pacific Ave. 



WKLHER-STwrLlNll-S VWlLlNm 

JoHhMeYer 





CASH! 



Homeowners! 
Y<Hi can Get 

$1,000 
to $10,000 

REPAY ONLY 




Jurt ri^t ftnr beach and c<wi^ 
life is tfab b«»^ coat designed 
by J<te Weitz fo lUte Ont^w^r 
CoikctiiHL tt's a doaUe miel 
mdton tnanp coat. That's ieirth- 
a tote faeaO^ tte &Msa^ 
faaata, pedBrta and battoa holes. 
(Fran tte LalKiaad BCaaafaetiff- 
^ CoB^M^ of Sheheygas, Wis- 
) 



f>EH WEEK 

"FULLY PAID" PLAN 
No Applicotion Fee 



ItATliS^ 



2nd MOKTGAGK 

AM'T OF tOAN «SP- •----, 
S 006 »'•'* 



MUTUAL 

OF VIRGINIA 



CALL NOW 

622-6696 




Miss Elizabeth (Putsy) Ford, a DE student, is as- 
sisting a customer in making her selection. Miss 
Ford is a D^ student at Cox Hisfh School and I 
saleslady at Rose Hall 5 days a week. 

As tp 'rnployee of Rose Mali, Mlsa Poi#t 
duties consist of sales work and assistir^ wlth^ 
fashion merchandising and buying. Her future^ 
plans call for additional education as she wishes" 
to major in business administration. 

We are glad to participate in the DE fw^jectas we 
feel that the clubs are giving the students an op- 
portunity to work in the field that they may wish 
to pursue. 

Miss'Ford is a daughter of Admiral and Mii. We^ 

ren W. Ford of Virginia Beach, Va. 

Rose Hall is proud to have received a Certificate 
of appreciation for participation In tlie Youth Op- 
portunity Campaign which was presented by the 
President of The United States, LyiMton B. John- 
son. 



Brenda is a member of DE program and the staff 
of our business. We are proud to participate in 
this worthwhile program. 

SANDMAN MOra 

521 Utkln Road 
Hioni 428-4161 




LARGEST SELECTION 

Of SmoH Sizes 
3to i5^lol6 




SHOP FRIDAYS 

IM-ilO HIEEMASON ST. ||||.|| a n H 
DOWNTOWN NOtFOLK UIITiL 9 rsMs 



IRoBf Ball 

SHOPS FOR THE INDIES AND THEIR DAUOHT1H8 

GLAMOUR STARTS AT HOME I 
(for ihe holidays) 

Nothing does as much for a woman's iitorale as 
Unely clothes. So remembert Clamour starts of lwf» 
and 'see our wonderful netv collectum of at horn* ^tk$s, 
to help you look your very best. 

Opgn Manfiiy & Friday wmmgt Hi 9 pM, 
3133Va.BMcliiMl. W.leiA,^flii^ 



VlrglnltB** aJN, Thursday, November 11 , 1965 



OlviMNi ^ Ttar 

Vtfgmia &adi Sun 



Newt 
Vbyii^ Beach, Virgiiiia 23451 




. . Managhig f diter 
NItor 



V«., aBder the act of March S. IW 



Oitelii etty-HS per 



mfi^mfyilippw> 



OMItAQES M AMfIt 



mttiM y^iiwirfrmiff wmf 



A Tribute To Veterans 



They \0d to call it Armistice Day, 
the day t^t commemorated the day the 
armlst]^~^ir i^Kf whicJi erxted 
World War I. But after . the Second 
^ory War and the Koreai* conflict and 
tht^imy m%$n br\jsh ymn, the name 
wmoff JciaWy chafig^ to Vetesans Day. 
Although It h marked (m nrost calen- 
|lers in Twdt the real sigrrilicance or Im- 
rame of htovember 1 > seems to be 




To us, It should be a day of reverence 
a day of respect and a day of reflection. 
In 1 91 8, ^Sm^ut 1 > ivMrked the end 
to a conflict such as the worfd had ever 
known. It was called "History's Greatest 
Itor." Ami so it w«, that is, until World 
War II came along, ft was the first major 
t inltoirfnn ^ wt^h many countries 
of JBwoHd ^mA been involved against 
% prnmon «Fiemy. >t'^o was the first 
Jbiaiqr war in. which IMited States troops 
fo«ight bii^a m stran^sounding 
pitotft so far from ho«». ft •*» was the 
jMHn which more Am«k:an fighting 
1% wtre k^d or wouncM than ever 
b«fbre. ft waa a cirty war, oi» in which 
poiKm Oiwa «i «wr a^fcBome weap- 
bna wera uwA » w« th« first ww* m 
wNdi ^ a^i^ne was err^yed. It 
wm m ynpG^ ,w^ to the United 
$^M.' 1^ 0m ««VM on^ after the 
JLIMid SM^ mmmi t^ conflict and 
lhD»>d Ih itrafTii^ i marked ^ rise 
of #i» t^i*^ SWe^ » f teeming coun- 
iVfhM fc««0 * wo^ povwMi *^ . t pl»W 
to^ hi fa^«rtMMMi hmd, as weV •$ 

e^» Ind wtien ^ am* on N oMiwiber 
1 1, *ar €by w« ^ aakJ* aa a holl€ky. 
^ ^ff^tt-ased most il the scars of 
IM w», awd new ktsAtimm be^» to 
dtera BBWNory sortiewh^. Swde*wily, 
In tlWft, Ifir United S>^ was plunged 
into a war that far overshadowed what 
had been caHed "History's ^ Greatest 
V^f." Nearly ^ur years later it was 
over, but not before human suffering 
and misery had reached overwhelming 
t^^ti. Those who came home deserv- 
ed mrtr day of reverence, and Novem- 
hm 1 1 ^<wis chc^n as Veterans Day, the 



day that all veterans of both wars could 
call their own. Five short years later, 
/ th^ thiited States, "under the ausptces^^t- 
the United Nations, was in the grips of 
still another war. Again men died for 
their beloved country, but kept it on top 
as a world leacter. Since that time, our 
fighting men have died in many other 
places, and recently the casualties in 
Viet Nam have been high. But our 
Americanilghting men go where they 
are needed in the world to keep the 
uneasy peace. They are there because 
they must be, if the United States is to 
remain the leader in the world, and to 
allow all of us to enjoy the freedoms we 
have and love* 

There are mfHlons of veterans ol ^* 
of these wars, cbnflicts, and cold-war 
brush fire wars. Many have never seen 
combat. Many have. They all deserve 
our respect and our thanks on Veterans 
Day. In isolated places, wreaths will be 
placed on graves on IMovember 1 1 , and 
# short ceramony will be held In a few 
more isolated places. The flag of our 
country will fly in a few more places on 
that day. And school children will be 
reminded by their teachers about No- 
vember 1 1 and what it signifies. 

I^t/to our way of thinking this is not 
enough. Veterans Pay should be a holi- 
day #M* rivals no other. On that day 
we bel^e that Americans everywhere 
should bow their heads and pray for 
those w^io dhd nc^ come home, and 
pr^ thai another worldwide War never 
coiT»a» The day should belong solely to 
the American fighting men who Iwve 
be«>, are now, and will continue to be 
makir^ every effort at world peace. 

On this Veterans Day, thoughts of 
barning draft cards- and demonstrating 
against goverrwnental^ policy ^lould 
end. Those dissenters should take a 
long look at our country of today, and 
reflect upon what it would be had not 
our fighting men gone to war when It 
was necessary. , 

We salute the American fighting man 
and alt veterans on this day. 



A School By Any Other Name 



VN^ thought it was all settled. We 
IhcM^t^ the new school was to be called 
Oceana M^ School, and that was the 
jend of that. Apparently we thought 
Wrong. It seems that a certain amount 
pf @N^<Mprs^ is tfiH going on, and that 
the name Is definitely not acceptable to 
everyone. We are among those not 
coiWftoialv satisfied with the name, 
bceana High School. But we are also 
erwwg fhcie who would not b^ S'^ti*;. 
fi«^ with the name ,Vlrginia Beach High 
School. And Owen High School did not 
really strike our fancy entirely either. 

Basically vw cb not particularly care 
for Oceana High School, because we 
thought Oc^a wa srather far removed 
from the area in which the new school 
Is being buiJt. Our main re^on for our 
♦ep^d ooposlHon to Virginia Beach High 
School boils dovim to a feettng that one 
school should »»| be sinqled out as 
THE Virginia Beacfe H^ School, when 
there are so many o^f rs in the city al- 
ready. The alumni do not want to lose 
♦he name and w^syrr^thiie with them 
ut our original thinking still Nalds. We 
ould not be altogether happy with 
wen High School, mostly because we 
) not like to see schools named after 
dividualk, even tll^^ plecedlint h^ 
_ ready been set at Vlr<pH^a ^ach. We 
tHt nn am>ersion&<^ C^x ard Kellam 
gJi Schools, but we wwe delighted 
Aia»' decided' #vat rto more high 
joo;i would be named f^ Indivkhj- 

,^ ifM* put* us <# righl back where 
a ii ar l B d . . . wondwrln^ whal«0Aaf«» 




h-evafltbig Noctear Spread 



P^ It tt umiiiw *f *e 
Peraigii it ii l iaii i 




State Help for RelaxatlM 



the new schpol. If our readers. v^tl re- 
member, we suggested It be named 
First Colonial High School, as a compro- 
mise. After all, the facility will be on 
First Colonial Road. We still like that 
riame, although we recognize the prob- 
lem of the cheerle^ers in trying to 
spell It out In the various cheers. 

Ofher possible names have been 
bandied around quite a bit too. They in- 
clude Lynnhaven High School and Alan- 
ton High School. Certainly other groups 
and individuals have their suggestions 
also. 

AH we really suggest now is that the 
new school be named once and for alL 
We feel certain that regardless of the 
unnecessary controversy, once the 
school h named, it -vill be all over, In 
a year or two, the controversy will be 
forgotten and the students and others 
will be loyal to their high school, no 
matter what the nanrie. All of this seems 
somewhat unrgel to us, and quite frank- 
ly, we think too much has been made 
over the naming of a new schoc^. The 
way Virginia Beach is growing, addi- 
tional high schools will be needed soon, 
and we hope we do not have to go 
through alft of this again. 

Somehow or other,- we begin to be- 
lieve our ancestors had the right idea. 
They built a new school and called it 
P. S. 41, or 42, or 96. Perhaps, the 
names' were not so glamorous, but they 
did serve the purp«)W. One could tell 
one school from anctl^r without a 
ac@r«4rd. 



The Virginia Outdoor Recreation 
Study Commission, created by the 1964 
jession of the Virginia General Assemb- 
ly has turned in Its report. Although we 
heve r»ot fully examined the one hun- 
dred p^^ rep(»t, we feel that the Com- 
mission has done a thorough job, a 
comprehensive job, and a good job. 
while coming up with extremely work- 
able and reasonable suggestions. Pro- 
bably one of the most interesting rec- 
ommendations is'one that would create 
a new State depailment, to be known 
as the Commission of Outdoor Recrea- 
tion, rv =^ ^ ' 

It seerns to uslhat this IS an excellent 
•dea, and one that would centralize au- 
riiorlty over recreation areas in the en- 
t're state. At present, we bejleve there 
may be too many different organiza- 
tions with this same purpose, but they 
ire not working together well enough. 
We would like to see a strong director 
of this agency, if it conies about. To our 
way c^ thinking, he should cooperate 
fully with other agencies, but his com- 
mission should be an entity unto itself. 
The report urges- that the heads of the 
Department erf Conservation and Eco- 
nomic Development, the Division of In- 
dustriaf Planning, Commission of Game 
ind Inland Fisheries, and even the State 
Highway Department should be mem- 
bers of the new Commission. We aaree, 
but only in an advisory capacity, a ca- 
pacity that would make the new Com- 
mission the strongwt link. 



Obviously we at Virginia Beach are 
extremely interested in the report, since 
the tourist Industry is so Important to 
us. We consider Virginia Beach to be 
perhaps the most Inr^pcirtant area in the 
state for the hew Commission to tackle. 
The report recommei^s estabi lament 
of a substantial ocean beach front south 
of Sandbridge, and recommends that 
all efforts be pushed to add Fort Story 
to State Seashore Park, should the Army 
post ever be declared surplus. This is all 
fine and dandy, but the City of Virginia 
Bmjti ^ atjc^y had the fore$i(^t to 
' attempt^ esteblismwI^el^W^^ Sett^ 
of Sandbridge, and attempts to acquire 
Fort Story have all failed and will proba- 
bly continue to fail for many years to 
come, / •. * -'^ • 

In any event, we consider the Com- 
mission report a step in the right direc- 
tion, and hope that a new tfgency can 
come into being to hacKile outdoor rec- 
reational facili^es. 

Governor-elect Godv^nn has already 
specifically promised a comprehensive 
program to provide expwision of our 
natural resources and new facilities to 
attract tourists to Virginia's outdoors. 

We hope that much can be accom- 
pll$t«d. We wwT* to see hew or ex- 
panded outdoes recreatloral areas of 
Virginia Beach, and we want to see 
them'soon. We heartily endorse and 
support the efforts being made by the 
State and the City of Virginia Beach. 






Hooray At -Last! 



After all the words that have b^n 
.aid, both pro and con, on the subject, 
ve are more than pleased to see the 
beginning of construction of two major 
arteries in Virginia Beach. Independ- 
ence Boulevard, or at least the first link 
■5f it has f^ally been started, and con- 
.truction hks began on the much need- 
ed and much.discussed'Virginia Beach 
'o Norfolk TdU Road. That facility, 
scheduled to be completed In the latter 
oartof 1967, is probably the one moat 
needed road In the state. 

Ten years ago, traffic was already 
building up ori Virginia Beach Bou^ 
\/ard at such "a rate that it was evte^^ 
son>ething had to be done. Now, It be*- 
^ns, and when it is finishwd will pro- 
vide not only an expressway a>r»w6l' 
ng two majpr citiesy but also a rwm 
ocal east-west road for those who wish 
'o use the limited access road. The end 
of 1967 is «©♦ top far away. At least 
it wcm't be as long vow as it has been. 
We promise to be one of the first i^ 
he ribbon-cutting ^^ei^monies. 

IndepencJence ftoylevard will evea- 
tually provicie #» first red north-soirfli; 
Hnk throt^h the large city of Virginra 
B^idn^ bu« furtheffmore it will provide 
the oaly roajof rQad,betwewi the Shore 
Drive and Virginia Beach Boulevard 



TkeH haa bam mmk talk for mmay ymn i^^^ 
need to ^w«it tte ^read <rf nm)mi wm^fm mamm 
more and nwrt countri«. 

Last Auguit tht United SmtM p^ 
sentad a draft tPMty to pftw et y 
spread of nuclear WMipcHia to the Gafttia 

Conference of theElfhteM-JWon^^T 
mittaa <» Dfsarmament. Tm l^nm 
States treaty draft is the moat stgnMmft 
it«} takw towafti halting vmlm^mmi' 
<^ion since the 1961 United Natt^ 
Gm^al Awembly ^wotation whftaam 
mlled for eonclusion of as tatert«io«M 
a«re«nent on the subject ft nas mm 
bom fortified by the etoqumt appetf (^ 
Pope Psol to reduce offensive tfaiameata. 
HO AORHMBIT UACHD „-*!^ 
IB the Msuing wedo, discussion <>' »« U^.. tteaif 
drmft did not lead to sfreemmt iiiK^ the Soviet Wmj 
and Its alties eontin»y to maintain the position thrt»e 
non-^roliferati«i treaty should permit the crsatioa ^ 
NATO multHateraT force or Amsmwi^ ««»_» 
U.S. Atift. treaty does, of course, pffmit such wwaa 
since their creation would in no wiy tooreaae the bob- 
ber of states and other organiaations having the powaf 
to onlMsh noclmr fi^ipons. 

HOK rot WTUM ^ 

The 1MB disarmament talks in Geneva have Warn 
place against a background of infireaaed intarf ati^ 
tendon. However, as the sessito prt^rrewed l^raa 
itsSeptember 16 recess date the Sovlata thmnaivea «»• 
derlined the importance of reaching agrrtment <» »»- 
proliferation. The Communist natiqiM '?P'y* »Wg w 
the Conference also endorsed a report of the C»nfmmee 
to the United Nations General AsswnWy whteh sti^ 
in pitft ". . . the mmubers of the Committtia brtmjg 
the extensive discussiowi on major prowms . . . TOi 
particularly valuable in clarifying the respecttve poina 
of view . . ." and that "these discussions and exchangee 
of views may facilitate agreemmt in the further work 
td the Committee." ., ., « 

The Conf»ence of the Eighteen-Nation Committee on 
Itemnament agreed to lesume its meetings in Geneva 
"... as sotm aa possible after the termination of the 
consideration of disarmament at the Twentieth Seanon 

(rf the Genial Assembly " The United States has 

ita <h»f t treaty (m the table. We wiU continue to pursue 
Ota pofcy of the p«^ twmty years — poUcy describad 
^ President Jotauoe aa -. . . our conviction that the 
peace of the wcmtM requires firm limits upon the spread 
of nuclear weapons." As one of the sponsors of the Act 
which created the J^Mfmament Agency in 1961, 1 thoT' 
oof^ concur. " ' " " . 






Your JFail 




equipped to handle a heavy volume of 
traffic. We have often been distressed 
that there was no direct route betweeji 
Snore Drive and Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard from AAilAtary Highway in Norfolk 
to Great Neck Road. 

Md to thi& the soon to be started 
work on General Booth ^Hjlevard, ar^ 
we can look with |wide to a rie^ system 
of trfghw^s in Virginia Beaoi, a sys- 
tem that will not only make it e^ier 
to get from one point to another,^but 
CNr» #»at will tie the entire city of Vir- 
ginia Beach together. 

In another envelopment t^« State 
His^way Department is finally advertis- 
ing for bids for construction of the find 
fow-iane link of the Shore Drive, the 
new two lane bridge acrc»s Lynnhaven 
Inlet. We still do not know when con- 
struetfon there wHI actually begin^ but 

When all of these projects &r9 con* 
plet«i, we can envision a n^work of 
roads in our city that wiW b^ the rival 
dfnone.'Al^of these roads have been a 
long time in cwning, but it Is at last 
comforting to knoW that the first spade 
erf dW 10 be turned his either be»i 
cbnegr is about to happed In the near 
futoiC . 



H. GARNER 
. TidbeiBiide MethocUM 

fille d ^igiMB dan. _ _ 
_. inoiCp^leare'^mg'ffi^'SwiK thttret dSwercld advertising ' 
m tderaion daroter the Ixlk tf its time extoffin^t^ virtues of pain 
ukI headache and teKioo >elieva-s. Apparently, mm of the critical 
needs <rf our <feiy and time is peace-^wrswial peace. • 

Such a need seens JropesdUe to futflBon a day like this: the world 
s topsy-tarvy >OTth tonnrfl mi war, life noofves at aich a fast pace 
hM there isn't time to enjay the aimple pljBasures. and eadi at us 
s putted In a thousand ditferent directioiK-aU the way from iMe 
League to club activities. Perhaps no other gaieration has lived under 
the same kind o! day to day strain as the presant graie-atkjn. Our 
gPMt need, in truth, bs persoMl peace. 

Jesus Mid his disciples girthcred in that URjer Room ior ftek last 
meal together, and after a long period of instruction. h<5 said to tbsm: 
"Peace I leave witfi you; nty peace 1 give to yofi." llien, aknort as 
an rfterthoi^, he addei the words; ". . . not as ttie world gives do 
T give it to you." ". 

Tlw peftce of Chrat is different fron the peace of the worid—m'two 
Saste ways. For one thii^, peace as the world knows k is Aori tenn 
-eace. Tliat is primarilv becjuse the world has a way of defining peace 
TS absence f'xan troi*le. Too often we think we can have peace tf 
"ve avoid tmb'e, wa?k arwnd it, dodge it, suppress it. For examle, 

e have iffliored issues vitil to various rations which mi^t hwe 
-au^ troiA'e at tiia time. But because such iMues were st^ressed 
or the s.-'ks <rf peace at the moment, tliey later ervp^ m war. Ttiat 
s prcdsdv why the war we foueht in 1918 "to end wars" failed to ac- 
complish that end. Ths same thin« is true of personal lile: if we try 
'o have reace by putting of trouble, diat peace wBI be short-lived, 
''ut Christ aHvavs faced trwib'e squars'y and worked throush it. not 
around it. He ahva'-s came to grins v-ith prdblMPS vital to life, (tely 

fter VK hwe worked our way through our problems can vro evw 
'x"€ct to have a peace that is lasting. 

Seojrdlv, the oeace of the world usually tends to b« sha'fcw. I once 
'ojew of a church th^ w as always anxious to put its b"* foot forwwl, 
'o ^w its best face to thi> conrmiritvy It wM suffering fr^ 9eri<»is 

temal prcb'er^s. Atph? the individ'jal mesrhe^s of the congreeatitHi 
here was corsidTable bitterness, rivalry and dissension, th*! dwrth 
never cam« to spips with these problems, aVavs anooaiing them oivw 
'or the'spke cl a ca'm ext^-'o^. It is true that thTe was cakn on the 
'vurfpce, b'lt d<:'wn deeo, where it really mattered, the church was a 
^»eth<tt^, b-ii'ing shonr.'a^H of «^at it ^ouM l»ve bees, t^ pews A 
•t^w vs shtfow. The same 's true of hu-hird and wife who g» t^ffoiv^ 
"ficult tTT.es. tring to smocth ovw "rcblems jmd naver really w«rk- 

n? !he^ out. Such sha1%w oe^ce wiQ remf ia ^ars (rf mb ap r^ ip jg s 
■"^d rerha^s even divorce. But th-' wace ci Chnst is a •teen sad ^Mag 

eace whxh "passes understancHng." ^#aes bejreod ths inlcQKt Is 

^e deerest levr's of the soul. 

One thtof lac n oartt to b^ noted aboot tiiis: tte pMi» ttiA (^rkt 
offers roust be earned. It diallenges us to^al wiih sur rrnhlinsi daily, 
"» tmk fhmiigh .them, and s.-nret'-mes to get h^ l» da tt. ft renins 
hard work, ^y after di^^iA Wa worttt it! 

f/ron mims scimow] 

I DATES A^D EVENTS PIIOM YESmOiygteS I 

kar 5»1MI. 

Atrslwiii UM«tai WMdecMI 
Nntmkm I, UM. Its V^ niinaJMi Fiiiihi. mmmm%mt^ 

'ma rim lii rt •■ a a; M t s l et tta IsfMcm F«Hy flwl Mptml . 
ia a ttMMliia Mil oMMB pMikti hi aH9«% WMftb^Nia. 
ker ^n7«. 

He fan Ammkm U^mi cwnaili at«ti la Mtttnii w ^ 



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VIRGINIA BEACH-aiiveteDU- 
dves fttai Um Sodal Securttjr Of- 
fice ndU be at KoM'».ilQre h| 
Princess Aone HiA dioi|Hi 4ltf 
pK pQMRvea it MraitfviWMpa- 
ker »ft«n fkiJi flli9t,A, td 
mm. fVMii* a# • ttteUit'^ 
wron for the health instrance po- 
tectioi under social secivXy. bi^ 
1(ler known as "Medicart.* 



W|**RE 



JOi GORMAN & M ROUNTREf 
CHMUK (CHUCIQ Hi^ 

>. «l^>iBGH SraOOR 

K)- ' 



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% To ha\» HJch fine Employees as Joe, Al and 
^^k. Tl|is «v:dl#ir kk Training Program ol BE 
enables s^t^fentivfts better prepare themselves 
fik f he f Mtjuiti |jf 'lomorrow. 




ion»|Mble 
liiMii to 



die So^ Securty KM^I^&c0m. 
Iliese we the pe^oia ap £ or 
older «^ are co^niinff to work 
wd haw never if^i^ ^ *^^ 

«t Mt entitled to aodal aMirfty. 

oMOt. (»- a civil service annuity. 



ki. idMled t o yhy ftatinaMae 
Hat to llto UPOiiQHp ^m0^ 
Ite* Utti* 

fVhn riw tevd about the casttag 



Itairlad to itabirt W 
a retired arnqr oflcir who it no# 
treasiver of R. W. Hudgtos « 
Sobs, the Imm BorteoMM have 
settled to VbgMt Beach to Bagi 
Oriooy. alter a recent I year toiu 
of (tofy in ttie Gnal Zona. 

Acting to shows to tlie Caul 
Zeotwas a tot of to. aeoQiding 
toWn. rkmtog. andrngaod way 
to beeome ac^pi^ntod with ptf- 
soAs of staiilar totmsti. 



to"Si' 
who to 
persiM 

Jane, wMi her fair (nontaunce 
aoAwkto nipsiMafl eyes, toete Uto 



"Sitoat »iiibt. Leoaly »a#it." a 
g«itle druna, wifl be {meeited 
Deoember 3, 4. S. and 10 and 11 
at the Courtyard Pla;^ouse (» 17th 

eileA 

C^m menobers of iix cast of 
the furgUa BMch UHle theatre's 
of tte MtHn m 




And when tb9 eame to Virginto 
Beach, the Ltttie Iteiire vm ona 
of her fim vanbires to flddNl 
new btooBa pithto tbe^ eheieB 
bomelotfu'And they foupd an dUl 
fri^L to ito persoB of Lto* SUa 
whft^l|^r«ct te LT play. Masy 

Mil aiih •tone's HMter4n-li(Wt 

with Ifn. aOs to Not|& tlfetto 



l^sray Mai^, Chs*le8 MsrtfB, tsod 
Tom A. E^fy A*. ZMrector is Us 
Sffla. 



WMnii 



BIRTHS 





rol belove 
wifi has a 



the Sodal Secu^ Ofioe te am- 
Ws to learo of thliap«-son6 and 
Hmm i^ emUm before Q» 
nirii whiefa will ccafc Mir oa. 



MY 
SUPftR SAT. 



Paul C. Crawford 
tended an ai^ruKed camat for 
local agenU of the StatvFatn^lbh 
toal Automobile tosnrwce Oa.. at 



) BAiCKBiAY-^ltaEiMui's'SO' 

^^ of Oirifttoo q«i^ at CSuff* 

gtf^ UeilMidtot dmrch wm present 

the wtond lopper rad itaiMr oK 

Saturday, HovembK 19 ^ ^ 

(W«^ acjtialk^ firem 4 to 8 pm^ 

f<n wMiB itfl be IIJS 

Jlipftia a cfeliea 



Mr. and Mrs. L. Wirt Wdka•^aaj 
nounce the birth (rf their sec^ 
diUd. first (fatqNer, Lyn» Aui, 
on Nov. 2 in Nori(ft Genend Ifos- 
pital. Mrs. Walker is tiw former 
IBsi Betty Jean McWniianns. 
daus^iter of Mrs. B. G. McWII- 
Bams. of Norfolk. Mr. Walker iq 
lie son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril L. 
INier of Norfek. 



8|i^ S. KeUni wMi Mtok Mm kge UMsa Vin0ai«> eiBetolr open I 
aUa at Ott Ovto Center last tteadsy. lie ts s to ii na tadlea haai the 
shew Ac great saeeesa If was. (Itafr phsto by Mee.«). 



tern 



SUCCESS MJUIKS iWTKWE SHOT 



Qr« 



Mrs. 



Charles J. Ctn< 
the biiti) ei 
fteir thM chUd, secead dauber. 
Kelly Ann, on Oct. 28 to the U. S. 
Naval Hoepital, Portaanouth. 



R G E I T I 




ttr. and Mirs. Jmm L Rasfa^ 
aunonaee the birth of their third 
ddU, second son, Robert Lm, m 
Oct aa to DePaul Hospital Mtj. 
Baskett is the fonnsr Miss JsKuoe 
Ponhud. dau^^MT of t. P. Fore- 
hand of Soiah MUls. N.C. Mr. Ha»- 
iMtt ii the SOD of Ifir. and lfr9. 
Jamea B. Haskett of 'Fodsaaw^ii- 



VmcINU BEACH - The 
arniuid Anticpies Sww {s-esented 
l^ fte Prtocess Anne Woman's 
dub Cor four days last week at the 
dvic Caiter has be«i dtelored 
die 't>est (uie yet" by te gowral 
chaimugi of tto ^ow. Mrs. J. 
JSR^s DavU. F^^oeeds reidlMd. 
add iq> to a good profit mar^, 
and the dia l ers who pariidpitsd 
were,i),^f«U leased that anuiy 
haw tmmtd space for next 
jwsr's Asw. 

tltt more Aan fifty deitot dk- 
{^Q»«i a vari^ of tx^mfta to 
the mam room and ov«rflowtog 
toto the mr o^;es. Di^ys ad 
fao(rths were mmned l^ mai^ 'old 
MMidsf wd a few newccm«y 
and aB were «^uiriastletfy m- 
speded by the record crowds 
whidi ^MM to look and stiQ^ 
to browse and nsim% went home 



7th with soHMlhtog special. 

Antiques, flavorful foodi c«»- 
turned h ostess es, ssid the geeerjd 
W ef attndlng m inportMt ftine- 
tioB aH add«i up to a very sue^ 
cessfid show for the Prtoe«^ Ame 
WoniM'g Ch^ Md for the Ml«^ 
Mental Uy^um Cltok which wiU 
beneilt 

Many prizes were awarddl dar 
ing the four da^ shew. "R^ prtoe 
of the Oiedwed Fh^ Honda wm 
vKn by fifenu Naa Lee BlaidBeBAi. 
of Virglrda Beach: Mrs. E. L. To 
ler of Virginia Beadi will oijoy 
a weekend stay at the Wanderer 
lietd at JekyI Uasd a Oeergia; 
Mn. D, P. I^^i^iev of Iilorfolk 
«fl have h«r weeheod at ttie 
Blockade Runmr Motor Hotd id 
WrightsviHe Beadi, Wibnii^;ton. 
N.C: and Mrs. Jean Stiffler of 
Virghito Beach reodved the cheese 
box t^ from ROl^ Upholst^y. 



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PROCLAMATION 



the 
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MBntlBimvfe EDUCATION CLUH mt AMERICA WEIX 

ChoMtog ctfeers to Americals iitotiWesB JUiftuBoB qrrtem 
young high school men and woaiBi to tHstrihtA^p^-saocatian 
thPWghoMt WrgMa have de<«csM Hi iJiili m taWifai mA 

M tte aiSkt servloe ar<» cf aur aeitoanp anpnii 
ledge, al^ity and tatoato wiU maha na «Nr gNBtoT euBtiftnrtwi la a 
p RHytto u s Vii^hria. 

thitN^ ttieir otyuitoattos then yMli pasfh h«m set asidt *a 
period Navembcr 7-18. igia. as DI s Uiiu l aa Wanmi dohs ef Anaeriea 
Week to Vkginto. and I commend Ihia alMMaM to al ear 

A. CSHriHa. it., C kwssaec , 



BAYSfflB ~ lbs Ba^i^ Ltooa 
Ouh met raeently A Sem Drive 
tan, with itm pretodentp E. How- 
ard Pwley. preskhng. L 

tha Saisty Cennittoe of ths 
c^ presented U. & aavi^ Bonds 
to fM9 Past OBos eanieit ita 
6^m fw ^ Bayride Branch br 
tiirir nlBty reesid. thto is te 
|ii^ year thai the Bi^skto Uaas 
£U» hKiBade*^ award. 

SiHwrkitsndent M. N. Nash> ^1 
the Bayskto Post 0£5ce. made the 
awtfds to Mrs. Laura Carr. Mrs. 
kroie Mwtitt, Moiford Jordw and 





VA. BEltCH 

HAVE FW 'UPSTAIRS' 



QmA spedter for ttw neeitog 
was Pwtmasto- Jos^ T. Q-ott- 
».. im taMst sa fta tapU 
sf te Past one* siricd 
tta liltoto Beach sMisr. Emr 
plyM increa s ed from 78 to 3Qt>. 
H ikapast yssr ttto viiaae of 
«Ht kM iHM«ad »paana( but 
At asnpaMr has ^ kMRased 
3 MUeeiBl li 4 petteal 

QMssahite ifiowcd tta aaieibers 
a iHm ealllled "ilnnnfhrans at 
mprk." t dlyielad tfaa Mitoys chi- 
ttis if an mea ine anny bm malL 

Hm etoh wai hsVJi Aanual 
ligMms aieot Satwday mA &m- 
aadM, at the 
Gob drib, hi tta vtoiniiy 
of tte new Lake 1M^ Kotor Ifo. 
(el. S^iooting will commence at 
t:8a a.Bi. nd continue laitil da^ 
eaeK day. Dewsy Emmons, sec- 
ond ^e presidait, Is to diargs 
of tf*» "Tarkw Shttii" 

BtoMMi tm flf Usw istoma- 

hsKI iHiv FUt Con- 

IMisail^ihs Lain m00t, Motor 

^Mde w!U 

in attend- 




Vmc^NU. BBACe-^^ mti ^rast; bahvespi 
Avemas. te a^ I* AIM wiSi the aomti «< fpe|iBag U^onl balb, 
stretddog wbadaa HHfctog it exercises and Joky stei^ Mit ov«r 

beer, and aa «gg tOt^ stiiAirleh 
(br faur^hits. oa^^.be M ^ A* 

Dfaie tore l|i^ ^ nev^ h^ 
hang helple»ly finMs tl^ dare like 
ceOtog. R^ an^ Uadl^oidrapM 
covtf Uw wtodows and an dd pool 
roobllN, toll over fnm the aduU 
chib. m hiada to the rear bf the 
rfiofifr. 

Aenm Ak roam^ factog tfif >»" 
and ito ftooii. a isoadiirtod weH 
to 'siiMtered wHh an eraiiga and 
blade psslfr froRi the ShaAiws, 
an «talt'^. a Mojfs Tea* mmt 
meflu'anf a psHer for the Ftotters, 
a teen rode 'n roll slicing gro^- 

Itto Uiatalrs got M sCSrt emar 
the summer. John Whittaker oper- 
ated a cM> to tito basement (d he 
Waverty VxM. Ttut New YoA pro- 
moier was there for two wcdcs and 
he had to neve. 

Whittaitor ashed Ssfey.triMs he 

IMS knewtt^Ksa MO, to hri^ Mad 
open on 17th Street t^§itmi 
"Vnde Herh," that's whsilhls 
ynmg^ patrons cafi Um, Mt jm 
tte managen^nt to (s6vr that Ut 
partner could retimi to N. Y. to 
ov«>see didS i^ieratiims there. 

The chd>'s anisic is f(^ coun- 
try wefftem, and nuae Mk. the 
entertainers are Bob Zentx, Ken 
White and other Tutewater str^rs. 
Washington talent, John Bas^ 
who reeNrds for €Atod}to ftaae^ 
Ins., vi^ once to a fhfti 

The patrons ara yoimg, 
and awB youi^ar. Ihipp 
(r«» Ulli vAimh, k>isl Wm* 
and naval fadUties. And they 
seem to tise their identity to the 
chib ... not bei!^ to or out. La^t 
«edcaid a party from Sof^ 
went upstahn. 

Hfere to a ^ar cover tOiary. 
the (Alb pow ^^ts 80 people aH 
aocorttig to its manager, 8^78 
pe^e are ti« typical crowda. 

Ftobid)^ te mc^ unusual fea- 
ture ^' the s^t is that it Stayn 
Qfep untt three, four or ftvv* in 
the^orntog., Fcr the jroungsr pa- 
trons, Uticle Herb bsintly' titoafs 
wtth l^anon «A# Me QMftbave 
to 'he hatutm mm aH^'Vllir 
paredto €iq;>e^ ^thdii. 

M) haai(%K^ Ui, 

and, they are hapi^ that te«ashA)te 

a aisMdcobol <^. 
t^ those who say t^t folk ma- 

sic is a fad, Heit^ toV^ th^ tc 
,vwt the dub wblsh. saslbs^ to 
iSM^ tha^ ffXk owA: d tt^ l^tash 

hii tahsn'S it^ttwuawt home. 



AmoQgst ^«f tl^^wa^aall 
door with an ovacheaA t^ aad 
white sip beams, "the ^tJ|sM% 
A GsOse House With Ne AMohoL" 

This haaky-taA (tt^ Jas been 
tovaded by a. tseiMiga UBl music 
cluh. - . 

Once a pdvate sporttig due, fSm 
UpsMrs M aendMI fltiae^ ft 
on^ dark d(»r and up t\^ tlights 
of steps. Atoog the eabtodce^idl- 
way thve to Sttk 11^' a»d okl 
record jsdMt ethers m te waQ. 

bsids the duh. wUeh Is operaL- 
ed by Beih SiAiy. 41, of Vlmnia 
Beach, a Cto^mM red* cmwed 
bri<^ back drop sad nuutoifly 
noted deewated heater are tile 
fim- i^hto t» hit a vtf tor's eye. 

, Saaall kitdwR tahtos aad chairs 
.^ te room and osndlei <^ 
lij^ Taxi c^ ash tr^iys. witii 
th^ smothsted leaves, also deco- 
rate the night duh goer'a Mire. 

Aleag cm waU of die dub. an 
olbf bar with bar roiMi U&r fUmm, 
rami bar/ rosan^ ttfa>/nrs «Bd hon- 
ky-tonk bhWi red. and orange li^ 
d|er the d^ibers food ai^ bewr- 
age. Cokes ud oilfee, that is Um 
strot^est drkdc. neat to toe near 



Vaaee ittteheB to Us heme at 4act florid street, (a^niwh pho^, 

MITGHEU. VmS AljQM 

' ' , , -#1 - . ■ _ 

maOINIA BEACH - VMoe|yw shew. 0^ fi fateMpii «{ 
MitcfaeU, wdMowwn local artist. USB pieces s>da^l#^)iy arti^ 
has recdved a Merit Award to in. 40 stotes wera.sdected for the 
tte anowal WeirfhorqioQD Art ShoAriAow. 

al the' totversify of North Carji- Tire show was iiMged by C. V. 
Una sponsored ^ the Dlllard Pa-Doaovaa, diredar, Kraineil AH 
po'CsMpany to Greensiia*. N. t. Muaeutn, CoQege of FIk apd ^ 

3%e award was w(ffl by Uspltod Aftt^ IhAfersUpM IW^s. 
patot^ "HatlMrta^ sf ¥^ngK"y The sboa n^to dliaiilt Hovaen* 
one of two pai^ni^ accapted forber k 



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Vfc^nlt Bwdi ^N, Thursday, htevember 11 , 1 965 




«ie NASQAR mmn trnt it migM teem the world oT auto 
^kamli^ to a slaathitii. tlM leaeon may be ovn^ but ttere re> 

natal a ftd wuMr of dt^grm^ at the Virpna Beedi Dragway at 

Cnedi <m Ro^ ttS. 

LMt weak afipraximately 126 cars were in the ccmpetition at ttie 

strip. The (fragw^ aSets the U^ in lasxiiy «itMtainment. It abo of- 

Cers Ihi top cmt prizes and trophys in the Southea^em sectton of the 



fWl WMeheod te no exceptoi in the fine competitkin and oiter- 
elfarad eaeh Sattn^ oiglit Jack DeLong, the track pro- 
saM Tueschy tiiat fills Saturday nl^ the strip wfll present its 
Vet«tffi«* Day race. DeLong said all ^rvicemm will be ad- 
nMei free at tlie ipeGtator'a tide of the track, whai they show ttieir 

kk sA ffitalka rcaHt ^~- .-- -, -' ' —^ ■ — 

, OiLoi^ said he expects a Ml house of supe^9KlclBen, dockers, 
modtfieds, and moloftydes. 

of tte popular coinpecUtora will be on hand for ttw occaskm. 
*e list wiB be Ricky IWliday in his "B" stock GTO, Buddy 
iMt in Us 01<fe "442." and the grand dd man of ^ str^, Pop Wfritt 
ta fall hmri-head. super-stock Plymouth "Sly Fox." 

One of ttw Mwer cars si the wadt, a Lotus Cortina, driven by Ray 
of Noilolk, wiU be on hand to anaze ihe fans. Last week this 
iHlirmide tts deb^ at the Vii^inia Beadi Dr^ay and wowed 
illfm Hmk with speeds of better than 100 m.p.h. .^ 

mi ttfle four-cyUnder car placed second m Hi dnivMi year 
at tfie r»e irt Sebring, florida. Ttia faiAasitk automobOe tacbs up to 
M» XJ^M., lometiung unusual iar a UtUe 06 hoTMpower en^ with 
fri^ linr cyUnda^. 

Ton "Smdur" Smitii aiM Mwiday that he f^m to come down from 
WiAli^OB and brtii% hk fueynjected, siqiaitodt Vo6^, "Smdcer 
Fut Tm," f^m'$ dr {diced first in tiie Daytnu Wintemational I^i^gs 
eirtier this ytmt mi mtt^ morm (xL 



H06BY SNOW 

PRDK^ffl ANNE-CWKb Ete- 
n^ttaiy Sdwol pve America 
Educatk» Wedt sp«ial observ- 
ance last Tuesday with the tacUi- 
sion of a Hobby Show of ami for 
all tfw diiklren. 

Tlie idea began in EOa Mae 
Ctodley's fifth grade. fr«n which 
the children »&A out written in- 
v^<Nis to aD Uie .students in the 
•Aool to disptay their special hob- 
ble. 

•Oie result was a fiU«l gynma- 
skim at the sdiocd with as many 
differeait and varied h(W>les as 
could be imagined frwn collections 
at rdics, hornets nests, and leaves 
to didks Mid nMdels. 

A display made by the school 
Mbrarian preseited ways the li- 
bnry may be used. 

On Tuesday aftoiKxm, Miss 
Kii^, efehientary sup^viMr (rf 
Virginia B^Kh sctwols. gave a 
talk OQ "^Reading at Home." 




GettiBg a preview look at the CUUrea's boilh «• he for (he 
Cbnrdi Baxaar beh^ hdd ItovcBiber 17 are Odi *• J^t) Mn* 
Cammy Bmee. Sealed. An Bnter AMeniMui aid ' 



of ^M ah«|i|itai« at the GaUee 
Ituairi Am lb 
(Belee phsto). 



%is Of FlH Say Hfinterizt' 



MOPT THE NEPTUNES 



MOn^MJC — That fever known 
ft exiit 0^ in T^ewit«r has 
itivdt igaa. 

m Neptaiitis, and this ttne ^ 
bug ^a strudc the oui^xtt at (M 
Dondidm GoQc^. 

H a move prd^uiAy without pree- 
eaiBt hi Ae Uaited ^irtes. the 
iMeiit body It ODC has oOhsialfy 
adopted ifae Norfdk Neptunes is 
the hxrthaQ teon of (M Donii^ 
CoDege. 

F^«n1fere cu out flu Weps wlO 
"do or die for dear oki ODCf' u 
w^ IS tiieir irdeirt sipiwrters 
ttVBUi^wtt Wemet when ^ 

fuAaH 



(kmnl Mttugar Jkn Diam, on 
heUlf of the N^f^ines, act^ited 
tte fidoirii^ i»^amitkA from 
the students at COC this week: 

"the Legislative Council of the 
stadeiA gamracaeBi ad Okl D^ 
mtakn CcUege, in «der to foster 



sdwd iqpirit and to aid in the 
growth aid devetopment of the 
NorfA NqJtunes football team, 
does ba«by adi^ the Nwfdk 
NqitiaMS as the football team oi 
(Hd Dominion Cdl^. 

"Ih^ slttD be known to us as 
the NorfoDc-ODC Neptunes, the 
Monardtt (^ the Sea. 

"^ studetfs He iBfil to siq>- 
pcMt the I^tunes and it diall be 
tile ft^a ttus bodty to sneeiff- 
age staidait groups to unielake 
prqjeoli ih the team's behalf. 

"Submitted this fiie ei^ day 
of Itoiwnber. 1986.'L 




naha their aaxt ^irt it 
Fldd <m Saturday n^ whoi they 
(^Me out tiie 196S seastm against 
tfie Newark Bears. 

ndtets are on Mde daily at all 
Peifdes' I^ ^ores and at the 
Ncf^ine offipe at 300 Boush l^r«et 
hi dow^JWB Norfdk. 



Among its many other cprmota- 
tions, fall means "changeover" if 
you drive where the weather ran 
drop below freezing. Snapfv t&ti- 
pwatures, the snoell of burning 
leaves, and the Hrst pateiwi of 
frost are stnxig hints to get the 
family car to the servke station 
for winmzing. 

What slmild ^ $ak for? 

Aitifreeie (unl^s you have an 
air-cooled engbie). Have it a^led 
— «r jiKt tested if ywir car has 
air c<mdit|onii^ and requires some 
antifreeze- pwrtection year-round. 
(Consult your car owner's manual. ) 
Most major oil companies recwn- 
mend and will guarantee this pro- 
tection 5 to 10 d^rees belo* the 
expected tow. Be^re, too, if your 
car has a wipiniek^cleaning de- 
vice that, tar winter, ^ fluid m 
it alM contains ant tfasn. 

Ab oO diange. You'll need an aD- 
wei^hor dl (K- a sii^ grade 
blended eqiecially for winter. Sin- 
gle grade pranium oils/must be 
purchased by grade-a^orfing to 
the season: medium-grade for f^l 
or siM^ng, heavier for summer, 
and li^tor for winter. Again, fol- 
low the reconsneadatkms in your 
owner's maiMud. 

Rostpiwfl^;. If s not too expul- 
sive, and it's a good addition if 
you don't ateariy ha»fe' ft. Pfoces- 
ses Ifte Amo<jruard Ifaistproofing 
hel^ pnted the more vulnerable 
meial undemerth the cnr from 
rust, salty slu^. fl^i% stoies, and 
other hazards so typical of winter. 

Winter drivhq; equ^mieiit. Take 
invoitory and add what you don't 



LEAtiilE RESULTS 



have. B^des what you should 
always carry— work gloves, den 
rags, a flashUgbt, md a flrst«ld 
kit— ywj'll need special equipmeit 
for snow driving: tire chains, a 
bag of sand, a small shovd, «h1 
an ice-scraper-and-9iowbrudi. Most 
of it can be stored in the trunk. 
For convenience the scrape* can 
ride up frmt. A cdlap^te <ne 
wiU fit right into the gtove awi- 
partmoit. 

A thenwgh tunemp. The ideal 
fidl changeova: includes any nec- 
essary lutn-ication and a basic s^e- 
ty check of steering, wheel align- 
ment, lights, tires, battery, fan 
belt, muffler, tail pipe, cooling 
system, transmission, and differ 
ential. Besides Uie Sfrfety chedc, 
parts like fuel filters, oil filter; 
spark jJugs, fuel pump, brakes, 
distributor, and, in some new cars, 
the PCV (positive craiftcase vent) 
valve shouW also be carrfully in- 
spected. 

Service stations like those in the 
American Oil Company's fall 
Check Point prop-am will take care 
of everything you need automati- 
cally if you simply say, "Change- 
ova*, please." Tliey also serve 
as all-winter certers for snow tires 
and other equipment and sudi serv- 
ices as towing and quidc battery 
diarges. 

Snow, sle^j tkA, ice, and the 
oAo' loinoyances d winter dt^ 
mand extra alertness at the vrbteti. 
Winter driving ss a challeige, hA 
it doesn't luive to be a chore. All 
it takes is «}me good iM-^»ratiao, 
starting — now — with \he ||J1 
changeover. 



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Kent Carter 



a broken leg^ 



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VBiGDnA OSACH— The Kenpa- 
^Be Fi^om wei the dumr^ian- 
i^ in die Virgmia Beach Recrea- 
te D^rtmoit qxHwured bter- 
midMe iMgue by d^eating 
Khip Grait VUdi^ \iy a score 
ef »0. 

the drnqriooshlp gune was 
I^qwd tairt Saturday iJ^ at tiio 
Oo^na ball fyd betweoi the two 
tons. Both toims bad previously 
hMB tied with 6-1 rec(»ds. 

1%e Woodstodc Charges defeated 
the Oc^na Bears 13-0. in % nm- 
If^i^ coitol 

In the ^msx League, the Ara- 
gona Ddts remained unbeatei as 
tb^ sfan^ped Hialia 27-6. It was 
the e#ith win for the Colts with- 
(At a d^eat. 

In the s^cffld Junior League con- 



Cavalier Circle 
Goes It Alone 

V3W3iNlA BEACH - -flie thirty 
mesrbeni of the Cavalier Circle of 
^^H^inia Beach, Iitfemational Order 
ol Ihe tOng's Dai^hters, unani- 
nrnndy v(A^ to resign from tts 
af^iatkm with the Norfolk Oty 
VAscl of Kh^ Dat^iters, uid to 
work in(kpen^itly f<»' bod am- 
mui^ atgykst acdi the General 
Ho^itd 0^ ^^i^teia Bneh. 

IMde* oaridefAtlao lor Ksne 
Vmm, fte adko mi tdcei A the 
r^lar OM^b^ h^ it ttie bame 
of Ito. Junes B^oi^, &r. 

^Q^^who wIB wesn^ tiie new 
tadii^B^siC inH iffe Ifrs. Joto F. 
VHna, Jr., i^aideni; Mrs. ^n^ 
P. Sadler, vice pr^MJent; Mrs. 
Dean Oniis, recordh^ serattary; 
Mrs. John B. Norfleet esresno^ 
ing secretary: Mrs. L. S. 0x1^, 
freasurer: and Mrs. Jta^C. J^ 
advisory dudnnan. 

Guest iqieaker at the mec^ was 
Mn. A. Bentfy BM SMi^ioard 

orAkt, who sq)p4^ te gi«t|> 
^ ffny hif 4pm^ «( At ae- 



test o( tiie idgM, Uie Eai^es and 
Greenwich battled to a M tie. 

hi the Midget League the Round- 
Robin Tournament for the cham- 
p«a»hip, the Virginia Beadi Mari- 
ners ux! the Green«dcfa Tigers 
were first game winners. The Mari- 
tal d^eated the Plaza diargsrs 
40-12. The Tigers downed the Rams 
by s(X)ring five touchdowns to the 
Rana oik. 

In other midgdt non-loague an- 
cminte^, tl» Char^^ defeated 
Wooc^odt 18-12; the Thorobreds 
sttq^ the Larkspur Hawks 13-0; 
ttie Kings Grai^ Vikings rolled 
over^e KempsviUe CardinBls 2S-0; 
and Courthouse nipped the Packers 
20-19. 

A(^ob^ in the Ei^t-Man Midget 
League saw the Kings Grant Vi- 
kings upset !Cd& Bay Colony Blue 
Devils 25-20; the Baylake Raiders 
rt<^ing the Plaza Red Devils 7-0; 
the KempsviUe Eagles nippjng th^ 
Panthers 13-6; and Greenwldi beat- 
ing tt'e Larkspur Hawks 34-80. 

In the Aragona-Pembroke S^ght- 
Man League the Pac^^^s an4 Uie 
Cobras played to an 8-8 Ue; the 
Ponies routed the Royals 3Mj the 
Kings st(^>ped the Panthers 34-0; 
and the ^ts beat the Cavaliers 
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Karen Tillett of Va. Beich High & Frank Hope of 

Va. B. High 

BOTH ARE SENIORS 



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Youth Clots 
Sovtn Years 

VIRGINIA BEAOI - William 
Harv^ Jerodn^ Jr.. has beei 
sentenced to U seven-year terms, 
to run comnirrei^, by Circsiit 
Court Judge Robert Wahab, Jr.. 
vi^ Kj^rted a deiense su^estion 
tittt he drfer sentencing fwr a year 
to permit Jennin^' parents to send 
him to a privMe mental hcBpital. 
Ui^ead he ordered him confined 
at Soirfhwntem ^ate Ho^ital in 
Markn. 

^snii^, 19, Mt a kical court 
feeerd of Hi s^arate diarges 
ited against him. He is the son 
•i Ifr. and lArt. \roiiam Harvey 
Janii^olBagr Cokny. 




Linda Parker 
Of Vb-ghda Beach Hlgh> A Sentor and Presideot <tf DE Onb. 

We Feel Privileged— 

To be able to obtain -SMfih^ outstanding DE stu- 
dents. The training they receive on their job novv, 
v^e hope in some way will help them In their 
future. 




BARR'S REXALL PHARMACY 

Atlantic & 17th St. 428-1211 

HULTOP REXALL PHARMACY 

1701 Uskin Road 428-4424 




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Well he didn't really do it all. What he did was 
install telephone service for a doctor's new office. 
But then, every day he does something just as 
important. He keeps telephone service running 
smoothly for people who need to call doctors and 
relatives and, grocery stores and friends. Making 
sure they can is what Kent likes hest about his job 
as a C&P serviceman. ' 

After aU, he likes to call people too. 



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stsm^ jMMl privacy. Mbd tor cM^ 

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{uifilani alMMe hMt^ra, rtawrgr 
ft tub b^ NMr iNpj^. Cdl 



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Virgini*: 

Tbe r^pilir wijliij «! As C«w- 
cfl rf fte City of Virffiala B»M»f* 
will be hcM in the Oreoit Comi 
en Moixlay, Novaril)a' a. aK at 
10 o'clodc ajn. 

At this time, llw 
Vir^a Regirajri 
Stu^ will be revUnwd. 
avaiable in office ar4lie<% Ital- 
nii^ OoagvimSm md MSit U> 
braaes. 

Ate at tids tbne the fdkwtag 
appte;^:k» wiU be hMU^: 

A^limtion d Ocean Smd ibU- 
ing < ^ p ora t i w i fo r atMe^HlUr 
to con^ruct 40 unit moid on mP' 
tain [At^>«rty kKirted at ti» Soi^ 
east interKctioi of Atliutic Ave- 
nue and 18th Stre^ fin»^i^ idS 
feet on the Salt skle tt AAantte 



dmmm*4ii^ 

propety Une, a widft of 1» iMt 
itoil Ike Caetan fnperty toe.; 
Iki Alitrttig MP te te and ior; 
fadElm; 'OeMbMMlfelteMiiiRB 
tf MaiMe AvtH| m^ ak VMt 
ftsa^ » tmm 0M iMl rite 
i4 MMfle Afewa, bv0m l» 

Streii a d^OiHrf t» M diiig 
tile !lBta»n prtisei^ line, ud a 
addUBt^f JflB tet 4lng tha £aiAem 



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4Mr 4mI mA 4( VaA Ma. I « 
4Ui m Thmm^Mm^ ^t 




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$m^ W« »^m fl>a 

iide m Ikm^ M. »»• SaMe 
Bead. 

A M* d«oA flf mom 1^ be 
Mfitaid of 1^ jMOoarfid tsmm. 
■Si^cmM ^ ie 1m nsde to ttii 
dqni iniiiaHn'. nt {M^ar^f fW- 
be lold ttNect la bldHiew due on 
te« jxier Aaedi of "tait, ttM 
MafiOOts d i^idi mil ^ 4o> 
nnaeed at tta w^ Je^ B. 
Jamea. Itualae. 

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Mml^havh« beefi naade ta the 
tiMl4tfi» J3Md fli Iturt record- 
ad ti ihi OMfa Q«ee of tile Or- 
eA «!«« fli the <% of Vir^ria 
teiA. inrgWa, la Deed Book 
M. at ^[gi nt Jnd upon tiie 
)Mgf» iBqiaai. Aa m# >FfHpi* 
^ aifl at f^lic akiittM ta the 
MiM* MiK. it the fmi door 
^ fha CimA Ctm «( ^r^nia 
BmA Maeeai Mpe. ^ginia 
Bea^ ^^l^ri^. « ttavwaher IS, 
Wi;''tf IB:W an., tte^tiperty 
«iliAeh^dkigand tanprovmieiitt 
Artan. WM paitioikr^ de- 
Mtted and Mt out in uHd Deed 

of Tnist and hen ideoliflid aa Mi 
aa«a flwra «r IM and hatag paEl 



lusedH 
eilfforw 
reason atal'' 




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VIrglnl* Beach SUN, Thursday, Ncwamber 11 , 19A5 



I 'iS l Il l ilMJufT I 14:' .Ll 



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Ora of MM Srst 



KUTYSUEVIUCY 




tfanfor 



He wonder a wonn Jeejajike 
cn^ng! The saffuuaLliit waa^ 
o( hot ilaahea tnw ntepte ; eoid, 
dammy pera^lration 1M next 
e«n «»ke a wmmm wonder 
'What'a come ©iw ■*•' 
Chanrfe-of-Ufe «Mie a^i 
im-veeon edga, fUa her «rtth 
fear! -» 

Provan na'p* ^' 

fai|MNlMPm*MWwwWwBW 

^MiwSi mwaaaaaiiMB^e' 

Some wMnen worry ^n»elvea 
^4^; aome women do soma, 
thing about awaMme change- 
af-life Bymptonaa. Thouttnda 
have found that Wdia E. 
Pinkham T^bleto l^ped them 
M dramatically, aa quickly aa 
this gentle me^cation has 
iMlped other wmmh. Not a 
new, johnny-come-lately rem- 
edy, l«it a Uried and trusted 
"friend"... to riflleve fonc- 
tfenal mld-me con^jUinta-.to 
r^ieve weman'a h\a4va of suf- 
fering! Get Lydia^ Wikham 
Thhlets today. 




t^gWa tead! hii - 2^.i_ 
wtth iBverae l i H i l i ri i ** tsmc 
praNona. Making 4 JM»a it alM 
plaee to be takea « ina gnihrti a 
plaM^ . . . am llMip ii 91* 

tmmm % enMi 
and aMiM^di f^ 
wtUdDi ttmamivm — *r Hqp» 
DenioeatratlMi «i»ee at 
Anne ceirthaue. 

lfea.BaiuiatbJleattolfei 
BKMpainttai Afdot. 
tiaa an aaaUM^ bi the 
Urn- xmy Sue 11% «te 

tHa extpatoi a«rvka Ilia *" 
of jOttlobar, 

in home ' eeoKbmIca wB^ '*« 
earned Ipt yMt *t »^i«»»P^ 
»*4^^ Hir BS «» fS^i • 
liKliMi CbUege ta Wrty^Wi 
SMI 1^ was the baim d*i(i*wa- 
tfim^jgtfd to UrteBburt PMly 
far MHaa y^aw bafoNjaMf •;« 
^|lrharl|aal«.Sfiala|^ 
gii^ girl «Ki coraea tii^rm» 
vm; she ia » years oklf aad M 
is married to Eufsoe IWtgr *** 
liaik tnm Rldnnoed ttotf to Mw 
4he band teaeNr at WdM^BiM' 
High aioaL They i fr»ad to the 
Tidewater a»a laat mttmrn aatt 
both enjoy the pafipte and ttiaeha*. 



to the msMfim 

MMi-aat mm to Mil 

to %e dona, she faab equal and 

MHist aatioiai to aagr aal all 

toi*a iMdi aana Mr stay. 

pnMps'WMh Ifra. veat tin waeaws 
nd educatiMi pregrama in hooM 
ecoQomica. Her flald toctadea foods 
wd sutrttkm, hoi^g, home hsp- 
dliito^, ctothing. m fndly adu* 
MUai. And from these spedaltoM 
Jiiimi illffru T*"' — ''" """^ 
-**%tte whidj sre taken care a( 
«Mh granqi me^^p w to «i to- 
(ttvkhial's requert. 

"Rie sewii^ ctosaai are ^7 pop- 
vtor, foaito^ to K W ise it to ««• 
tohra, tod alia tmmm 
m fr^par todtodpes tf 
arttli tin right tobrka kUto «dl^ 
tfw housdwld budget . . . 
untymm Itoes vrayn to save 
sy I ' idadnsd Kitty Sue. 

i aa keto hr be- 




We are happy to be a pe^J oi the DE Ptografn and 
te have Unda as piWflfiof staff CSMri^lrghnia 

Beach Store. '■.''- "• - 



HOFHEIMER'S SHOE STORE 

960iMUa«Md PhaM42Si*]] . 



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in Virginia, 
in the game room 
beer's the one.. 
for good taste, 



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k tot. Patricia (Pat) Poo^ Cpfft Jterilpitolr 
R^ndy J. Sheffy and James R. Jtpet 

We feel that the training and^xperienc* #iat Pat 
of Princes Anne, Carol yf ^fHkm AmmiMt^y 
of Cox and James of Cm, ^m^ ^ ^^ 
ter prepare them for their fotwe leger^Sless of 
the field they m^y choose. • - 





iere are ate tte atoldag of bet^ 
tor (keaaca wtth other tohrks and 
hinds, anditeadvaiiced taitoring 

AtthiaHOMt4hsretono 

^_. er iiip eator ftm, toit 

it andd bfr fofaaed it tolMdMto 

«« totoiaatod «im^ to total a 

"We are wUltog to bold 
anywhere nd (BQfttoMi 
«i|i lire. Utley. 

JtoM etoeanhto to «to i^ «»- 
IM i)toi«»: lb idiillfieteiMM^ 
#i ^ laiidllii In mitinrtrl Mieh 
mm bir cpvtfN ptoh hdricrte 
Mlllato MaUid dvakifilint. torv 

to gil atoog tafeMsr told aahpc 
itfUiiMr aid ^d iJuii i if i to Wf- 
cteiogy. "Ours ii a prefeotatfvt 
mlaiara of educa^m flf faaitiy 
0^ b^bre troutoe uNn get starl- 

e«;'« the ei^laiaid. 
Andasw^asbowtoiewfor 

Iba fanlly. how to toad tha lamdly. 
and bow to indantand each other, 
Ite horn dnaiiiliiitiin apnt is 
willing to advte on the shiiehire 
of tiie boUdiiV ItoeH Par totoaae*. 
thoto pi0« to atol or jremodel 
their home nuy ask the advice^ 
the home demonstratioo aged as 
m to ^wtere ndgd be tha bast 
^caii«at of new wWag» doors, 
wtodows. etc. Mrs. Deal often 
haipa bliUdea jdan bettor deaiffai 
tor new bouses. 




mm tdMia tong 
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Miste Is W^WHMMd 

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You nuMyeur ^uaae, pingipong or check- 
««, cards or chc^^-^y it hard, isA it 

takes a lot out of ypuTThat's when yott 

like most tosettk down in a soft chair and ^oy 
your friends' talk and your beers taste. Beer was 
made^ relax with. Made «o Tcfresh you, xocA 
you, cheer your taste. So ne^ time you're ^l«y^ 
some sociable at-home game, take tytte .^^g^ 
out for the«©in|>anion*rt)le Caste of heer. gla 




' 1/': * "v. " / " 

ne yeoagaters of today tawdr the ceator to|iltt« aa toe MvlilNaito^ HoM. It has changed 
«|bal atoee toe ffctea af toi eaaahacttoa ma tidKn. A general 'ffc ca l mtog" tf Ae dd * **" * - 
addHte tf toe iiatoaiid «a toe toll has ehai«ed toe orl^ scene usi s klu i e t ry . tobete 
Ywtf tracks and a two4nie dbft street new to a nMdem foar-taaa af^todt A 



the Home DemonstratiQa agent 
UMl her assistant afodt a^ the 
vwtooa hetoe dtnaotfrakloQ ctoba 

teMh otoer graaps. Meh^tf 
I to ioae to graan tdl 
flf a a n to rity . tet toydoha» to 
dIMMIS wito ttie aki g| nvuQr 
iMriaatf matortoto wWoh Uwy 
Il«« from VPI and die U. g. Da> 
lllgMDt of Africulhire. It is dia- 
"""■d fipee to any and aU wto> 
«r call tor whatever aub^ect 
eia noit i.!mf""'!rf wdto or 
^natod to totorton^ aart flhoid. 
fhft Home DemontoratiQii tfOoe 
ii a direct tow to tlto keart tf a 



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We have jj^jprivileged to eif^y ©i students 
for the^hitlhifey^ars. The trW#i# tes^ti, 
through ^ pa^iBem help^,fhe y^^ol<*MW^ 
•face their futtrt^ with ttiore comfdince in 1n» 
world of -h^nwrc^i^. 

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JUNIOR fiC 

iWWHAVEN - The Cheeopdan 
Oolaay Jentor ttorden dub, wfakb 
tea foifftocn BMoaiMrs 4^ to 
ttoou^ 14 yaato. takea gaidaB 
diddting* seriouily. 

'Tw<i wtolah(H» Itove been held. 
Ods on 'iMgn to f1ow«r Arrang- 
tog" eonduetod by Mm. Malcolm 
a. Tbdd, it.\ and one (» the "Art 
tf li«^ MbseiBya" by Mrs. Wil- 
ttmB L. GntftMs- 

After jtartte^i^ to the work- 
A(|is, iSe aiiaHgtoBOito and noea- 
g|)9 «(«e Jalgel.^ X «*«^9y ^ 
te pre^dfut. Jdtoi Ja^ lAii«. 

«» exlifelted«eiM«r et 1^ *"• 
Sitow Mid at toe Sitaaitod Car- 

JBa^ meldier to \san studying 
As adiKluIe for the NorfeftlFed- 
\$0^xi ti Garden Chd» Ghriatmas 
Jkdw sad are ptamdiig to cnt^r 
fitoa»ito ydietmrer O^ may be 
«||3^. It^ are ate leUiag the 
aPance tldsets to the diow whidi 
idD Jto todd on Oe<»iber 4 and S 
at ttto arena. 

Ha ludor pi^m (^ tf&cers 
dte Mte Lowe, -presktet: Elise 
llerto, ^riee prasideat; Ann Murst. 
aigretary: Itobbie Cox, ^asauar; 
lik Beato. chKdidn; dnd the (ghair 
m^ tf ^mm is Kaf^9 ^rtd; 
tor icr^i^aek is Bal^ Am^wion; 
lod M^ixme is JEaae (^y w^i 
CIndsr Bowers. Ca^i8tftf''ls JHni. 
Arthur H. Q«U«Aii^- 

A ipv^ nade bw Koscoe Whit- 
%M wa jttoaaatod. to ito ^^ by 
jdrx. «%itfi#. a paA liiaaM^ (^ 
ila Senidr dijb. 



^--' TW ^fentod Lo^jps 
tf V^^iiato. •Order 8ona of Italy 
^ Aqwlpa tivough die cooperv 
Uah «f dm eiAural <Uvisioa of die 
iMtoi.lBdMaiQr (Kastitute Itailano 
1A OdttoH) of New Vark City will 
ifipaKr a to(^uce on tbe poet Dante 
AU^dert at (Hd Dominion CoP.^e 
to Ahb flu^ies library Assembly 
IW^ Suodif , ]9ev. 14. at 2:S0 p.ni. 
IQa i^opan wifl ^ co-sponsored 
by tbe OPC defArtment tf Bnglisb. 

Gyat apedkar ^ be Dr. How- 
aid it Kise, TJNC prtf essor emer- 
ihs tf French and lUdiaa. The 
oeeasim for tiiis c^lMralkm is 
die TOOto anniv«-sary tf the birth 
tf tte potf . 

The prograa is lae and tiie 
ptf^ is tavited. 



PaMcia MMe Crist, daughter 
of Capt. and Mrs*. H. F. Crist of 
KOe Atlaidic Ave., is one tf the 
indnbers tf East Carolina Col- 
lege's popular l»ftoee field band, 
ttto MarieMig PiraSa. 



VUKJINIA 9EACH - "Whtf to 
die United Nations?'' 11^ ^im- 
Mtf 1^ auswvred ^ M^ mftid 
Ctoart^ ^Mwn oad the ^Oi Itod! 
seventh grade tfuderts tf gbe 
Fronds Sdiool, who ^t^^pH b 
a mood tf reverem:e andfaMa^ 
Mod to observe l^rtd Owhtoim^ , 
Jay at die Lutheran CSnirdi 
I ^ Good SM^dard last Friday. 
Preston Btohe, Jr, answered this 
queiMon. 

Mr. Blake has kfn&i a roetoba- 
tf the United Nations Aswcfatton 
since its toception a^ faati 'oioi 
a {art presMeid d the NnHblk 
Chapto-. "Itie United NaBons Is 
m association (d 117 nations band- 
ed t<gedier to try ta secure peace." 
He cited sev«4 specific tacidento 
in which die United Nations h»i 
«icoessfully tried to &id pc»aeful 
K^utioas to wwU tensions. 

Alt hk main topic was "Tbe 
United Nations Tiiat Nabolv 
Unowi." He rderred to e^:to 
to "ctoinste the caasa cd vio- 
lence that ke^ the wix-M id a 
Itirmoil: hunger, ignoran»^ payer- 
ty, ill health and illitafaqr." The 
HMO's hawe be«i dasignHtad a a 
decade of dwel(^ent: to rida 



toe atondards af daadMtoalard 

to a lin^ valley to Grseoe SMi 
^mnari w«« aMd M. aaWttto 
torenih die ua of i»T. 

Ford Feifflctottoa foutoi tort Ml- 
& ha tiie reauroa to tiAe can 
of Itoeif. if it ha the todwktf 
as^»M!e. trtonhig,^ mA madrin- 
ery. 

'IForty pa-(^ (rf the learth's 
popula^ (»iii read m write," 
be ^d. "One and <Hie-hatf ndOkn 
refugees have been fed and diotoed 
jt^ die U.N. They need to be 
tratned and h^)ed to rdocato. 

"In peiKeful attken^ the U. 
N. hasn't done dl tti^ <irae iMfied. 
Yet^'witiMut tiie Uif. m dan'l 
Ibhnv what woiddjiave hi^p^ied. 
And who wmiUi be crw^ enou^ 
to want to find wkV 

Mr. Blake oicwraged Uie chuR^ 
wunen to become inf(vm^ about 
the U.N., and to hrmg attaidkui 
to tiie U.N.. a had be«i dime 
i«cetttiy by die HaQoween cam- 
Itaign to trkk or treat for UNICfi^. 
He said Virginia Beadi <9*l»^ 
I2.S00 and concluded with tiie 
stoitanent that "the U.N. and j^w 
a«» tii&bert bqpe tor world paee." 



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Ta»a Aaa^ «e|M Bald ha haen «haicB to «toy tor Jhe Fadeetok CM^ge 4nw « 4M»y. 
$^-^^9f^^imi ak oatstonding high sehool band IMtm the TMewater aca to ptoyjaiajgila 
*^ '^^^-^TSa. fM^n^mJiwi laf the. maiwUii g toojd toal H is a 4p»at toaar io be cheaaa aaH^y 
^ ' ' tosto bM^ ronitoa arid uhawal jMlsldat ytofea bs|aa, aftor, aad MM dte 
l^ tha^ad^iiawKdl -aidah h dtoi foiaddK 

pt; 4tam mi4v: •CatWia Raa*. fSaarge wtoatow. 4|ai!^ Wdds. «rto 9mm. 
bad Bia|a|«tt«- Jt«Bdd J. CaOtos to toe J)irectar of Saads at »$aam Aaaa Wltk 
b^Mbfek). 



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BARRY DtOONSON RATHBLN 

MTHBUN TO SPEAK 



VSG/NIA BEACH-««rry Dick- 
iMto RatiUMin, CSiristiMi Scknce 
Otanittee m PJUkation for Vlr- 
^lia, will i^mAc to menb^i d 
CiiMUn Sdeace l»»i)ch dnirche«, 
•odelies, raUif* organiuUons and 
mmten d tbe Mother Church, 
m SiadigF. Novtoiber Mth. at 
first dairefa (tf diriat. Sci<»U«, 
Hi in street 

Mr. Rm»i)wJrq»iMoU the 



ChriflUaBa Sd«ice chun^ies in tlus 
state In rations with the- press. 
ridio and TV. public (rfficials, in- 
dlvUial inquirers, and groups. 

Before being nanied Committee 
00 Pi*licati«i for Virginia, Mr. 
RMMnbi miidstered to tbe spiritual 
acadi of diristian Science Students 
hi tja^btea d Virginia'a collies 
aad wivenitkes. 



isa^tft 



TAHI^ 



gmaOVBHOtti TUi li fte 

fim«i af • MtiM if arttdM •• 

MOMS, ii 

' fMBla af tiic 
%i^ W. %mm 



j^i^Dgtohuar a 



Iht frl^Kth^ f«iyer'« MOM of 
good taate 'wlfl lell um nHK!ii about 
pod da^, but inioit peo^ are 
tj)» iiMamlad in havta« other ^peo- 
pit adnin tii^ huaca. Soine^«- 
feiaieiid tip on hew to recogi^ 
pod di^ we, there6H%, in oa*- 

dw 

A^ leur an^ais with Hlie 
fMgtavhijr soToiffiduig the faouae. 
A ^, ipwwHng ranch house 
mM be idmoit engutfed bjr t^ 
Imm. and a nu^Mtk Georgian 
tmaatwoi^ seem out of p)afsx on 
betfii ^a^ land. 

IMld^illi of the biuBe sh^ 
lake iid^a^ cf the tarrahi. K 
ir kt is hO^. fiin the house to 
Wl aeiaag the Ulb instead of perdi- 
k«,iton1he iddte of a hlM a» 
fiwv^ tt <wtf e flat land. 

lUoe majdmmi use of neaity 
iMter 1^ &di« ^ Uvta^ areas 
teward ft n^ qpeaing ttie hmise to 
ttif linr throc^ targe wintkjw ex- 
IMBiaii. W^ieve- po^le, cttend 
ttw Uvii]^ area of the Iwuee to 
the qi^^rs by ad^ i»tk)8. 

E9EC<^ for file few ip&scm who 
cm afiord coiaitry erti^, kxme 
owners mittt live aoKH^ other 
haait&atn. Cnuequentiy, it is 
oaecj^y ^t the architecture of 
siBToyiK^ hoims be conskkred 
btkn bttildii^ or buying. 

A i^aassuid'Sted structure wou^d 
look odd — and omild ei^ily ctes/te 
nti^tMfhood mimosity — in a 
ae Udd wb o od of traditional homes. 

&dng reflations seldom give 
a boBifer much kpivay in det«r- 
jpriws the s'ze and tv^e of yard. 
A 'a'lie front ya-xl wouVl be as oiA 
of |%ra hJ Boston's historic Bea- 
0eA fiffi section as a iMuse built 
at the ed^ of tile sidewaBc wenild 
be in Aamall Mi^nn^tem tefwn. 

fe iKir eonvnunlties, die tradi- 
tlflnal AiMricm stre^ witSi sroci- 
«» lawjs and pcvdies is seldom 
the antanolHle has moved 



ctfl^ea's play and adult relaxa- 
tlm to the rear oC the h<»ne, for 
both saf^ and privacy. 

As a rule, a house appears most 
pUasing to the' eye wtiai it is 
img0oi the ground. A house tugh- 
«■ ttwi U is.w^ jivef tht; im-^, 
pr^on of a bidbon sixNit t» 
ascttd. 

Obb of the iwiii^ «ttrt|:tive -and 
am MMN^^siiwI-iathabaitf- 
foiftal rectangle. Mt. Vamon, 
Georp Washii^itaa's home near 
Wawington, D. C. is a d^c ex- 
an^le of this ^pe. 

male the verticai columns malce 
lit Vernon a{^>ear high, its hori- 
VxAal lines are more dominant. 
Because the eye travels more 
easily along horizontal lines, a 
ikjuse based on such a ccmcept 
will seem larger than one based 
m voiical lin«. 

None of the major linra should 
be iitf«Ttq>ted, whai ^voidable. 
The oUnor lines i^uld flow as 
long as pebble, uninterrupted by 
unoecenary windows w fancy- 
woriL 

llw 'windows should all be the 
same t^ and placed in relation- 
ship to one anc^ber, to preseit a 
sense of balance. 

The type of door will dqwnd 
solely on the overall desiga of 
the house. Spme twuses need a 
fancy or bri^ly-colwed door to 
create interest. ^>thei^ shouid have 
doors that bloid uito the general 
a[q)earance. the same ruling us- 
ually affiles to garage doon. 

The roof shmild be in Iceeping 
wWi the diaracter <rf the house. A 
mgh{)itched root looks good on 
very few houses. It dormer win- 
dows are called Iot, they should 
be in prq>orUon to the root sur- 
face. 

Two tvpes of siding materials 
are usually ttie maximum that can 
be used without distracting from 
the re^ of the de'sicn. Un'eas ad- 
ded intere<t is needed, limit the 
skiii% to one type. 

Light colors will usufdly make 
a small house seem largo*, while 
oeep colors will make a tiouse 
seem smaller. Tbe exterior colors 
should neither clash nor thorougb- 
^ blend wito the landscape. 



PERSONAL 

PmA DcdgM. pre^doit d Soutti- 
(BTi Sirfe Co., Inc., rKwHiy at- 
tended tlM Jotm D. Snistt 0>. an- 
iMjnl distritMtors n^King in Qiica- 
§0. Dolgins was pm M tne fea- 
tured ^wako^ of this three-day 
meetuig am spoke on the in^oi^ 
tam% of vtaMi akk in a mNm prel- 
entatten. 





Jr. a 

has ban Ommm b^ the 
Mrfolk GensM Cm Ut^tmJ^ 
d^Maatt ^fwe at tte DiMatte 
BiyU Nov. SS In ^ flt«h0it KDOm 
of the MobUm^ MoM. She will 

lead the figura iritt bar iath«>. 

' • • » 

John Lm mblet m-has iK«n 
elected to the Mident anata at 
Rmdo^MMacon Cottagt. 



"ft a^w^ ve aoMl J|a M- 
JUMing iTMhmM Iwc^ in Am- 
or couTMS M VPI. "> 

3mm im^i^ yiD KM St, 
n« bm aH^ttH^ihtott Agent 
tor ttM fi^tamrtdi mmtmt Can)- 
pattes nd wUl mA, in HMotk 
and vicMtte. 

• • * 

^)eiK^ L. IaM nd m &)too- 
link Drive Is atnor^ the nwe teui 



m 4«dnli at m Uaivmity of 
Utesten Ute W0« reen^ 
fiia^ed to Me Wtaeensin ChaplH^ 
d » mvmA fratmnities on the 
ctm^pm. Hem» i^dgtd to Detta 
T^u DeMa frrtenaty. '"N^ 
« * • 

t 

Earl M. T^bout retwrtly pur- 
chMMi IS r^ist««d Ai^m cows 
fran ttie Bdmi E. Lm lleiwrial 
FoundattiNi, Inc. in l^attord. 
* % * 

Dwigas Ward'Mcholscm, smi d 



Capt. and Ifts. A, t. I^ittrt**. 
^^ h) the cast of tte mitfeal 
"Qf^" patofottl rece^y tt 
Ea.<rt Carolina College in QN»> 

viUe. 

• # * 

Miss Carol Pate, daughter d 
Capt. and Mrs. J. A. Pate d IIM 
E. Bayshore I^ivt, U. Me of 43 
co-ette at Florida State Urive-^ 
who have neen ti^^ed for raem- 
ba-^p in Angei FHght, an or- 
gan^m haociated with Au- 



fttwteTfc aetifidii i*«h^ 
0{^l^ In drill and cermoBlaf 
toJ to membtrs i«ve as hOBlaiaes 

at locbl events. 

# • • 

Two Ptfncess Anne JpdenU hare 
r^^m^i t<^ the tall tenn at 
Memphis State University. They 
arc Mary T. (keslaaa CdBW. 
d-ughte- of Mr. and Mrs. A.^ L. 
GMsham. and Judith Ann TesBbm, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. 
Fenton. 




TbeaMBStii^ ffitd terfcutkffl of goods fod sornces 
are eaMOtial to (be i^mjeb^ of the dtlsens of the City of ^ginla 
Saach, and 

m&mEiAfi. DMNtatlve Bdi»»ti0D rtudente of our community are 
eog^jad io ifaeia "Mai tads Oroiii^ pert-^hne, (m-the-jcA) trabting in 
reto flling and i*daled bitttaesaes, and 

IMHlitiv These young aiee aaid womoi are n^nbers d Utt 
TO&mKftKk EDOQATKW GUIBS OF AAIESUQA. 

flom, 'ffteilBPOBE, I, rmA a. Dusc^ Mayor of Ae City of V!r- 
ptocUB) Navanlw t-S. im. as DiXSA WEK in Vi^ 
mivmmteA iik Oct tilili » ^^itfaens of otir Oty. 
tad dds Ut di^ of NowbAht, IM. 

F^nudc A. Diis^ Migrar 




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bearing the 

AsP seal are 
belfe^ihan 

brands 

...SOME ifit ONIY 3l)ST AiCOOD 

Every fine product in your AaP store that carries the A&P seal (this one f^W ) is 
guaranteed to be better than or the equal of the/famous nat lor r.i brands. ^-^ - 

HckonelTry it! A|pfie« it doesn't cost you a penny. .> 

We're proud of that A4P seal so it's only on the finest , .^j.;,,^ v^. . . _ 

WHYDOWEHAYIlPEIVATEBRANDSr" ""'" 

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MP'i FINEST U.S.D.A. INSPEaED BROILERS OR 

FRYER 



CUT-UP FRYERS lb. 291 
LEO QUARTERS II. Ml 

BREAST lUARTERS lb. 1^ 



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CHICKEN BREAin 



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They help us live m to our century old pledge ... to provide Oie 
best food to the mo2^ people f<^r the least amount of money. 



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A&P'S OWN . . . DEXO 

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GROUND CMOBin? 
CHUNK BOLOOMk 
7" CUT RIB STEAKS 
SLICEO BACON 

DEUMNieO 
PLATE STEWINfi BKF 
FRESH FORK LOINS 
SLIGCO CHEESE 
SLICED PORK LIVER 
SLICED BEEF LIVER 
SLICED BOILED NAM 
FRESH SPARERIBS 



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SELEaS 



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12 OZ. 

CAN 

$1.39 



KIRB 6RAR LESS 
HALIBUT STEAKS 
UNCOOKED SHRIMP 
DRESSED WHITINB 



lb. 938 

lb. 798 
lb. 998 
lb. 218 



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Baont with Bacon, Clary, 
Cream of V.gatable, Paa, 
Tomato Rica, Vegetabia, 
Vagetorion, Vagetabla-Bean, 
Craom of Potato. 



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lion, laaf Naedia, Chaddar Chaaia, 
Chick." Gumbo, ChUkan Neodia, 
Chickan Vagatabla, Otitkan with 
Rlc«, am iaaf. Of* Oiow^f, 
Coniaiima, Craa», rf OiIcfcaK, 
;, Mina^ana, MuthlMM, O a I a *, 
^Scotch Irath, Split ha with IMai. 
Turk.» Naadla. rmttf Vraalgbla, 
Vagat^ola taaf. 

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APPLE PIES 

FENWIck ... LEAF OR CHOPPTO 

SPINACH men LOWl 

FENWICK . . . SHORT CUT 

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JUICY 

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LARGE 

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ORANGES 

Q DOZ. Og 



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GRAPES '"tSa? "" 

ADDI C€ RID OR OOLDIN 
MrrLEd piLicious 

TURNIPS ^r„r 



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JANE PARKER DELICIOUS 

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JANE PARKER DATED FRESH DAKY . . . RESESL^.BLE WRAPPER 

WHITE BREAD Ul 

PUIN OR SEEDED DATED FRESH DAILY . . . RESEAUBLE WRAPPR 

JEWISH RYE IREAD T^ 



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Into the Ug brown crock weU aten^ \afm of d^-oid briad. 
teeded raisfaii. Ixiftff. egp. mOk. «««r. w^cm, mi pR«MMy a lew 
more iflgtvdnti I can't remember. IMho- madt it ev»y Tlwnk^v- 
ing. a coupb of nighta before, becaun H luid t» aet befan it could 
be bidted. 

\ And It had to watt, wdghted. Tlitt li. after the crw* wai hrtl. a 
(bmer plate ««i overturaed on top d ttie mixture «id a hMvy flat 
Vm was placed oi the pteito whidt ^aiiaed the mOky fluid to rtae up 
ever the ptato. M not quite to the flat iron. And it sat fa) a onl place 
fu- a owpfe of days . . . 

It WM baled early Tharit^hring monyng to a dnr ef«n tai the (rid 
wopd rtove. doi't know how hx^ it cooked, but wUc It w» bakfaig. 
k hard aaoee hid to be made, wi^ whkh the puddtog would not 
be comi^te when airved. 

Tlie pyddly^ d riw to tfie top ol ttie creek at it brited. and 
wtrai It w»1MK«r ffij Itfeo l&wn ffii owB,TfWifla itfA Kadt 
down Uo itsdf . It was the rlcbMl. most ^ant puddkig ever ntaade— 
It «m Mover's ipeciahy ... and dA made it on^ mi Thuyt^ving 
and Ou-tettnas. 

It was a New Ei^land Baked Pkan Puddii^. Iiut I know tt had 
nary a pkan anywiiwe ia the redpe. And because it seemed to go with 
the bare trees of November, the dull grey clouds scuttUng before the 
add hktfth wind, ami the few dried l^ves whirUng in aimles confu- 
sion agaimt the creaking old house, it was forg<rtten as other Thanka- 
ghrinp w»e spent in st^es down die coast to warm Ftoriik, mi 
across tlw country to sunny California. 

Birt lately, here in Virgiiria, I think of tr«iiU<», and of fanily fun 
qf the past, and I keep thinking about ttiat New Eiwhmd Baked Plum 
Pudding. 

I want to make <a\e. But I have forgotten how. Airf Mother isn't 
aroiBK] any more to ask. 

So, I am asking you! Please, if ym Imow how to n»ake the New 
Engteuid Baked Pkan PucWlng, would y^ dare your recipe with me? 



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On The Job Training 



VIRGINIA BEACH-to tht fast- 
movii^ world of today, it becnrKs 
SMwe and more necessary ior hl^ 
aobo(d ^ud«its to b^m {riainhy 
early for their future. 

Mmy stod«its have a vag*je klea 
of what they w|ll do after gradua- 
tton, but few have made defmite 
|dans. Some wiU attend college or 
enter the aimed forces, but the 
majority wQl seek emplojinent 
hnmediately afta* receiving the 
dijdoma. - ^, — 

Of these woiiiag graduates it Is 
m(H« Ucety thirt taoat will ento* 
some phase of die wkie fiekl (A 

tribikiA. 

-^-ipl^are 1haiu^\^ for thek- 
htfwe fai disUibiAkin and «^t do 
ihey really know about it? To 
answer these questions is the mam 
I%up<»e of the Distributive Educa- 
tton Program. 

.The Distributive Education Pro- 
gram was initiated to {»^vide the 
err^byers and anptoy«es d. to- 
morrow witii a todaimntal badc- 
gr(Hind in distributi(m, and to give 
them on-the-jd3 U-aining. 

In the DE classnxmi, tiie stu- 
dents are first givoi a bad^xxoid 
knowledge oi the various jobs 
available in <&tribution and the 
requirements n»ied to obtain 
these jdis. Among the^ are U^ 
many types of salesmen such as 
the retail salesnan, ttie wholesale 
^alesman, and the seivice sal^- 
Aan. 

The types du^ mort people asiM- 
cite witti distribution are the small 
iixiependent store, the lar^ chain 
store, and the service establisn- 
naent sudi as beauty sakms aiid 
sor^oe statiwis. However, they are 
but a few erf th^ job <^>portunitles 
opoi in the di^ribution field. 

Hie DE student is tau^t the 
basic neftxa^^ea vMdi are im- 




''^'I^"i^^!r . 



pogtm. in apfdyhig for, abtainin.3. 
an^ InJd^i^ ji^ 



Tfirae be|ln wfth ^^q>le rul&^ 
of good health, then he is trained 
to have a ptoasb^, "atfing" p«-> 
sraality, one of the most impoitant 
fundamoitals in any jdl> which 
invobfs "meeting the p(k>lic." 

The stodent is also given thor- 
ou^ imtructkm in ttw general 
characteristics and moods d uie 
customer and how to cope with 
each. 

Olten as a studeirt gauis a ke«ier 
insi^ into the personalities of 
others, he devetops a b^ter un- 
derstanding of his own personality 
traits. 



DEY P-TA 

VIRGINIA BEACH — A Parent 
Teacher Associatimi meethig wtil 
be hdd at John B. Dey elementary 
school on Novemba- 16 at 8 p.m. 

William J. Sleasnan. group re- 
lati(His chairtnan (rf the state PTA, 
will be t}% gue^ speakieac imd his 
ti^ic wtil be "Goals for Parotfs 
ai^ Teadiers." 

A questi(m aai answer po-iod 
win ttSkm. 




BI0BfOLK-4Uiy Hesakar, fTTAR Radie 
flw iVMr^ JMseqplB « Oeritflcate WyM^redaltti tram tte 
Coast Goard «wii i w i ll ii g ^ba laad VfTAR for irack doM M 
k^ beat fnfefy. the p tea erta l toa was made ^ Capt. Ji 
miBcy, Cidef «f Stdl, 9tti Coast jGoaid District. 

The WeeTAR Is WTAR Radto's^N^sot lendser whk* patraBid 
i»a|ter waierways ^A weekend mmNb hottftys ttkrof^hsot tte 
mer. Tfee '^ttttnMf prsvUed swvlee «s water 
aydcty it»s te keates. flsMwg news, hwiatherreperts. water 

Aomilm ^ MHh: IrfstsMtte Offieer li. Jsnes P, 

r«m Ami 1M»mt» si ApfwdHto is ^switd mif 



s. 

TUe- 



■Md, Uw 



DE - Jtai Eoonomic Amt 

ymmm atMM - a^UMQve Bducatlon to Vfe^Bia B«idi 
Ml aq^teNd pbeMmmd grawfli ki die pi^ c^adt. From Ite 
mMger bsika^, Dfi hu §tmm into a tfut»^«tt- p^fllm havta^ 

In escess of Af«»huodrsd. Mty stunts M the |ff«ssirt IM, 

-^_,-. — ^i 

progr«ii at itsUni Hl^ School. 
wM^ is new oadsr the new di- 
rector. Mrs. Jwal Main. Whm 
you kxA at Me retwns. dollar 
irtse tui expsMsB^ wtae. ycHi can 
•ee taw a mnt boients from 
lunrtag partk^ted in ttie D£ 
By the year 1970 DE is expected ^ Ihaagittn." 



DiMb^}^ive fitfiintiMi Jms 
proMB to be an econaBrte Msst 
for the OBtmrnt^. LiA y^r DG 
students, durii^ the KtiaiA tenn 
earned aeiM-^ |lM.aoi,QQ0 moat of 
which wu redmitated bito the 
lo^ ecoaomy. 



to quadnyjte its preositf ouoU- 
mem in ttm dty's aciwols. Tlw 
need for put4ime mnptoyem u 
expected to keep pace wtth tte 
oxqwattve high adiooi students 
avidlable to AH those pe^tons. 
PlONCKai ANN« noil SC900L 

THAUA - The INstrlbutive Ed- 
ucaiioa profp^sn at Prtocos Anne 
1^1 sOkwI has alwjQTI^i^ Me 
at the larg»t in the simte. TMs 
year 111 ^idMits are partkipiAii^ 
in the program. QuaUty is wt 
lacking to ths prsgram. lliorai^ 
out tte Tidewater urea Princess 
Ainie's D. E. grachudes are ad- 
vandng to bi^wr r^ponabilit^ 
in the QM (d diirtributim. 

The D. E: CUb at P. A has 
always been active in tocal and 
state activities. Ths year umier 

the dir»;tkm ol p^e^oA, Ted 
Mazzei, the club monbers are sell- 
ing fruit calcK to finance club 
projects. The major ^iroject tor 
the year is the aimual Employer 
E^nployee Banquet. Tlus banquet 
is Hie small way the sto^ienls s^ 
"thank you tor tiie o^xM-hmity." 

Assisting Ted wiQi the lewter- 
^ip of tte diri) are Steve Patrick, 
vice-pr^ident; Sally May, secre- 
tly; Eddie Lewis, trea^ira*: and 
ioaa Leonud, i^iorter. Venxxi 
Omry and Wiryne Taylor are cbA 
advlsoa. ^ , „. ^ _^ „ 



fhrei^ pn^«n n^orU <toie 
by the IXS eoordta^r, stodents 
htv» beoi noted to be liMve aver- 
1^ to prodtKrtton, to shm^ a ^at 
deal of totsra^ ia tt^ winrk and 
to posa^ soimd JiM^awnt. 

(M the total eiroUmem there are 
SI ambitious be^ and girls. They 
plan to {NU-tk^Mto to die home- 
eaning para<ift by «rt«r»ng « Ua^ 
caitered around DECA. "Hiey plan 
to have many projects and events 
thrcNigtxHit the year, inchxlmg a 
Off wash, a bake sale imd a 
dance. 

All are lookii^ forward to the 
Employer-En^oyee Banquet m 
the Sprii^. whM is their way to 
say thank you Mr. En^k^er for 
the training obA coopwatimi you 
have gi^^i us M DE studeids." 



ViRoinu Beach Sun 

' VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1 1 , 1 965 

MCnONB 



Old Donation 
Oyster Roast 

BAY^M;: - The Old Donation 
E{4scqpal Qiwdi will hokl ito an- 
nual oy^M' n^ nd cow^ fair 
(81 Sahirday, Nqvember 30. "Hie 
M^ric dHut^. kx;ated on Witdv 
(kxdc Road, began its traditional 
roast to l9Si. 

Phan piKkluigs, maito tram an 
old fwnily recipe will be on sale 
for a dflUar^ pound.. Dried41iuv- 
&rs, ^dui mi shucked by the 
wjmen of the church, honenade 
piCkt^, r^ishes, baked goods, 
fresh vegetiriates, uid ev^ froien 
foocbi will be on sale. Ideal h«id- 
made Christmas ^tfto mi^ alM 
be purchased. 

The fair will n^ln at elevoi 
o'clock wito the oyster dinner be- 
ing served from noon imUl Uiree 
o'clock. 



7,464 Bank Shares For von Schilling 
In Virginia National Bank Merger 



FRANfE w. iBint men scnooi. 

GREIAT NBXK — Three years 
ago, Frmk W. Ojx High School 
Distribidlve Educatkm ckib {nth 
gram b^an with a mere eleven 
mendia^. The second year, this 
enrolknent increased, to ei^ty* 
ei|^ students, to die' cut-rent 
tigure in S^rtember. 1965, d 114 
shjdents. Ttie puipose of die Oox 
pr^un, with ^ iM«sait si^, 
indicites ^reat qpumtity and te ate 
a 



Since tte kiseptiefi of tt» pro- 
giwn in 198S, Ck»C| IHstribative Ed- 
u<»tioo stucteqto : have rec^ved 
over twelve district and state 
awards in various contest areas, 
such as selling, public faking, 
and D. E. stodent of the ^ar. 
Tlie Cox progrna last year was 
fcxiunate oiouf^ to have Miss An- 
drea Kelly, who was selected as 
the outstanding D. E. stt^^t of 
die year for the ei^e ^te of 
Virgtoia. 

^arttog next week, die Cox ckib 
will ^ga^ in nnny activities to 
celebrate National DECA Wedc, 
Ttds is a pe-iod (A tec(^nttion lor 
Distributive E(tocation students 
through(Hit the United States. Ov& 
2.000 cities witti ffi,000 D. E. stu- 
dents will be uwolved in ttns 
functim. The Cox studrats, thus 
far, have pJamed r«ho shows m 
WKVK. Th^ are prepanng bill- 
iKMrds. 'Obtali^ng newspaper pub- 
licity, and engaging in various 
(rther SKStivittes, all of which are 
designed to bring reo^tton to 
DistritHdiw Education. 

In addition to the DECA Week 
actividffl, the Cox program is 
planning to initiate a scholars!^ 
award progrxn for ctes^ving D. 
ti. students, whidi will be financed 
frran student {mijects. 

According to Homer f. McCoy, 
cUd) diairman of the (Cox pro- 
gram, the co-curricular club acti- 
ntjes in Dishibidive Education 
are deigned to develop students 
vho are w^ ^9^*^ to civic, vo- 
' ci^miai, and social acting. The 
Durpose of the D.; E. e^ varies 
htmi that ot other clubs, in so 
far as DECA tratoing is a vital 
part of the students «lucatton. 

During DECA Week, studento 
throughoid the d^ ctf Virginia 
fi«u±i are enoiuraged to ctnrtact 
ti^ achocd D: E. co-ordttators fur 
inf<Mmatk» iriboid Uda exdtiag vo- 
catonal progrvm, wMch {Mwides 
tor many an ocetott qipmlxmity 
to oMiflui traiaiz^ m maricedng 
and distribiitkBi, luid to the mean- 
^lile. earn an income wtute still 
to sdxmL 

KEIJUm HIGH scaooL 

PRINCESS AM^ - Hie Kel- 
1am ffigb School DE Chapter is 
to tts secmd ^ar of (H-gani7atk» 
and has incre^ed ito enrtdftoeat 
over UM year by 21 stodods, ghr- 
tag a total enrdknad of SI itii- 

JeBenm D«ds, princ^Md of 
KeUam. Mys, "I am very pnxKl 
of die ras progrffin in |he dty 
qC Va. Beadi and partiailarfy tt» 




a. -Jsse^ LowMttud. Jr., JMamiftog W/Utm pi Ik^ykptit Bea^ 
Im. acci^ award from ItiwaBis latenuttlsadl sad (he lONrMis. 



TRAFFIC STia 
ON INCKEASE 



CAPE CHARLES-October h-af- 
fic over the Chesapeake Bay 
Bridge-Tunnel ^o\^ a 10.4 per 
crat increase over Odober of last 
year, oGBdals at the tofl facility 
reported today. 

The increase awraged 262 vehi- 
cles per day. 

The ISflxmth-old crossing, l<Hig- 
est of its kind m the workl, rqiort- 
ed a gam of 14.4 percent ui t>ayi^ 
^issengers and 7.7 percent to rev- 
e»ue, setttog a new rec«d f(R- per- 
centage of passenger increase. Oc- 
tober was the four^ strai^ month 
in which the Bridge-Tunnel has 
s^ records to total traffic, per- 
centage of traffic increase, m per- 
coitage ot passraiger tocrease. 

Tirtals for the month smounted 
to 87,739 v^des, 146,617 paytog 
passenger to addition to drivers, 
and $559,944 in revenue. Figures 
for October, '1964, were 79,490 ve- 
hteles7l28,133 passengers and $619,- 
flSM to revenue. 



T6 ASSOC. 
MEETS TUES. 



NORFOLK — A li'ncheon meet- 
ing (tf the board of directors' of 
the Southeastern Virgmia T^ibw- 
culc^ and Healijh Assodation, 
marking the opening day of the 
1965 Christmas Seal campaign, will 
be held at the Uke Wright Motor 
Lodge on Tuesday, Novembqr Ifi. 

Ihe Board will hear reports on 
the {H-ogress d the Assodation s 
J&cee cheat x-ray- service at its 
n^ office, 53© East Princess Anne 
Ro^ and the use being made d 
fadermittent positive {x-essure 
In^athtog device currai^ behig 
offered upon request of a physi- 
cian to hofne botmd patients &id- 
fering frtim acute respiratory :n- 
fecttons. 

1>T. Robai Elliott, LCDR, to 
charge d Chest So^ices at the 
IHirtsnxMitti Naval Hospital, mil 
be the gu«d speaker. His topic 
wffl be 'X%est^ Diseases AMong 
Navad Persom^ and WiaA tlui 
Navy Does About It" 




OnrES AWARO 
TO VB SUN 



VIRGINIA BEAOI - Kiwanis 
Intemati<mal and the Kiwanis 
Ctob of Virgtoia Beadi has pre- 
saited the VbiMa Beadi Sam 
with an award, ft wm gven "f<^ 
constant efforts to behaM o^ d» 
Goktep H«1tage d Free Speech." 
TtK award reads, "More precious \ 
than gold is die heritage of free 
speech. M<Mre poivrerful dias the 
sophisticated weaponry ot today is 
toe power ot toe pen. More kn- 
pmtant than any other stn^gle u 
tlie struggle' to maintain free 
speedi to a free society so that 
men of good will— everywhere— 
may rise to die tolled ot the great 
potoitial which lies withto them. 

At the time of Natkmal News- 
pqi«- Week, Md cfciri^ dw Gokl- 
en Anniversary d Kiwanis Inter- 
nattonal, toe men of Kiwanis take 
pride to sahiting toe grert tree 
press d the wadern workl.'' 

Mana^g Editor d the Vtaftada 
Beadi An, H. Josej^ Lowenttial. 
Jr., acc^ed the award from Dr. 
^eroard Batlanan, President of 
the Virginia BokA Kiwanis Club. 
OChtf awards wcoit to the Ledger- 
Star and Uie Vfagtadu-Pikd, d 
Norf(rfk. 

Ihe meettog was held id the 
Cavalia- Golf and Yacht Clid) at 
Virginia B«»cfa. 



The Director, Prated and 
TruM Officer of &e M««haids Na- 
tional Bank d Hamptcn, Luclen H. 
von Schl^ig. has received 7,464 
shares of Vlr^a National Bank 
rtock under die n^ger of the 
Merchants National Bank d Hamp- 
ton, th e Ban k of Miodbus a nd Vir- 
ginia National Bai^. 

This, apparoitly. mak^ von 
Schilling tiw lar^st stogie stock- 
hokler among the directors and 
officers of the merged banks. This 
is according to the Pnny Stol3- 
ment filed on S^emba* 22, 1^. 
According to the same statemoit, 
the seoHx! largest individual ^ock- 
hohte- is C. A. CutcWns IH. Di- 
rector and Executive Vice Presi- 
d«it d Vii^a National Bank. 
John S. A^ieixl, Director and 
Chaimian of the Executive Com- 
mittee d VNB is listed as thj 
third largest stockholder. Cutchlns 
has 6,888 shar^ and Aiismi, ».- 
883. _ ' .- : "'■ " ^r:.- 

Otha- officers and directors of 
the merged banks listed as own- 
tog a thousarxl shares or more 
are: J. S. jKikins, of VNB, 4,'«W; 
William Dardoi. of VNB, 4,137; 
George B. Tullidge, d VNB, 4.200; 
James L .McLemw*, Jr., of VNB. 
3.158; W. Fred Duckworth, of 
VNB, 2.SQ0; H. H. Mandiach, of 
VNB, 2,443; L. M. von Schilling, 
Jr., of Merchants National, 2,880; 
J. ?. Sdden. Jr.. of Merchants 
NaUonal, a,800; C3iarles L Kauf- 
man, of VNB, 1,620; R. Cosby 
Moore, of VNB, 1,800; WUliam R 
Taylor, of VNB, 1,300; E. L. Gard- 
ner, of VNB. 1,500; MUI, Davis, 
d MaxhanU Natinial, 1440; J. L. 
Camp, Jr., of VNB, 1,427; E. R. 
irf VNB. 1426: Oiarles 
Barham, Jr., of VNB. 1,2»; O. W. 

M*; W. P. Wood^ d ym, 
l,m; C. R. Bryant, of VNB, 1,«1; 



Annual Bazaar 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Gadlee 
Episcopal Church will have its an- 
nual bazaar on Wednesday, No- 
vember 17, beginnli^ at 10 a.m. 

The boc^s will toclude dvist- 
mas decoraticns and Christmas 
h:ee ormanoits; a sewing boodi 
wiwi hand made artidM muUMe 
for Christmas gifts, baby preset, 
utMitarian and fancy aprons, pU- 
k)ws, table mato, knitte^ articles, 
etc.; the pantry shelf will be Id- 
led with baked goods, pickles, 
jams and jeilias. fromn and re- 
trigo'ated foods— salacte, casse- 
roles and desserts: also whtte ele- 
phanto and coshune jewdryi ^)eed 
portraits, diarcoal sketohes by 
Jane WMttemore; and a spedal 
booth for children to bropra afto* 
school htxn 2:30 to 4:30, widi to- 
expensive gifts for parents and 

frioids Ax^ as toys, candy and 
cotides. , ^ 

Lundieoh will he served buffet 
style and guests will be seated at 
the card tables wito lin«i cloths. 
The menu will be creamed chicken 
to patty Miells, green v^etabie, 
cranberry salad, homemade des- 
sert, coffee. 



W. Wright HaiTlson, of VNB, l.flOO; 
and Isaac C. Glenn, of VNB, 1,000. 
The shardMriders of the Merclv 
ants Nat'onr' Bank of Hampton, In 
exchange fur aecei^able assets 
cMitrtouted by thdr bank to the 
Merged Bank, were entitled to 
72.000 shar es d d» cMnnwn stock 



of die Merged Bank, each of $5 
par value, distributed on the basis 
d four shares thereof for each 
share d the contnisi stock of the 
Merchants National Bank of Hamp- 
ton, each of $25 par value, held by 
diem. The shareholder of Uie 
Bank of Phoebus vrare to receive 
22,l»0 shares of the Merged Bank 
cfflnnwn stock, each of^ par val- 
ue, di^ritHrted pn the- basis d 
2.25 shares for each share of Iha 
commcMi stock of the Bank of 
Phoebus, each of ^0 par value, 
held by than. 

With completion of Uie two mer- 
gers, Vn-ginia National Bank ha'; 
assets listed in excess of $494,000,- 
000, and ffl offices in 29 Virginia 
cities and towns. Capital accounts 
total over $39,000,000 and outstand- 
tog 1,841,915 shares of $S par value 
stock. 

Virginia National Bank remains 
tlte second largest bank in Vir- 
ginia with the mergers. First k 
Merdiatds Buik, wUch has* recent- 
ly propoMd mei^itag witii ths Bank 
d Virgima Beach is Uie largest 
bank to Virginia. 

James J. Saxon. Cranptrotler d 
Uie Qirrency, has noUfied offldals 
at VkKiDia NaUmial Bank of finol 
ai^rdval erf plans for n merjer 
with |««rchants Natiwial Bank ani 
Bank: of Phoebus k Hampton. 

Hie action by the r^(datory au- 
dKK-ity was revealed jomtly by R. 
^CoHby^ Moore, VNB chairtnan fi 



die board; sod by Luckin E 
SchUling and H. p. Wilson, prasf- 
drnits, respeethrel^, of MerdiaiM 
National Bank and Bank of Phoe- 
bus. 

ti» three (rfOdals annooii.^ 
furUid- diat the batdks were mer^ 
last wMkend. The five rffkjes d 
Me-chaiits NaUonaT amd'iftank "^ 
Phod^' two offices opened for 
bu^ess m Monc% as o^ces d , 
Virginia Naticmal Bank. Iliis 
bnmght to sixty4wo the total nam- 
ber of VNB offices to op^atkm to 
twenty-nine Virginia ctnnmanities 
fimn toe ea^^on seaboard to (he 
Tomessee line. 

Virginia National now s^'^s Hm^ 
Tyewater commimities d Cl^sa- 
pedce, FVanklto, NorftA, SdSolk 
and Virginia Beach. 

£aiareh(^rs of Uie Uiree banks 
registered their overwhelming ap- 
proval at meetings heM to ndd- 
Odobar. 

Hie present operational manage- 
mmt d Virgtoia National's Hamp- 
ton olBcM v^Ul renaki virtually 
unchMi^; all perstmMl will con- 
ttoue in Usir {x^esod potdtfans. As 
previously announced, v«i Sddl- 
ing and WOka wiD become Vf® 
souor vice [residents and y^a 
Schilliag wUl beoxne a menliir 
d die board of dkrectors of ttie 
statewkle institutton. 

As a part of the anwfflcemeidi 
plai» v&e revealed lot the cr«i- 
Uon <rf a Hampton Board of Vfe- 
gtoia Naticxial Bank, whk^ wfif 
oversee tocal optf atk^. 

Sndlar boards exist to evoy 
conantodty Iqr Virgbria NMomd hi 
accmdance with the bttrit's loi^ 
sUb^ j^iUQr te make mA toad 
(^sratkm joa anAnopious as pmsi- 
We. 



• mm I 



DIMIER SON. 

BiIALIBU — A spaghetti dinner 
will be f^vea by the Malibu Ele- 
nientory School Paroit Teacher 
Association on Smiday. November 
14 to the school cafetmum from 
4:30 to 7:30 p.ra. * ! 

Tickets will be $1 for adults and' 
SOc fw demoitaiy school children 
or under. 



Urams For ffU^fiBinRM^ 



MEN'S CUII 

VIRGINIA BEACH — ihe i^i- 
lar moodily meeting of Uie Men's 
CUb, Star of toe Sea RC Ctarcb. 
will be beU on Wednesday, Novem- 
ber 17. it t pjn. to die Par^ 
Recreatkm Hall„15Ui Street. 

An foUmftkag i»H^ffln will be 
presented. Afi men are invited. 



Flags Given 



VraOINIA BEACH - Sdiool 
yard flags have been presoited by 
Uie LacUes AtixiUary VFW. 7166 
of Vh*gtoia BtmcA, to area sdiools. 

Otis Cop^, principal of Thalia 
Elem^tary schod recdved the 
flag to bebaK of the school u^ere 
1,015 chitorto att^id. 
Norman Morris, prtodpal d Bay- 
side High schod, accepted a 
schod yad fli^ to behalt of its 
1,6?9 rtudeids. 

Oki Dondnion Sdiod. wito an 
attffiidance d 975 diildr^, was the 
recifdod d SO dass room U&^ 
and a school yard flag to a cere- 
mony ^ere a student Iram ^ich 
roan recdved the flag fran the 
Auxiliary's Americanism chairman 
Bfrs. Rikh MangM. 

^ sakl to toe chikfam. "Guuxi 
and neped ttiis flag at aU tknes, 
tm tt iSitbe ^ndMd d evwy Id^ 
kl^ to die America m^ of Itfe" 



VIRGINU BEACH - Everyone 
bensitts froto DteU-fliutive Edaca- 
ttai to our kwal hi|^ sdiools. The 
Inisbiessmen ben^ through re- 
cdvtog tratoed part^ime ohplog^ 
ees as weU as addlttonal training 
for {uQ-time peo^. The commu- 
nity recdves bdter s«^ice while 
Uie D.E. student is traintog for a 
career. 

Mas Liouise Bernard, stote DJL 
supervisM-, organtsed Uie program 
to Virgida to 1987. The ptogjnca, 
oHgiaated to Uds stMte, is dted as 
a model tfami^XHit th^ Unit«i 
States and Miss Bernard has 
sored as a aii^ukant to both 
Veneaajda and Pu^rtoi Rico. 

to v^ of toe increasing demaiui 
for trained personnd in distiibu- 
tkm the D.E. curriqdtm has been 
dianged to ioclu^ die lOUi grade 
level. This chan^ Is totended to 
IHtivkie Uie D.E. student with a 
back^rwmd which will jHtrve ben- 
efidal to beginning a jd) as well 
as bu^reasii^ his pnxnotional po- 
tential. ' 

The D.E. raroltaient to Virginia 
is at an all-tkne hig^ of 5500 stu- 
dents; co-op students earned m 
excess of $2,406,000 during last 
year. Nd only did Uie students 
contiilMite to the support of their 
progrson through thdr tax dollars 
but also recirculated a substantial 
portkm of Uidr eanUngs within 
the stele's economy. . 

The apparent success of the DE 
{MTt^am can be contributed to de- 
voted I teacher-coordinators who' 
keep abreast of current marketing 
practices and brings these toto Uie 
dassroom instruction. 



It is wnlfay to ndb flud Vlz^nia 
has nmce of the ptqwlatton, 1&-19 
y^rs d age, enroUed to DE tiiM 
any dim stide. tbia oHWricuIir 
OistiibuUve Ikhicadm Ckibe d 
Anmica to Uie natton's second < 
iM-ge^ aaaed^kJB. 

It will be ai^iarent to Uie c^sl 
otMWVer tted the dropout r^ is 
lower to cuniiudties hsndag mc^ 
c«u6il M: pet^nam. im Ifiti^ 
uates, quite t^en advance ful^ I 
as a tmM of toeir hi|^ sdKxA 
training. 

Distrilxdh^e Ediicatton does -not 
have to end with graduatkm fn^n 
hi^ school. There is a two-year 
post-s»x>ndary pn^am at Old Do- ^ 
minion CoU^ and ^ Rldunoad | 
Ifrof^sional Ustitote, iHiidi 'd ^ 
signed to qualify students for oM- 
die-management positkiM. the i^i- 
^nt wUl ftod that a foiff-year 
courae leadmg to a BacbekK' of 
&ieiK!e d^ee is dterei at b(^ 
Virgima Pdytechnic Insttode imd ^ 
Richnxxid Professkmal Institote. 

AnoUier sigmficant lacet d DE 
ia its indusive ackik patfimn 
whidi diera a vari^ ef teateiifc *, 
tien to thoM already ei^ged to 
distrdwtiiw occupattons. (Kten the 
nierchants who hire DE dtidents 
are found attending adult classes 
to im{ffove thdr skills and cnm 
petency to ^ch areas as aiper- 
vid<Hi, trainh^ and msmiiSRWi^ 

Distributive Education of^^fti"' 
are ever alert to the neetb ^ 
Uiose engaged to the dtstribtYtrv* 
field and are constant^ fii«H««» ' 
ways to assi^ to mrctk^ the chal 
lengedirouj* educaH«ai. 




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school, ^and wtth ^ baaner wUdi is ^i^laiyeA em tte liM lamm 
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for die float eenun^ e^itfM to to^ wcrt^ iMneesoAi^;*' aafl 
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KiEOf GROVE ' 
ODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
R«y R. i^luon, Pwlot 
10:06 a.n.— Church ^UMt 
ll-.limjo^ — Monting WoraUp 



FRANCIS ASBURY 
METHOMSt CHURCH 

Great Neck Road 
L«R»r Davis, Minbtar 

• :45ft.i». — Church Sdiool 
11:00 ft.iB. — Moniinv WonUp 



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S<:OTT MEMORIAL 
METHODIST CHUI^H 

4W %j* Colfflka l^Mid^ 
E«v. H. W^A Cinrr. Tastar 

8:30 ».ffl. — Morning Wonhip 
:46 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a JD. — Morning WonUp 
7:£0p.B.r— Youth FeQowt^p 

HAY600D MEMORIAL 
METHODIST CHURCH 

4718 HajrgoMi Road 
R^ti F. Jky*^ Pairtor 

9 :46 a.rj. — Church School 
11 :00 r m.T-Moming Worship 



HAYGOOD METHODIST 
CHURCH 

8149 Bayshore Road 
8:30 a.m,, 9:46 a.m. and 11:00 

a.ra. — wonhip Services 
9:46 am.— Church School for 
all i^e groups 
11:00 a.m. — Second session of 
Charch School for childreAv 
«p through 7th grade and 
adolts. 
7:00 p.m. — Methodist YouUi 
Fellowship f oi young people 
7th, 8th and 9th grades in 
Junior High Group and 10th 
grade up for Senior Group. 
Fmnda welcomed. 




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Confessions — Saturday 4-6 p.m. 
and 7-8 p.m. 



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KNOTTS ISLAND 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Knotta Island, N.C. ^^^ 
Robert C. Black, Miaistfl^ 
10:00 a.m.— Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Won^p Service 



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' Vhiek assA Ui mmit and matartal 

wnoit PIm to |d to church n 

War aad Mad your Bibto daily. 



BAYLAKE METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Shore Dr. at Treaaura Island 

Drive in Ba^de 
Rayasead E. Mussar, Miaiatar 
8:30 4 H :00 a.m. — Wonhip 

Service 
9 :45 a.m. — Sunday School 



CHARITY METHODIST 
CHURCH ' 

Back Bay, Virginia 
Leslie E. Graoa, feAiniatar 

10:00 a.m.— Church S^oot 
XI '^ a.ra.-f^Morniiig WorahU) 



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SALEM METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Jlnne, Viri^nia 
lba«ry S. Ettiaora, Miaiatar 
10:00 •.nk — Morning Wonhip 
U,:00 a.m.— OlittKh Sckoel 
7:80 pjo.— You^ FaHoiNAdp 

COMMUNITY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Acradala — I^mpsvillt 
Eav. Jaka L. Kiklar. Jr. 

9:45a.m.-M;;hnrch Sehool 
11:00 a.m. — ^Morning Wonl|^ 
7:80 p.m. — Youth Fellowship 

LYNNHAVEN METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Little Heck Road 
R«v. Obcar V. Rodrigaaa 

10:00s.m. — (^urch School 
11:00 a..m — |iomiQg Wonhif 



\ Grandma baked pies today and we liad a good - 
laugh together over the story she used to teULnw 
as a little girl (d a lady who baked pies 'and 
marked them to tell them apart Hi^f ri» marked 
T M for 'Tis MiiKe, the others T M for 'Ti»ii't 
Hince. 

It's such fuB haying Granctof U^ in o\a 
house. Her stories of the oW days, her under- 
standing humoF, and her joy in living spark our _ 
lives. She needs no label. That slw's a Christian ~ 
glows in everythinsr she does. No matter what 
the circumstances, she meets p^ple and sitoa* 
tions with k>ve and goodness. Full (Credit is h^s, 
that none of the problems that we feared wl^n 
she came to live witii us have develop^ 

Yes, I'd say Grandma has rubbed off on all 
of us. We all go to church now and we're miKh 
happier because of it.- We've learned from Grand- 
ma that happfajMseamjIrM^ doing good and 
loving God. ~- ~ . ^^ 

3py don't yoa go to Church «id take yoitf 
;with yo^^f^r:,f^^^ ^^^:^ r^ 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

9:30 a.m. — Church School 
Rosemont Road A Blai^ Tnii 
Wants J. MiUer, MfaUatar 

9:46 a.m. — Sunday school 
11:00 a.m. — Church Service 



LaKIES METHODIST 
CHURCH 

6660 Yiiginia Beach Blvd. 
Rav. C. Katea Gray 

8:80 a.m.— Early Wondiip 

Service 
9 :46 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Late Wonhip 

Service 
6:00 p.m. — ^Youth Fellowship 



BETHEL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Aone 
Roy R. Jacksaa, Paator 

10 :00 a.m. — Morning Wonhip 
ll:00a.mu — Church School 



PLAZA METHODIST 
CHURCH 

208 Plaza Trail 
Herbert G. Hobbs, Pastor 

9:46 a.m. — Church School 
11 :00 a.m. — Wordiip Service 
7:00 p.m. — ^Youtti Fellowship 



ARAGONA BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Now Meeting In Louise 
Lukford ;EleBentary School 

N. C CUftoB, rMlar 
:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — ^Morning Wonhip 
8:S0p.ra. — Tnuning Union 
7 :SO|Hoa.— Evening Wonhip 
7:S0n.m. — Wed. Prayer 
MaaSag 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

^^9Mk St at Holly Rd. 
H. WadaU Watars. Paster 

9:30 a.m. — Sunday School 
11 :00 a.m.- -Morning Wonhip 
6:16 p.m.— Training Union 
7:30p.ra. — Evening Service 
Evening ^rvices 30 min. later 
May 16 -Sept. 15. 



NIMMO METHODIST . 
aiUROl /* 
Mnceaa Anna, Vu»ia& 
EsMMry S. Ellasara, Mlaister 
1 : 19 a-m. — Chvrch School 
11:16 a.m. — ^Mominv WonUp 



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MOUNT OLIVE 
^ BAPTIST CHURCH 
L. Warrea Cbeae, Paster 
9:30 a.1]^. — Church Sc^ol 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Worriiip 



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CAEROWi 
BAPTIST CHURCH 
ReV. Gary B. TboaspsMi 

9 :45 son. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.191.— Worship Service 
6 :46 JB'.— ^Vesper Service 
6:80 p.m. — Training Union 
7 :30 p.m. — Evan^ustic 
Service 



OCiANA CUBBMAUCfT 

VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. AT OCEANA 

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Staum (Firrt Sunday) 
il:0O a.m.— Morning Praydr and 

SemxMi (2nd. 3rd, ami 4tli Sim- 

'lays) 

9:41 ajiL-Church School (Sep- 

.emb«r-June) (Nursery thrmigb 

AdulU) 
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10:36 a.m.— Unirsdays— Layii^ <m 

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>l«ll R. AMricb. Pastor 

9 :46 a.m. — Sunday Scho<^ 
10>46a.m. — Morning W<xn^ 



OLD DONATION 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

149 Witch Duck Road, Baybide 
8:00 a.m,^ -^Holy Communion 
(Except during rector's va- 
cation) 

10 :0Oaia^— Morning Prayer 
and Sermon (Holy Com- 
munion on first Sunday of 
each month.) 



EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

233 Bowman Road 
Rav. Charles R. MeGinley, 

8:00 a.m. — Holy Communion 
10 :00 a.m. — Holy Communion 

(Ist & 3rd Sunday) 
10:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer 

(2nd A 4th Sunday) 
Church School foUowa ' the 

10:00 a.m. Service. 
Nursery service is available. 



EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(Episcmal) 
B. Sidney Saadars, Racier 

S ;00 a,m. — Holy Communion 
9:00 a.m. — Family Service 
and Morning Prayer 
(3rd Sunday H<rfy Com- 
munion) 
1 1 :00 a.ra. — Morning Prayer, 
sermon (1st Sunday Holy 
Communion) 



STAR OF THE SEA 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

14th St. & Arctic Circle 

Rev. Francis V. Banbrick 

MASSES 

Winter— 8:00, 9:30, 11:00, 

12:15 
Summer— (June 1-Labor Day) 
7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 
11:00, 12:00 
Holy Days— 6:00, 7:00, 9:00 

and 6:80 p.m. 
Weekday, wintel^— 6 :30, 8:46 

S«ai.m«r, 8:45 a.m. only 
Confessions — 4:00 to 6:00 and 
7:00 te 8;00 p.m. Sattu^lay 



ST. MATTHEWS 
CA-niCM.IC CHURCH* 

1010 Sandra Lane, Va. Bearh 
Fatbar' OHara. Father Findlay 

Summer Masses— 7:30, 9:00, 

10:30 and 12:00 
Confession eat^ SiUur^y 4 

to 5:00 and 7:00 to S.'OO 



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OOCANA CHURCH 
OP THE NAZARUIE 

S. Coast 9tm^ Bd.. Om«u 



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TEMPLE EMANUEL 

26th and Baltic, Va. Baaeh 
PhiKp Piaeua, RabU 

7:80 a.m. — Services Mon.-Fri. 
8:16 i^.m. — ^Friday-Sabbatii 

Services 
10:00 am.— Saturday Sabb^ 

Service 
8:00 a.m. — Servicfes Sunday 



EMANUAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

Lynn Shores Drive at Va. Bch. 
Kennatb A. Price, Pastor 

9:10 a.m. — Sunday Church 

Sehuol 
10:30 a A. — Woi^ip Ser^a, 

(nursery provided) 
6:30 p.m. — Luther Leagaa 



EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH OF THE 
<KXN> SHEPHERD 

1489 Laskin Road 
Rov. Dickson W. Tdiylor 

8:30 a.m.— Worship 
9:80 a.m. — Church School 
llgOa.m — Worship 
(Nursery provided) ^ - 
6:30pm.-*-Luther League 



OUR SAVIOUR'S 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Baylake Pines, Bay^d« 
Keaaetb R. Carbaugh, Pastor 
8:15 aJn.--Worship Service 
9:46 a.m.— (Snirch School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship ServJcc 
(Nursery provide4) 



PRINOE OF PEACE 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(itisaottri Synod) 
424 Kings Grant Road 
Rev. J. Elmer Medley, Pastor 
8:00 a.m. — Diyine Worship 
9:15 a.m . — Sunday School • 
and Bible Class. 
10:30 a.m. — Divine Worship 
Holy. -Communion — 1st and 3rd 
Sunday. 



KINGS GRANT 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

iNow meeting in the King^s 
rMnt l^mantary School) 
RayneaMl C. Flitton. Pastor 

9 :60 a.m.^r^unday School 
1 1 :00 a.m.— Morning Worship 



BAYSIOS PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Neai; Robbins Corner 
Rav* J. E. Johnson, Pastor 

9 :4&tt.m.— Sunday School 
1 1 :^ »»— If oming Wonlii^ 

THALU TRINITY 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

m f%idia Roao 
K oNhI^ u, cnaw. Sttrislef^ 
9:80 a.m.— Morning W<»ihip 
J|^0:46aja.— Church School 

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LYNNHAVEN • 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Village 
Rev. Marion R. Webb, Jr. 
9:45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m.— YouUli Feirowship 
6:30 p.m. — Pioneer Fellowship 
7 :S0 p.m. — Evening Worship 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 Arizona Boulevard 
Mt Blaa4 Dudley, Minister 

8:30 a.m. — Worship A»Churcb 

School 
9 :30 a.m. — Worship A Church 

School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship A Church 

School 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 
JBHURCH 

Pacific Ave. at 36th St. 
John S. LyIes, Pastor 
Mr. WUIam D. RnaieD 

9:45 a.m. — C!hurch School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
Nursery Service Provided 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Firat St., Glenrock, Norfolk 
E. Crowell CoolayV Paator 
9:46 a.m. — Church School 
11 :00 a-m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m.— What-Nota 

Fellowdiip 

6:30 p.m. — Pioneer Fellowship 
6 :30 p.m. — Young People'*^ 

Fellowship 



CHURCH OF GOD 

620 14th Street 
Bobby H. Soma, Pasl^or 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7 :30 p.m. — Evening Worship 



ASSEMBLY OF GOO 

Virginia Be«:h Boulevard 

mst Lane "^ Oceana 
Rev. Saniael D. Boiler, Jr. 
9:46a.ra.-T-Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Momins Worship 
7 :3d p.m. — Svani^tustic 
Service 



PENTECOSTAL 
CHURCH OF CHRIST 

16th St. and Rattle Ave 
Elwood Kmrm, Pawtor 



PRINCESS ANNE FREEWILL 

BAPTIST cmm^H 

1415 Oceana Blml. 
Ml Mile past Oc«h» Ait StfL 
on rli^t 
T. J. Tltt|b( PMtor 
9:46ajn.— SaiUlay Sdieol 
ll:99a.m.r-W(^ito Swviee 
6:30p.a.^EiW» ftady 



VIRGINIA BEACH 
COMMUNITY CHAPEL 

Laskin Rd., Linkhoni Bay 
tov. Richard Woodward, Paator 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
i 1 :00 a.m. — ^Morning Worship 
i 1:30 a.m. — Children's Church 

8:00 p.m. — ^Evening Service 




KALA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

Creeds, Virginia Beach, Va. 
W. T. Weaver, Muuatar - 

10:00 a.m. — Bible School 
11 :00 a.na. — Morning Worship 
6:46 p.m — Youth Prognun 
7:30 pm — Evening Worship 



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CHURCH OF CHRIST 

1460 Va. Beach Blvd. Oceana 
Roy N. Wilson, Mintstw 

10:00 a.m.— Bible Study 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning WpnUp 
7 :00 p.m. — Evening Wgpahi|^ 



FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST 
SCII^TIST 

209 - 20th Street 
9:30 a.m.— SiUKlay Schod 
il:00ara. — Church Service 
8 :00 p.m. — Wedmssday 
^^rvica 



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O^EAN PARK ' -'*' 
COMMUNITY CHURCH 

DttPodt Circle, Bayside, Va. 
Panl E. McCnlloafh, TkM., 

9:45 a.m.— Bible School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — ^Family Night 
Service ' 



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ILECTRICAL SUPniEl^, Inc. 

2 Locations Ta Serve 109 

Radio Disaatched Trucks 

431 Virginia Beaeb Blvd.— Dial 428-1660 

Princess Anne Station — Dial 426-6216 




SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN 
CHURCH 

111 Lobough Ave., 

Bellamy Manor 
Vixginia Beach, Va. 
Rav. J. Frederick Parker / 

9 :46 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m.— 4f oming Wo^aSiip 
1 1 :}0 a.ni. — Cbildrens Church 

7:80p.m.'-Evening Service 

LYNNHAVEN COLONY 
UNITED CHURCH 
(Congregational Christian) 
Great Neck Rd. near Shore Dr. 
The Rov. Tbo. H. Brltton 
9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7 :30 p.m.-«^Pilgrim 
Fellowship 
Nursery for small children 



ROSEWOOD MEMORIAL PAM(, INC. 

CEMETERY 

PRINCESS ANNE MEMORIAL PARK 

CEMETERY 
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LASKIN ROAD AT HILLTOP 

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PEMBROKE MANOR 

UNITED CHURCH 

(Congregational Ckristiaa) 

Meetings m Pembroke Manor 

Elementary School 

Rev. ChaHes F. Pograa 

9:30 a.m.— Church Sclma 
1,0:30 a.m. — Worship 

Nursery at all '■erviMi 

FRIENDS MEETWa 
(Qnakar) 
' Laskin Road 
9 :46 a.m. — Sundt^ %eho<^ 
11:00 a.m. — Meetiig lac 
Morning WorsJlp « 

ST. MARK A.MX CHURCH 

Oceana 
Rev. D. P. Folia*, Paster 

9 :30 a.m. — Sundajr 
11 :00 a.m.— WoraUf 

DIAMOND SPRINGS 

CHRISTIAN CHIWM 

Disdnlas of CM^ 

6700 W. Ha^ea tmi 
a David Sbroo^M, Parter 

8 .45 a.ro.— Worship Smrnm 
9 :4I a.m.— Sund» BehofA 
li:00a.m.— Wordfe Seryfee 
6:30 pjB. — ^Youtb\GroiKpa 

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BAYSIDE CHRISTIAN 

CHUROi 

(CoagregatlMal) 

Shore Drive A Gremwell Road 

Earl L. Falrrall, I^Oetar 

9:46 a.m. — Worship Service 

9 :45 a.m. — Sunday School 

11:00 a.m. — Worship Sendee ' 

WYCLIFFE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

J^hn B. D^ Slem. School 

J. Canton BUn, Pastor 

10H}Oa.m.— Mwrning Worship 



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to BE ^ NOT TO BK-Cverything is 111 ^>evene la the «U ud 
wacky werU «( Mr Alec CafawM portrayli^ aa «dd-baH air wu-dea 

GoUfried BfhJianit ite a iMcMaB for ParameaBt release epeataig Wed. 
at the Beaeh f%Mim4n(ikaellC(mBws and Robert Re#Mrd irtar mi 
Sir Alec's priaaam, iHw wrepven evc^Tthins except the news tiiat 
the WW has bea fv«r for aevea years. 



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TO MECT 

local cof^P^tkm d Jc^ 
I's tVUiie»^ w» toki at^tbeir 
meeting ttiatltiiiy 
would be joining some 800 ^Uow 
ministers in Peten^rg, Virginia 
the week end of November 13-14. 

Earl H. Jatxibi, Jr.. preaUUi^ 
mini^,. said he had received 
word froln^ WMckower Bible 
and^ TrMt Sod^y ^f Broddyn, 
New York ttoil ttie City- of P^rs- 
burg had been selected m the 
site t^ the semi-annual training 
seminar for Witnns muustors lo- 
cated 1^ Eastoti Vir^nia and 
Ncrtheaslern North CarollM. 

The Peteraburg High Schtwl au^ 
ditoriUm on We^ Wa^ungton St. 
has been engaged for the three- 
day me^mg which will deal with 
the application of Bible principle 
to dail^ living, with specal atten- 
tion given to raisit^ and training 
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of childrM fran 18 te 21 years 
old. and thoae sons nd dai^ta^ 
ov«- 21 and not ov«r 23 (or 31 if 
have been in milittfy iavk%), 
married or suigle, whose veteran- 
fathers ar« totalfy «d pcrmani^tly 
sevk^coniM^ tUaabM, or died 
while in this conttlim. or where 
death was ta the Armed Forces 
service or result d service between 
Septonber IS. MM and June 26, 
1960 and from February l, 1955 
until now (wid in the bOnre, too) 
caUed "induction pedoda" (between 
wars and during the draft), who 
were previoualy d«a»d educational 
altowffiK»i by Vetorana AdtnUb> 
tration becauae the disability or 
deatii was not Aie to actual per- 
ionaaaee of active duty-SH(HJLD 
RE-APPLY NOW for this higher 
educatiw benefit The only re- 
quiremwit for "pMcetime" veter- 
u is disability w death bi line 
of duty. "Rei^ of pei^efnanee 



of duty'^ no longer necessary, 
effective Novonber 1, 1965. under 
Public Law 8^232. 

Turn Moore, in charge of local 
veterans' service, asks you to 
cor^t him at Room 218 Prof4s- 
slonal Arts BuJldii^. N<»{olk, Vir- 
ginia, at 142 West York Street; tel- 
ephone 622-9671 or 625-4170. 

Moore says the' same law also 
"upped" aUowance fran $110 
monthly for full-time education to 
$130 mcKithly. wRh compar'tative 
part-time raises and on cooperative 
college work. ,^ 



MMMMaiWMMI 



TURKEY SHm 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Moose 
Lodge No. 1998, Loyal Order of 
Moo%, will sponsfM* a turtey sho(^ 
at the old Coast Guard Station on 
Route 615, near the main entrance 
of N.A.S. OceMa. T i 

The turkey shoot will be hdd 
Nov. 13. M, 39 and 21. 



Jacdbs said the Witi^MS are 
firm believers that cMklren nmist 
be tau^t nspe(A for God's laws 
as well as man's laws, and they 
believe correctim and discipli^ 
mu^ be givm in tove in ot^er 
for the children fS> grow up to be 
mature Christians, and the exanrh 
pie set t^ tiie paroHs ia a power- 
ful weapon against jiivaiile delin- 
quency. 



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Virginia Beach Theatres 

A C H 6 A Y N 

25th & Atlantic 17th & Atlantic 




PEACE CORPS 

NORFOLK - Tidewater resi- 
d«its interested ui putting their 
skills to use in devel(^g nations 
around the world are Invited to 
take the Peace Corps placonoit 
test at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Novon- 
ber 13, at the Post Office buikling, 
Ym:^ and Granby streets, in roMn 
3A, basement. 

Ilie application foiif^;lif the 
I^aaiment test, is the nxMt im- 
portant (actor in the 9electl(»t of 
Vohmteers, Parsons int««8ted in 
serving in the P«K% Coipa must 
nil out an applic^ion. if they have 
not already done so. and (resent 
it to the te^er bdore taking the 
test. ■_:..,,. 

AppUSiSsffi ifUQr be (d>tajn^ 
from local post (rffices or from 
the Peace G«ps, Wa^un0SBrfi&: 
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Several vuiftfes of flowers tai bloen ta flie bridi flawer hmn ta 
froat of Kellam-EatoB lasoraace Co. TIm firm hn beds ctted by ttw 
CouBcl of Garden Clubs aad the Beauttflcatlon CammMoit ef Vta^ 
giaia Beadi t» outstaRdtag efforts. 



Awards Of lAerit Given j 

At 

For IB Beauty Efforts 



VmG^JU BEAOI-'nie Council of Gu'den Dubs &d ^ newly J 
created B^utification Commis^wi ot Viiginia Beach have s«* Awards — 
of Merit to 180 busineis firms and individuals in Vta>^iia Beach ini^- | 
{n^iatkn oi efforts to in^arove thdr reqp^rthre premises Airing 1866 
Nearly twice as many awards were sast this year ov^ lS6i 
Tlje Council of Garden Clubs and 



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Novombor 12-13 





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Home Improvement Loans 
Savings Accounts 



• Checking Accounts 

• Nigiit I^pository 

• Auto Loans 



• Christinas Club 

• Safe Deposit Boxes 



AMPLE CA^tAL 



AMPLE LENDING LIMIT 



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Bank of Viiginia BBAiiH 



Pacific Avenue at Laskin Road Naval Air Station - Oceana 

1 802 Atlantic Avenue USFAAWTC - pam Neck 

' 3333 Virginia Beacli Blvd. at Princess Anne Plaza 

4864 Shell Road at Bayside 

4920 Virginia Beach Blvd. at Aragona Village 

^ 2422 Princess Anne Road at Courthouse 

No. 4 Janaf Shopping Center - Norfolk 

No. 8 Selden Arcade — Norfolk 

Mondaf through Friday, 9 A.M. to 1 PJC^'-FrMay aftmooii • 4 to 7 P.M. 




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CHRIS NOEL 
THE SUPREMES 



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SANDQKAN 

THE GREAT 

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November 14-16 



MTED., THURS., FRi., SAT. 
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WED., THURS., FRI., SAT. 
November 17-20 



REPOSESSED SINGER SewinR 
Machine— Fully equipped to zig- 
zag, oven^fot. etc.; full tizp. 
heavy dutv. nxoKl boi)bin. Pay 
lay-away balancx dt |S6.90 or 
small monthly payment. 

BRAND ^fl^W UK^laimed sew- 
ing maddne and cd[)hiet. Fully 
equipped to zig-zag. m&t^A. 
etc. Originally aold for $UBJO. 
Pay lay^away balance of 138.00 
or 6 payments of $6.60. 

REPOSESSED WHITE SEW- 
ING MACHINE - Will zig-zag. 
overcast, ete. Balance of ^.50. 
Cash OT 5 paymoits of 15.50 and 
its ywirs. 

REFXIRSCR ALL 
MAKES & MODELS 

RICCAR 

SEWIN0 CENTER 
liM NeMew Ave. - 



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the Beauti&:atkm Commissicm are 
movii^ forward widi their plans 
to beautify all of Vii^a Beach. 
C^ of jh^ n^w' programs includes 
the plaming dL fkwei^ juM in fn»it 
<tf a business establii^unait. TIr 
(tfticers of the organizatkns have 
dted Kriltfn-JEahm Inwrance Cnn- 
pany for the fbwers planted in 
front Qi its new building cm Pacific 
Av«aie. Itie organizatioia have 
recommovied that t^her firms 
take Kdlam-Eaton as an ex»nple, 
and {dan to beauty then- oitai:^ 
ments accordingly. 

^lA^M eC the winners of this 
^ar's Awards of Merit is published 
bebw in order that the citkeos 
tS. ^^rginia Beadi may Join the 
Oomcfl of Qa^m C^ md the 
BeM^MoMoR Ontniasto te con- 
iprahilatii^ the individuals and 
Ixtsin^ Amtt cited. 

Award Rec^kpta 

Kellam and Eaton, Capes Beach 
h Cdaana dub. Aoelus MotiJ, 
llnmderbird Mold, Gay Vacation- 
er, IHplomat, ta Playa, Ocean 
Ranch, Americana, and Cavalier 
Hotel ft Cabana Club. 

Amie pountry Club, La 
" .llrive^Shop.'Wni. 
Rj^Ue'Piige, Mayflov»r Apts.. 
S^Ptoss Motel. Pet2r Pan Cskt&, 
(^'s Rffltaurant Neptune's Cor- 
nell,- fluid Salasky Optical Co. 

<^ivcoal Ro(an R^tauratH, King 
<4,^ Sea Restaurant, Plantatkm 
mM^, Cokmifd hui Motd, Sea N' 
Sun Motel Apte.. Viking Motel, 
Idkfwhyle Motel ft Iim, , Wain- 
\ii^igM Realty Co., wd Sinclair 
Towne House. 

Creekmore Beauty Sakm, Ava- 
mere Hotel. Halifax Hotel.. Sea 
Hawk Motel ft Restaurant, Prin- 
ces Anne Inn, Alexander's Pan- 
cake Inn,' Breaker's Motel ft; Ho- 
tel. U. S. P. Office (24th St.). B ft 
M. Delicatessen, and Albanarle 
Hall. 

Marilyn's Inn. Hon»stead, Boul- 
evard Gk-iD. Sea Isle. Beach Pla- 
za, Saxony Motel. Tides Motor Ho- 



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VIRGINIA BEACH REALTY&r 

Roalton 



OFFERS COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE 
RESIDENTIAL SALES 

• COMMERCIAL & INVESTMENT PROPERTIES 
• RENTALS (Yearly and Sr^asonal) 
) LAND DEVELOPING 
• FARM SALES 

• DEVELOPER'S AGENT 

• ALL TYPES OF FINANCING 




Main Office At 
1705 LASKIN RD. 



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td, IXuidee Inn, Hdk^ 
Motei, Mid Horatio Blotel. 

Bel Haitxwr Motel. Gardn 
Lodge, Newcastle Motel. HoBdi^ J 
Sands MoteL l^nn Dee.Motd. Hm ^ 
Sands Motel, 11w Dunaa Ibtil. 
Farrar's .Tourist Vi^afti, fo^ 
nwre Sei Cokxqp, and lietti 
Waahii^gtOD Motor |lotd. 

Dairy Queen at 7th St., deean 
LaM Motel Apts., Rodee Motel 
Apta., Blue Water Apts., HerihifK 
House ft Paper Box, Cond Sand ^ 
Motel. Tarheel Motd. ManOQ'a.-J 
UjM, Woodhouae Apts., GoUen 
Dragon. 

Olfee of Dr. L. 0. Clark. *.. 
Odx, Surf Rid«. Light House. 
(Siftaf/te HuIbiiisbI;. Cflvili^ te 
Ifotri, iftihiolaBwiiip^ Savlop ft 
U>m^JIUJilggm> Mutaal fii- 
tral Sa^B|i ft Loin, Va. Biadi 
Bhd.. Jefferson Manor Apta., Unit- I 
id Itortgi^e ft Serving Corp. ^ 
Prine^i kem Umshx Apta.. Sat ^t 
ltan(^ Motel, Swre Drive, mn. T. | 
Pariie^ (8oaa Qerdan 4fh St), 
Cap'n Jtan's Importe, Sea Hona 
Inn, The Muiner M^m* WuA, 
Cofer'a, DecoratOTs. AtetarfH'- 
Beegles. IfeH}«rt Hartdk Fkriat. 
and Vh^ma Beach Flnri^. 

Websters, Bem^ Jeweler. &n- 
press Moid, Soi Esdve Motd, 
puritui RNtMu-ant (new froirt), 
Virginia NatimMd taxk, Atlai^ 
Ave., Virginia National &«k. Prto- 
cess Anne Plaza, CfAfSEf UoM. 
Va. Beach Bhrd., P^mamiUe Cirfe- , 
teria, and Iteve Mmo* 1^m^ Oo. | 
La F(mda Apts., Offices ol IH-. | 
Fitdiugh Mayo, Dr. Alvin Q. Ja^ I 
rett, Dr. Roy Jarrttt, Wn. P^«r^ 
Otey Miller, Atty., Wta. Edaraid -^ 
Caton, Atty., Eaateni Shore Oia|>- | 
d. Our Savior Lutheran (fim^ ^ 
(^ore Drive). Luth^an Qnirdi 
(Laskin Rd.) and Baylake Plnea 
Methodist ClMirdi. 

Baylake Pines . School. Galflae 
E^isc<H)al Churdi, First Pre^>yta»- 
rian Churdi. Flr^ Ba^M Omtk, 
Oliver F\uieral Itome. Maertiu Fu- 
neral Home, and ^niete Fiui»1d 
Home. 

H. E. Faree Flying A Swv'ce'" 
Statton (Shore ft-iw), Ctty Serv- 
ice Gas Statkm (^Siore Drive ft 
Urchin Stn and Plaza She& Sec- 
vice (Va. Beach BlvAK 

Esso S«^ice Statkn. RotiL Bedt- 
ling (Thdia ft Va'. Beaeb Mvd), 
Willis Wayskie. Shomier*B Aitfqiir 
SlKf), Prinens Theatre, Roae Hail 
Puie Tree Iiai, Rice's, (kfmnmeei 
En^>k>yee'8 IiMirance t)o.. A. J. 
L^um Fum^iffe Co. (Va. Beadi 
Blvd.), and ^Htane anl Gar^ 
Sup^y Co. 

Lum's Htt^are, Jarvli ft Kitch- 
en, Yardann Botaiffai^. Credc- 
ered Flag, Murden's, IMKiseum df 
Natural ISxstuscy, Nee(Be ft ThreaA 
Shop. Bayskie Medical Offices, U. 
E. P. (Pacific Ave.), and U. E. P. 
(Northam(^(m ^vd. arandi). , 

Georgetown ApU,^^ MaraheSi, 
Se^ ft Sand liolel, 1. R^ Bowel. 
Le(|ger-Staraeecon Offices. Thuh 
deit»h^ BowUog Laaci. U. S. Salts 
Corp.. White Hana Maid. G<^ 
Rand) Motd. and/C^ Dofflhuen 
Tobacco Oo. . ' 

Bank of Va. Iteadi (Couitlmiae 
BraiK^), Blac kAngus, Httdxvgwr 
Haven. Realdcoees of Conanander 
Edward Kd^. &. W. Hanaw. & 
V. Mathews, a & Noe. 0. 0. 
Creel. T. N. J/^em and P. 0. 



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pH Tiiiirwiili'i' <h«' fiiHiiiT 
IK^ ti HiMt P^Bwel IfidM et 
«. lot I, Midi O. pM «( PriMM 
•M. 13; Ux tBA 
Red^ Qxp. to Km- 
mJmi»m at «. let I. MotA M. 
piat of rwferaiM Manor iec. 4; 
tnmJL 

Mipoittaiie ««^ Oxp. to iUdfr 
«ii n«ak fhorapMO «t tix. kt 14, 
Ugdk 97, fitt of PonlvQlK Maaor 
Me. 4; Ms HMfi. 

■mIi^ Coip. to mrim 
l^tag et ox, lot Ir blodc 
H^^Mft Pmiiio\u e Umotut^. 
«; ttt IBJI. 

Sodl Realty Qap to "ratMnas Ed- 
w«rd Dionood et ux, lot 6, Mock 
^ §M d PeroiuDlK Manor sec. 4; 
tax IS3.30. 

En^l Realty Corp., to John Pel- 
liah. ^.. et ux. lot 14. block «, plat 
rW Vmrimike Manor tec. 4: tax 
$17 jl. 

Aimaa Realty ICorp., to Neuland 
C. Collier et ux, kt 37, fa4ock 42, 
idM of PmiffdK Maaor sec. 4; 
tax«B.fl. 

IfiD Bum Coi^tructi<m Ccm^my 
toe. ,to Victor J. Grov», Jr., et 
ux, kk 9, bkxrk £, plat of Princess 
Anoe Ffaoa sec. li; tax $21.30. ^ 

t^sM Pia^ Rose et ux to Au- 
brvy Tftibm Hamt et ux. part of 
s^ 7 and 8. plat of JesM Parker- 
aw ft^jpvrty; tax Iffi.SO. 

AValQBifllls, Inc.. to Hovral^ R. 
Bdottdlax, tot M. piat (j( Home- 
■Icad aee. 1; tax |3B. 

Mon mik. Inc., to Duiid P. 
How ^ ux, lot 97, plat of H«ne- 
i0mA ms; I; \Mk $33. 

C^k^lfMlehiU Cmpomtiai to 
Widter W. Carawan et ux, M 15, 
Uock 9. plat cf Princess Anne 
Ftau, see. U; eax $25J6. 

ftmk H. &iras et ux to lYead- 
ficil &}rrdllfr et ux, kH 27, fdat of 
Blver Esti^ sec. 1; tax 



Xea»^ W. Ea^kst ^ ux to Don- 
akl «. Wenzel. k>t %, plat ^ Lake- 
view I^ric sac. 4; tax $MJO. - 

Ptoo R^ty CorporiAlQD ft als 
T/A to ^teries D. Richardson et 
m, let tt; Modt tt. flit «l Piia- 
tmt Ame Plaza lec. tt: fia $Sfl>. 
' Z^ OooBtmctJii '-Company et 
ids to Joseph J. IMm et ux, k>t 
C plat of iOifB Grant sec. »: tax 



S. WOkr, Ist 4. |4«t of North 
iMor, taxW«- 
Ifa^fc IttdaN Pimiwuin et ux 
to 6iirM P. ftiuli|llM et ux. tot 
n, plat d UOm esc. S; tax 

Mehml J. Nortoe et ax to CUf- 
ioi^ Awtr^ Hart et MX. lot tt, 
Meek D, plat «f H^ooAurst*. tax 



fiafahy L. Tcmmeni at ux to Vir- 
^bU Mtunal BaidK, ist H, btock 
a, plat of Piucen Aane Plua 
tec 7; tax $20.70. 

W. J. Brivo* et al to DaoaU M. 
rutew et la, lot 8, block AA, {dat 
<rf Araijma Vilk^ sec. 3; tax 
IM.10. 

3. T. Stac^ ^ ux to fiobby T. 
lW)b et ux. let 1, plat (d Byler 
Bmm; tn |K JS, 
vQenietli 6. Curfil et ux to Witch 
Oat^ Manor Devetoping Coipora- 
tioB, parcd-^t d Sei^oard IXs- 
Irict: tax $90.70. 

I^vin R. O'Neal et ux to An- 
drew D. Perry et uxTlot 31, piat 
fll BellMqr Manor sec. 02, tax $30. 

H0(p N. Bnntafltein et al to 
Tfkeii J. ilink»ri)ein et ux, kA 9, 
ttock V. jM d BirciMvooii Gar- 
dens sec. 3; tax $26.25. 

W. litohfiekl et ux to 



ASieft h. Boaey ft la to The 
Souttdand Corperetkm. parciH>>«t 
of Kmpsville Beemi^, tax |SJO. 

SaKritore £. LoGafc^ et ux to 
Lffi-asan Realty Coporatitm, bt 13, 
Mode 1, plat d I^iKeas Anae 
Plsaa sec 1: t«K VBM. 

My Fraiddia Jerfdoe at ux to 
Cahm L. Lan|^ el or. tot S, 
{dat of Weodstodt Sstatas: tax 
ISJO. 

B^ L, DeHait at » to .Alvta R 
Laoab ^ tot, kit Ml, plat «f Cape 
Story iy-lWsea; tsc ^JR. 

AMred G. KeBey. Jr.. ^ ux to 
WilHam Joha Petoi, lot l, block 
X, fdat d Carolarae Farm aec. 3; 
tax $32.55. • 

Haroki M. Stem et als to EUis 
Conpany, put d tots 61. 62, plat 
of Laurel Manor; tax $17.25. 

Jos^ CMcasindti et ux to Adam 
DonaU Miller ^ ux, tot 12, bkick 
13, {dat of Ari^Mta ViDage sec. 6; 
tax $21.30. 

Harry Edward ^^le rt ux to 
WiUiain J. Mun^y et ux, tot 11, 
btodi 22, plat of Pembroke Manor 
sec. I; tax $23.55. 

James Edward Antlq?, Jr., et ux 
to Ofel L. Poll«rt et lix, tot 7, bhck 
jT^at d Princess Ame Plaza sec. 
11; tax $21.45. ^ 

Edwin E. Pulley et ux to Antonie 
K. Pulley, tot 20. block 5, plat of 
lliaUa Manor; tax $15. ^ 

Jack Lee WaUer et ux to WU- 
Uam Call Gadce et ux, lot 8, and 
part of tot 10, bkx:k 6, plat of Jack- 
soodale; tax $21.'^. 

Dream IGonstruction Corporation 
to Walter T. Campbdl, Jr., et ux. 
lot 2, Uock 8, plat of West Alan- 
toj sec. 4; tax $35.K. 

Dallas B. Bof^ et ux to SBna 
W. Pahner, part of site D, plat of 
Ubettneer Annex No. 2; tax $30. 

Harry H, Davenport et ux to 
John P. Parker et al, parcel— plat 
d Laskin Road; tax $247.90. 
^ John P. Parker et als to Mid- 
town Dcvdo{xncat Corporation. 
pffixel — plat of Laskki Road; .tax 
^^M7.50. 

Heteo Blanche MiSett to Rd)ert 
iktaaaSL John et i». tot^Ma^ 
C, plat oi Aragooa Villi^ sec 1; 
tax $18. 

Earl J. Phtfer, Jr.. et ux to Billy 
Gerakl Grant et ux, lot m, plat 
of Westnnoreland sec. 1; tax $22.65. 

Wiley A. Hinson et ux to Elvie 
R. fionney et ux, tot 412, plat d 
Cape Story By-TlieSea; tax $%.25. 

Ecbia D. Gibbs €t als to C. S. 
Hines, Jr., et ux, lots 1, 9, 10, 11, 



tax $39. 

Broad Bay Island Corporattoa to 
Jimmte D. Morrisette et ux site 
281. plat of Bay Idand sec. 2; tax 
$57.75. 

C. Roger Malbon et ux to Ernest 
C. Consolvo, parcel — West Neck 
Road; tax $^.25. 

Ooro&y M. Fl£rt% to C*a M. 
Wiite, part d tots 15, 17, block 11, 
fAaA d Cape Henry sec. E; tax 
$25.20. 

Paul C. Ewing rt ux to Robert 
Bayd Adgent et ux, lot 7, Mock 3, 
plat ot Baylake Pines; tax $29.25. 

Charles H. Webb et ux to James 
i^.t Rosorthai d ux, tot 15, plat of 



Gardenwood Park; im ftl.^- 

J. Fra^ Matoon et al, T/A to 
Sea Waoft Corp.. parcel, plat ot 
Vhfiria Beach Devetofmient Q«n- 
{Mtfqr: tax $$00. 

,V«a«i L. Gitoaget et ux to 
Lawroice C. Pr«K*i et ux, tot 117. 
plat of Malibu sec 1; tax $18.79. 

Harvey N. Ward et ux to William 
R. Brown et ux. lot 19. bkx* 44. 
{rtat of AragMu Village see. 9; 
tax $23.K. 

Mill ROM Cmstruction Comfwqr, 
mc. to WlUittn H. Clark et ux. tot 
39. Wock C, pu* (rf Princes Anne 
Plaza sec. 13; tax $10.70. 

Mill RtBs Con^rurtkm Compmy 
Inc. to James R. Wannall, Jr. et 
ux, lot 8, btock D, platot Princess 
Anne Plaza sec. 18; tax $27.00. 

Easter Realty Cwp. to DoiuUd 
Eefear Saidtim, Jr.. et ux, lot 1 
tMock 37, plat of Panbrote Manw 
sec. 4; tax $22.06. 

Halknark Con^r^n Corp. U 
Anieit C. thanpson S ux, lot 16. 
blcK* J, plM of Huntii^ton sec. 2; 
tax $a6J8. 

MiU Russ Constructiim Company. 
Inc. to Debnar N. Baird ^ ux, kH 
11, bkx* E, plat of Princes Anne 
Plaza sec. 13; tax $21.15. 

Mill Russ Cons^ructton Ccnapany, 
Inc. to Edwara Bernard Andersen 
et ux, tot 3. btock B. plat of ^Prin- 
cess Anne Plaza sec. 13; tax $B.S6. 

John Kerr Fj^e et ux to Harold 
Douglas Fuller et ux. lot 9, btock 
j, plat of Bay Colony Developm«it; 
tax $33. 

James Luther Waters, Jr. et ux 
to Property layers. Inc., tot 2, 
btocK 74. plat 01 
Plaza 9K. 3; lax $23.40. 

Coy C. Brightwell et ux to Prop- 
erty Buyers, Inc., tot 6, btock 8, 
plat of AragOTia Village sec. 12; 
tax $17.40. 

Donald Haroki Rudy et ux to 
Property Buyers, Inc.. lot 8, block 
1, plat d Aragooa Villain sec. 10; 
tax $18.60. ' 

wamer G. Coogler et tnt !» 
Property Bpyers, Inc.. lot 6j block 
37, plat d Aragwia Village sec. 6; 
tax $16.05. 

Vropet^ Buyers, Ihc. to Jos^ 
B. Corrieri et ux, tot M, block »M. 
plat of Princes Anne Plaza sec. 
2; tax $21.90. 

Claudia P. Hoiderswi to Goids- 
borough SerpeU Patrick d. ux. part 
of tot 162, plat of LMdwm Patk; 
tax $59.10. 

Property Buyers, Inc. to Bertte 
R Wood, tot 8, btock Z, ^ of 
Carotnoe Fa^ see. ^A^ «9.2S. 

Cariton DeWitt Baki#ta' «i ttf 
to Joseph N. Early ot ta, tot H, 
block N. plat of Bircliweod. Gar- 
dens sec. 4; tax $2111. 

Jadt H. G»b8 et ux to Colum- 
bus Cartwri^ et ux, k^ 19 and 
part of tot 18. block 6, plat of 
Oceana Gardens; tax $1*. 

Etheridge Realty, Inc. to Geprgt 
A. J<riiigan, part d TrMt No. 2. 



12. 13, block 4. plat of Jacksondale; pig^ ^ Woodlawn Farm; tax $19.96. 



Clark-WhitehiU CorpwatkB te 
Asa B. Camp et ux, ki 4, btock 
11. plat of Princess Aiuie Plua 
seo. 8; tax $34.06. 

Clark- Whitehill CorpofaUoo to 
Ralph H. Heres el'ux. tot 2. blod^ 
11, plat of Princess Anne Plaai 
sec. 8; tax $35.85. 

Clark-WhitehiU Qorporatkn to 
Tlwmas ArchibaW Gduing et ux, 
lot 20. Wock 4, plat ot Princes 
Anne Plaza sec. 14; tax $K.05. 

Clark-WWtdiill CorporaUcm to 
Rooert Gaither Nanney d ux, lot 
37, btock 4, plat of Princes Anne 
Piaza sec. 14; tax $25.06. . 



OartrHUMia tefmttn H 
DataM R (tfwt. Jr. « ux, totft 
bieck 6, piaf of n-taaii Asia 
Flaa sec H; Ma 111.11. 

Eari SiMi# Mrd Oaf tam^ 
oMHt OorporaiiH. tola M. fl. UMk 

I. plat of Boflaai IWraoe; tax $m. 
CaottosiM fitepHses. Inc. to 

C^Btos Ikif Uorr^ et ux, kA tt, 
btock % ^ d Windsor WMi 
see. 1; ta m.#. 

Kwasih CWsrd ttirrii et u la 
Jmaa K. Htfrtooo et ux, tot tl, 
btock B. plat of Pemt^rokerKMor 
sec $; tsK |»A 

Harry Mdfy (^pen^a to K^ 
ert BdranI Magett it w^lst $4, 
pl^ of Kta^ (fraat sec. M; lax 
$36.60. 

N. $. Gtnwdc? et 4d to Gennl 
Rea^ Corpor^ton, ^^vrt-pM af 
Lj^mhavai Bmxigh; tax 901.11 

J. Itovte Reed, ^. at ox to Wiri- 
Ukx S. Htfiraod, Jr.^ inc. ^ $. 
plat d Ltatteni ^lersa, lac; tax 

»7.». '■ ■ 

E^U Realty Cotpfff$Mm to Lew* 
U M. Shr^im- it ux. tot 8. btock 46, 
lot of Pemtooke Manor sec. 4; tax 
$S.35. 

Raymond E. Rice et ux to lit- 
Ue Chris, Inc., toU 9, 10. U. 12, 
13, 14. 15, pist of fti^-QIff; tax 
$92.K. 

Kathtoen W. Planck to DooaM 
C. Clayman et ux, tot B, plat 4>f 
Linkhom Bay Coriporaika; iMX $88. 

Gra(% A. Pari^r et als to Gecrge 
W. Addn et ux. m acres— near 
Cree<^ Bridge; tax ^.50. 

I.. W. Wbttehurst et ux to Geor^ 
F. Darden, Jr., pared B. plat <tf 
Princess Anne ^Lynnhaven Borough; tax $46.60. 

Avalon Hills. Inc to Cliffond M. 
Parket et ux, tot 74, {dat of Home- 
stead sec. 1; tax $36.15. 

Leonard L. CkdUer et ux to 
Dwight E. Lochsnan et ux, tot S, 
block 30, plat of Pembndw UBoaar 
sec. 3; tax $22.20. 

Edward L. Dai^Mr^ et ux to 
Jean Liakous CarQn. lot 7. btodc 
19A, pM d rrlnrfifi ^^wt^glaza 
sec. 6; tffli $21.56. ^—r^ 

(i. M. Elitott et ux to Ray A. 
Wright et wc, tot 86, plat of Bay- 
viUe Park, sec 2; tax 116.75. 

Robert W. Ktanbrei et ux to 
Tbonas J. Jdaatm, Jr. et ux. k^ 

II, block Z, ptotfht Carolanne Fann 
ttc. '3; tax $31 

Estdle M. Oglesby to BUly Rav- 
oo Gamer et ux, tot 8, btock 20. 
plat of Ari^oa VUls^ sec. 8; 
lax $82 JO.' ^^ 

WiUuon C. lUe, Jr. nim to Bd- 
BMod C Bedier ^4ix^ tot 127, plat 
of' 11x}rou^ood Estates; *tax 

$a.55> 

'WilUasn T. Und«aa!^l et ux to 
James W. Evans, tots 15. 16, block 
8, ptot iaf l^mneer; tut $64.^. 

Clark-miti^U Corporatton to 
WlUiam Edw«d Davis et ux, lot 
6, block 9, plat of Princess Anne 
Plaia sec. 14; tax $22.50. 

Pic6 IlMtty Corpwatimi et als 
T/A to BonaW W. Hutes et ax, lot 
21, Idodc tt, plat of Princess Ahne 
Plaea, aec 11; tax $22.65. \ 

Pleo Realty Corporatton et aU 
T/A to John D. Hedrick et ux, lot 
2d, btock 17, plat of Princess Anne 
Plaza sec 11: tax $20.70. 

3dm E. Bn^an et ux to Charles 
T. Poote et ux, tot 6, piaA, of Pine- 
wood 'Gardtiis: tax $21. 

Gewge W. HaMead, Jr. et ux to 
MUwesva Corporattoa, lots i, 2, 3, 
4, 5, btock A, piM of Gunn-Hall 
Mansr; tax $119.40. 

Louis Eniest Blmchard ^ ux to 
itorbert Ttowtoa Maples etux, lot 
3. bloc B, plat of- Aragooa Village 



see. I: m IM.76. 

te K. INbk et n to Itt^ Ape 
(fim. let 21. UediB. plilaf 
Jmombeni aec 6; t«i 07. 

flMD GMMtmctfn Oip. to 
mm HaHditoa et ex. Ht 6, MeiA 
i. |let (d Mncess Aaiie PteM s^. 
$y'ya $a.i5. 



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k Bifink« Carapenri 9"^ tif^ 
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Anham R. HMto, A*, at w to 
J. Weodsvd at m. tois S^ r, 
Uock IS, plat af fhaMpM li 
tsK $17 J6. 
. taiy A. Wr^ et » to <Ni^|e 
K. EUtott et ux, tot i^ pM gf 
LidKview Sh(xw; tax 






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Church Listings Cont'd 



CORNERSTONE BAPTIST 

(CaaMrvaHva Baptist) 

R«v. Parliar Yoaag 

.220 Red Tide Road 
Lynnhavcn Colony 
10:00 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Service 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Serving 
7 :30 p.m. — Wednesday 
Evening Services 



ST. FRANCIS' 
IPISCOPAL MISSION 

B09 Rosemont Road 

Virginte Beach, Va. 

R«T. ClaytoB E. Crifgar 

VieaT'laCkarga 

ar:00 A.M. — Holy Comnuinim 
9>80 A.M. — Church Sdiool 
11:0b A.M. — Worriiip (HWy C«n- 

munion 1st SuxuSof) 
6:00 P.M. — Yoirth Fttlowship 
Nursery iN*ovided 9;30 and U:00 

A.M. 



Ait- Station on right 
T. J. TiBf U, Pastor 
9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:45 a.m. — Worship Sarvka 
7:80 p.m. — Evening Servica 



KEMPSVILLE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

7120 Ke^psville Road 
A. D. Bloant, PasUr 
9:45 am. — Sunday Scbo<^ 
ll:00a.m— M^mlag Wofskli^ 
8 :00 p.m. — Evaainc Worship 



^s*-s THALIA LYNN 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Va. Beach Blvd. adjoining 
Princess Anne Hirii School 

R«v. Rebart N. WaU*.* 
8:30 a.m. — Morning WortiUp 
9:30 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m — Morning Wonlu? 



BATSIDE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

1480 Pleaitare House Rd. 
Jaaias V. DaFoa, Partar 

8:20 a.m. — WorsWp ServfcS 
ll;uua.m. — Worship Servtee 
9:20 A 1040 a.m. Sanday 
School „ . 

8 :00 p.m. — ^Evening Service 

PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

246 Rosemont Road 
R«v. Malvia Haghes, Pastor 

^^jnaO p.m.— Wowhip 

^^ervicwi^-«v^ 

School 
-Training Union 



FIRST COLONIAL 
Bi^TIST CHURCH 

929 First Colonial Road 
Gaorga T. StalUags, Paalar 

9 :46 a.m. — Sunday Scho«4 
10:00 a.m. — ^Monis« Wocs^ 
6:30 p.m. — ^Training Union ' 
7 :30 p.m.— Evamnr '^or^p 
Ti^Op.m.^-iil^f'waa "^ 
WednMuy 



FELLOWSHIP Baptist 

CHURCH 

419 Glenrock Road, Norfolk 

R«T. ChariM T. HaaMds 

9 :45 a.m. — Church S^>el 

ll:OOa.m.-^Moming Wenli^ 

7 :30 p.m. — Evening Wonbip 



BEACHLAWN BAPTIST 

CHURCH 

9th & Med. Ava. 

A cooperating Sot^hern B^ist 

Church- 
Gaorga Wollatt. Jr., Miaistar 
Phone 428-2004 
9 :4&a.m.— Sunday School 
ll:00 8.m. — Moiling Seirvice 
a :8D p.m.— Training Union 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Service 
7:80 p.m.— Wed. ftrayar 
Service 

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

6818 Va. Beach Blvd., Norfolk 
Frad M. Farus, Paster 

9:46 a.m.— Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6 :30 p.m.1 — ^Fellowship Hour 
7:80 p.m. — Evening Services 

GRACE BRETHREN 
CHURCH 

Great Nack at HiUt^ 
A. HaroM Arriaftoa. Faftor 

10:00 a.m.— ^Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Worship Service 
7:30p.tB.-r-Ev«Akig SArvica 

MOUNT OUVE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

RaT. T. M. WaUiar. Pastor 

9:30 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
7:30 p.aa.— Evenly Worahip 

OAK OftOVE BAPTIST 

eMuicH 

Baek Bi^, Virgisia 
Alvia St. Clair, Pa^Mr 

9:46 a.m.— Church Schod 
1 1 :0p a.m. — Morning Worship 

BIBLE BAPTIST CHUilCH 

Qreanwall Rd. 4k Lakeviaw Dr. 

Baysida, Ta. 

Rav. DarM Mcara, Paatat 

9:46 a.». — Stmday Sc^^l 
1 1 ;00 a.m.^Morning Worship 
7:46 p.m. — Evening Worship 



ST. GREGORY THE GREAT 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

7271 Virginia Beaclr Blvd. 

Rav. Flaviaa Yaliako* OMM, 

Rav. Pasch^ Kaoip O.S.B. 

Masses— 6:30, 8:00, 9:30, 

11:00 and 12:.10 
Confusions are on Saturdi^ 

7:30-8:30 



blackwater baptist 
J:hurch 

Rot. Ralph L. Hera 

10:00 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m — Morning WotrsUp^ 
"Serving God and the 
munity of Blackwater 
1784" 



TABERNACLE METHQOIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Robert H. Gara«r* Miaistar 
9:45 a.m.— Church School 
ll:00a.m — Morning Worship 

VIRGINIA BEACH 
METHODIST CHURCH 

207 - 18th Street 
Rot. Boverlf Folty 
8 :30 a.m, — Wof^p Sen^a* 
Summer Months 
9:45 a-m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Woiwhip Servtea 



THALIA METHODIST 

CHURCH 

Pine Ave. & Va. Bch. Blvd. 

William L. Asber,* Paster 

9 :45 Cm.-^-^unday School 
10:45 a.m. — Worship i 



ST. JOHN'S BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anna Court Hotise 
Rev. Bruce B. 'PerktBS, Pastor 

10:00 a.m- — Sunday School 
11 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6;00p.m.— B.T.U. ' 
7:00 p.m.— Evening Worship 

LONDON BRIDGE 

BAPTIST CHllRCH 

Limdott Vri^y^ viinnia 
G. EdwaHllKws, Vaster 

8 :30 a.m. — Morning Wprshlp 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday Sclmel 
11:00 a.m. — Momii^ Worship 
#:SOp.m. — TrattlUw tbiion 
7:80 p.m. — Eipai^ Worship 

FREEWILL BAfflST 
CHUR^ ^ 

In Princess, VirgiMl Baach' 
1415 OCEANA BOULEVA&D 



FOUNDRY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Va. Bch. Blvd., Lynnhaven 
William H. Acosta. Ministw 

8:4Ea.m. and 11 a.m. — 
services 

9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
6 :30 p.m.— YoaUi FellowslUp 



IPSVILLJB 
PRESB'YTElRIAN CHURCH 

620 Ken<j)|iville Rd, 

.9 :40 ^.M.-^unday School 
11:00 A.M.— Mornmf Worship 
0:00 P.M.— (SacMul Stt^hiy) 
Yoath FallowsUM 



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tfpaUy caused ^dttitt q|4«^«, 
iinor xtekm* riM»Wrstiani, m#> 
poisoiwus In^ct Hm. D^apifHai 
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POST OFFICE LISTS ZIP CODES 



Sun wffl puUiah tht litort 
itrMt tmsm mi isa^ up-te^nte 
W^ oedb iMslMn m the City. 
C^and saw. 

Cank. Mters, and packages will 
be delivered mora ^Hci^Hly dur- 
k« the hoUday seann with ZIP 
ode mmia»s 'mdv4id. 

All Vkfiiiia Beach ZIPs begin 
withSH 

rOn OFFICE BOXE» 
DP Cade S4 

Bffic l<badb«i 1-340-Main' 
Box Sectfcm, 2«0 Aflantic Ave 
58: SOMOII?--Seapines Statkm, 313 
^nd-51; 2061-2000 — Lynnhavai 
Station. 120 S Plaza TV.-52; a»l- 
Sm—Ckseaioi Station, 233 First Co- 
lonial Rd. - S3: 4001-«9»-London- 
bridge Station. 2302 Virginia Beach 
BhNL-S4: SOOl-5999-Bayside Sta- 
tJBB, 2882 Plensure House Rd.-S5; 
Anne 



rincess Anne Statiui. 
PrtBteaa Anne Rd.-«; 7001- 
7S»-Back Bay Nation, N. Stowe 
Bd. ft Princess Anne Rd— 57; 
Lyndiavo) Statkxi— Atiitl<mal 2ip 
Co|ie-«2. 

MDJTARY STATIOI^ 
DP C«de 214 , 

Port ^aiy Station ...„^,,.,,M 

HJiJ&. Oceana Station 60 

Dam Neck Station 61 

gTAR ROUTE 
np Code 234 , 

Ffo. S-BoK 9000^999, Back Bay 

StatkMi 57 

RURAL ROUTES 
HP Cade 234 
MT> No. 1-Box 1001-1999 

PriMXH Ame Station 
!^D No. 2-Box 2001-2S6I 

i^ncess AniK ^ti(»i 
RFD No. 3-Box 3001^999 

Back Bay StiAion 
BTD No. 4-Box 4001-4999 
Back B^ SUtfion 
APARTMENT BUIUMNi 
in* Codem 
Artingtoo Hall .....^.,..< 

Arctic O^esceiA 

^ghonie 

Baecliwood 

BaWto 

Wm Water 

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Doves 

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VtarOaNea ... 
Gardei Loc^ ■ 

Gmtiiurg 

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flolaiidi Court 51 

HiJteBiaM B% 

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Ho^itoad 

Indian Bivtr 

4avds 

Jdtetoo Manor 



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51 

, 61 

51 

51 

.51 

58 

«.. 51 

1m Fmda '....,. 51' 

IJnIdinni 51 

l4rM Bay 55 

llmiia Jefferson ,,...51 

Martha WadiingtoD 58 

Martin's 51 

Iftirdas 91 

Mtffphy's ...51 

NorA Arctic 51 

Oal^^ * 51 

OceaeAmu ...51 

OoNoUke 51 

OcMB Shore 51 

Oceana , 60 

PataM sa 

I^anmi 51 

PenfcroiEe Square 62 

I^teeeM Anoe Mmatx^ 51 

Bay Anne SI 

Bohbins 55 



BMdi 

HOTELS 
ZIP Code 2S4 

Molus Motor Hotel ...... 

Alwmarle Hall 

Atlantic Hotel 

Alwater HoM 

Av&nert Hotel 

Avakm HcHel 

Beadi Plaza Motw Hotel 

Bewiwroft Ifcrtel 

Breakers Motor Hotel 

CjEplina Hotel 51 

Hotel 51 

5L 

Hotel 56 

Ebb Tide Hotel 51 

Greenwood Hotel 58 

Gulf Stream Hotel 51 

Halifax Hotel 58 

Homestead Hotel . . . ; 58 

Ivanhoe Hotel .....58 

ieffefson Hotel :.,l..... 51 

tee Manor Hotel S6 

Madry Mamr Motw* Hotel 51 

Mariner Motor Hotel 51 

Mar^ll Hotel ...„.,.,, ....51 

Martha Washingtm Moti»' H(^l 58 

Sands Hotel 51 

Sea Escape 51 

Sea Isle Hotel .....n 58 

S«i Shore H<M 58 

Seav^w BmA H^ .... ...M 

Sbenmod IMA 51 

Surf Hotel 58 

Ti^ Motor H(^l & Lodge ... 51 

Tourist Haven Hotd' .51 

Vlr^nia Lee Hotd 51 

Waverly Hotel 58 

MOTELS, LODGES k INNS 
ZIP Cade 2H 

Acre of Edei Motel 51 

Americana Mottx* Loc^ 51 

Austin's Court Motd 51 

Bay Air Motel y. S6 

55 
51 



Matron's M^d 
Mait;^ Motd 
Mtttya Ion ... 
Martinique Motel 



51 

51 
58 

51 



Newcastle Motel i... 51 

Ocean Air Motel 51 

Ocwn Cuirt Motel 51 

Ocean Park M(rtel B 

Ocean Ranch Motel 51 

Old Dwninion Motel K 



Old Well Motel ,. . , 

Parker's Beach Moid 

Patterwn Motel 

Plantrtwi Motel 

Pric^NB Anne Cwiirtry dub 
Prince Anne Inn 



52 

Brodoneyer Motor Inn 51 

Buocan^ Motel 51 

Bullocki M<^ k Lodge 58 

Burt(«ia Motd 51 

Capw Motd ...,.«fe 

Carriage Inn Motd ..7;.-;;7.T^ 

Ca^ways Motel '.,.. 51 

Cavalier Yacht & Coui^ Club 51 



Cherry Motd & Cottages 
CdoBial b» Motel 

Colo^ Motd 

Copley Motd 

Coral Sands Motd 
CraipMitd .....^ 

QiMt Motd 

uttwisae Mold 
Dipkanat Mc^l .".TT 
Drihing Sands Motd 

Diflidee bin 

Earl's Motd 



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51 

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51 

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55 
51 
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51 
51 
58 

Princess Ani» *!otel 55 

Priwess Anne Tourist Court 53 
Pur^ Bridge Beach k Mariner 

Motel 57 

Quality Motd 5i 

Reo Motel : 51 

Rocks Motel 53 

*w*w Motel .."..' V...*. S8 

Sandman Motel ^.sSi 

Saxony Motd .trri. 51 

Sea Hawk Motel 58 

Sea Horse Inn sa 

Sea Ranch Motel ,55 

Sea ft Sun Motd -....si 

Seapines Motd ;....SB 

i^nclair Town'e House 5i 

&uitide Motel 51 

Surf & Sand Mttol 51 

Sunset Motel 51 

Sunset Motd 51 

Surrey Lodge 51 

Sykes Lodge .'....i..,.,„,51 

Tarheel Motel 53 

Thunderbird Motor Lodge 51 

Tides Motor U)dge . . ., 51 

Tourist Haven M(^ 51 

Trade Winds .Motd ;.T;.r:r:....58 
Travelers Haven Mold ..:.T.. 55 

Traymore Sea Coi«^ S8 

Tynes Motd ......ii.,. ..:.... 51 

Viking Motel 51 

Virginian Cottage ■» 

Wayside Mctgsl ..'....„, tW« ... 62 
Whispering Winds Motd .s.l. 81 
White Heron Motd ...T,."„, 51 
White Oak Tburi^ Cairt ...,'.. 51 




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Agricultttf cd Agent 

E R. "DICK" COCKRELL, JR. 



am I i#rnnaMMia»p> 

IL L GARiliWiEii 



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SWEET OR BUTTIRMIUC 



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MANAOBMENT HEUP$lJOW INCtMIB FARMERS. TOO 

Low lnc«W f^mitt-s^ve bew^t^ from the Virginia ^Tech mail- 
in accmtoiting syst^ns, as we^ as larger farmej^. N/" 

Twenty kw intane fanners matatained accounts In the syrt«n m 
bM\ mi and 1964 Xiwy had l^s than $2,000 net farm inc<kne and an 
tove^moA ot \<sb timt $38,000, 

Over the past four ^«. 17 of Aese farmers increased i.TCWino ^nd 
only three had less tacome. The largest increase was almost |5,TO0. 
but nine farmers increase earnings n^re timn $2,000. 

In 1961 the average income of the 20 was only $2«. Init by 1964 the 
group had an average mceme of aknost $l,W. 

A k)ok at capital investment figures diow thai, on the average, 
investment went down from $3S,000 ta 1«51 to $19,000 in 1964. The de: 
crease in_ya}Be occurred primarily because of depreciation. These 
farmers were using tiie same equ^ment and buildings without buying 
new items. In most ca.s^; this *as 1 Wise woTOinlc choice. Machinery 
or facilities which will iwt pay for Aemselves should npt be bought. 

One farmer, however, increased Ws investment by $32,000 and his 
income weiit up by almost $5,000. , ^ - , * , 

I believe that improved farm business managwnent can help ttie 
.•gnali farmer m well as the large operator. The results may not be as 
extrope, but the increased itwame and satiirfaction may be juk as re- 
warding. _ < 

Please call on me for hdp if you woidd like te invei^gitte ways 
for ^rtprming your toeome. 



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White Sands Motef 
Williams Motd 

SCIHNML NAMES 
ZIP Cod^ 284 S 
Alantbn Elementary ..^^ 
Aragona Elementary .77. 
Arrowhead Elenwntary , 

B. F. WUHams ^ 

Barclays ..^..... 

Bayside Elementaiy;^^^^. 
Bayside Junior "" * 
W. T. Cooke . . . 
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Bdgwater Motd ......: 51 

ia Camino Ktotd ...55 

Elpese Motel .». 51 

E^^Motd 51 

Essex Vbvae Motd 51 

Faitar Motd 51 

Gay VacatiMier Motel 58 

Golf Raach Motel .51 

Harfran Motd 51 

Hatch Motel 1......51 

Hawkins Motel 62 

Iferrtott Motd 51 

HUKop Motd 51 

HoUday House Motd 58. 

Holiday bin of Norf oUc 



...54 
..57 

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Court House Elementary 

Cox High 

Creeds Elonentaiy .... 

Everett 

Fairmeadowa 

Frfends 

Frere Jacques 

Happy Days ..........51 

Hennitage Elanaitary m 

Hoi»y Bear 51 

John Dey 54 

Kellam High 56 

Kempsvilk Elan«itary ...... 56 

Kempsville Junior Hi^ 56 

Kempsville Meadows Elonen- 

taiy 56 

Kings Grant fetenentary ...:.. 52^ 
Kingston Elementary 

Linkhdm PJM^kv. 

Louis Luxf^tf-^ 55' 



UoUday Sands Motel 51 

Horatio Mt^l 58 : Lynnhaven Elementary .52 

Ikan Cottages 51 [ Malibu Elementary 

Kurds MsM 51 ' 0<^na High 54 

Idkwhyle Inn & Motel 58 Old Donation Elementary . . . . . 55 



Airm«) 2/c Irving Gary IH, ton 
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gaiy Jr. 
of 4f4 Garv Ave., has ait^ed for 
duty at Clar AFB, Philippines. 
Airman Gary is a cwrnnun'cations 
wiring spe^aiUst. .,....- 

Airman 3/c George . Qiappell 
Jr., son >of Mrs. lola E- M. Chap- 
pell of 1117 Milissa ^reet, has 
completed U. S. Air Force basic 
military training at Lackland AFB, 

St Gregory's ^viiv^***^^^.^ . . 62 
St. Mathews ....-.;..... 7.;.;.. 62 

Seaboard ^.t.... 56 

Seatack Elanentary .......... 51 

Shelton Park El«nentar| ....... .55 

Star d the Sea .....,*U«4V... 51 

Sunnybrook Day SZ 

Thalia Elementary 52 

Thoroughgood Elementary 55 

Trantwood 54 

Union Kempsville High 62 

Virginia Beach High 51 

Windsor Woods Elentwntaiy M 

Woodstock Elementary 62 

^^^^.^RAILER COURTS 

—;•-—'- 2IP Code^ 

&m^ Trailer Court 82 

Cardinal Estates 56 

Colony Trailer C<Mirt 51 , 

County View Mobile Court ffi 

Davisville Trailer Court 5t 

Lazy (B) Trailer Cart 67 

Latimer's (Day Dresner) 

Trailer Court ...SB 

Lynnhaven Trailer Court 52 

Moa Ti-ailer Park 55 

Ronda Trailer Park .....,,,.. 55 
Terrell's Trailer Court »,.*,. vi. 54 

Trailer Qty ..,..,... 53 

Trailer Village £...'... 51 

iangle Trailer Court 51 

hitehurst Trailer Court 57 

Woodbury Trailer Court 54 

Woodstock Trailer Court 82 



Tec. ito has beai selected few tech- 
nical trdning as a supply special- 
ist M the ATC sdwol at Amarillo 
AFB. Tex. 

• • • - 
Aimiffl) S/c Raymond C. Lo- 
n»x Jr., grandson of Mr. and Mrs. 
James Hunter of ^l Hollarui 
Road, is beii% i^signed to Hurl- 
burt Field, Fla. dter being grad- 
uated from the technical training 
coiirse for the U, S. Air Force 
warehousing spedalists at Ama- 
riDo AFB, Tex. 



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mi mm* or «iy part (karaef ai 
my bi M»«i7 to nl^ tmm, kitmm 
mi ottie- dmnu, unks ttia Moie has been 
pari prior to Ihe dMe flf aale. 

lb aV iUins lliled below muit be added a 
S% peoaify. ploi talerot Irani Aae 
to date. |Ais 1% advertWiv coat 

ihe ton listed bmli vera^ipM 
November S. MB. V teaai ««<j^^ afte- tbitt 
date ther wiU ^pav in ^Nbt as usp^ 
diM to ttie prtiteg deadto e? . 

Virgkua Beach, Va. 

BOKOUCa GF VntGmiA BEACH 
Ban-. Maggie-Lot U. MA Bft M-^JO. 
ptgpnaa, ArUm 3.. Jr., & H. Lee Weotfyard, 

Jr.— Lot S3, a^ Blk U~130. 
Bergmaa. Arttw J.. Jr.. A H. Lee Woodyard. 

Jr.-tot S, Slil. Sk M~7J0. 
BdardmA: Apartmei^ Orp.— Lot 7, Exc^ 

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Bro^lM, Thanm C. k Edward T. Catoo, in 
-Pt. of «. M^ fflc«-l».ao. 

CMmis. James EdiHo-Lot 21. Sil Bflt $1- 
8.tt. 

Chrlsto. Geerge-M* of 17. M-S Bik 31—178.80 

O^Niy Hdding Corp.-l (80^) Courtney Ter- 
race Sq. 3-881.08. 

Odony Hoidfaig Oor^.-4^ Courtney Ter- 
race Sq. i-»e.l8. ' N 

t^mr, Anrie B. k Hden C. I^rrow— Lot 
as. M-1, BJk 1-1J8. 

Parrar. Anme B. k Eikai C. I^rrow— Lot 
as. M-1, Hk 1-1 JO. 

Furar, Amrie B. k H^i C. ^^arrow— Lot 
rr, M-l. BQc 1-lJO. 

^ffrar. Annie B. k Uelaa C. ^>arrow— Lot 

as. M-l Blk 1-i.ae. 

Farrar, ^uae B. k Hdoi C. iSparrow— Lot 

29, M-l BQc 1-lJO. 

Fri^. James E. ft MiUred M.-aOxSO* of 

11. M-2 Blk ga-tt3.«. 
GM>m, GeiN^ Russdl— Li^ 3, 4| S, |r ^ 

Lakewood BQc 119-6.qp. 
Gimbert. Geocfe Russdl-Lot 7, Lakewood 

9ik 119-l.ao. 
Ha^wni, Jacob ^ Sad^ Kanter Lavaist^n— 

lOAclOO' of »=* 4. M-2 Blk 34-^.20.,^ r: 
Heidey, Ltttle J.. Est-SSxlOO' of Lots 1 ft 3. 

Blk 6&-G0.10. 
Bines, WiUiam Oaytob-Pt Site B, 38th St. 

-8.40. 
Jmoea, 0. S.-U(s 5 ft 7. SLH Blk 47-ieJO. 
JanaeB. 0. S.-lJot aB, M-8-tfk ias^-^.40. . 
Jamdl, 0. S.-Lot 22, M-6 Blk ia»-2.40. 
JameH, 0. S.-Lot 21, M-6 BBt iaB-2.40. 
JameU. 0. S.-i£i 26, M-6 Blk l2»-2.40. 
JameU, 0. S,-ijot 2B, M-6 Wk 120--2.40. 
I Jdm#. 0. S.— Lot 16, U4 Bflc ia»-2.«. 
O. S.-iiOt 32, M-6 «k ia»-2.40. 

I ftf^ i? I 1^ A^ lA M TiA— mini 

17-4TO.«. .^ . . 

Loo^tridge. LsMi Lake (MrB.)-Lot i> (ji> 

lot), BSt 23-rlJO. 
Lyie, J. Lawrence— W, FH>rtion d Lot I7I. 
' Sile i-^aoo. 
Marcum, H. R.-Pt. d 7 («ril«')-«3 
Marcum. H. R.-S0. Pt. of / C. G. Ooiat— 

28.20. 
Maroim, R Ii.-So. {*t d 7 (6 mo. Par.)-^ 

15.60. 
Marshall, AUen D. ft Charbtte S?^Lots 37 ft 

30, SA Blk 16-^.00. 

Moore, Mellie^tose C.-S. SOxOO* of 3, M-2 

Blk 43-83.10. 
Bloose, Glen C.-Lot 7, M-3 Blk 63-196.00. 
Newbill, Willard D.^^ote 8 ft 9, Lakewood 

BDc 121—1.80. 
Osmtmd, Jack J. ft Jeanne— Lots 26 ft 28, 

SLU Blk 33-136.00. 
I^arlw Cop.— Lot 5. VB Holding Blk E— 

14.40. 
Parker Oxep.-hoi 6, VB Holdhig Blk E— 

140. 
Paricer Qap.— Lot 8 thru 12, VB HokJing— 

163.20. 
Parrish, John L.-U>U 14 ft 15, SA Blk 12- 

91.00! , 
Parrish, Joseph D.— Lots 8 ft 9, SA Blk 12— 

21.00. 
Perkins, H. h.-LaU 30, 31. S2. 33. 34, BBc 16 

43.». 
Ffail^ Co., Inc.-S Loto. Ho&y ft 6th-18.00. 
Powi^ Rkbard H., Jr.. et als-W. 10' of 4, 

VBHohibigBIkE-6.00. 
Pritchard. Grace J.-W. 25' of 5.47* of 24 

Blk 9&-a6.80. 
Pritcbaid, Grace J.-W. T of N.S3' of 24, 

IBlk95-4J0. • 

Pritchard. Gruce J.-Lots.as ft 28. M-6 Blk 

96-16140. 
Prouk, Ernest-Lot 19, Lakewood 01k 17- 

7J0. 
Proub, Ernest-Lot ao, Lakewood BQc 17 

-7J0. / 

< Roberts, Rev. DTdliam T. Tr. for George H. 

Roberta-Lot 19, AIOo. BQc 8-6.40. 
SaundoiB. E. R. ft Beniice A.— Pt of 1 ft 3. 

Hurst Slil. Div.-lSlJO. 
Scott. C. F:, Inc.-4iOt 21, Lal»wood BBc 190 

-2.40. 
Soott,'C. F.. Inc-Lot 22, Lakewood Blk 120 

— IJO. 
Seaoaks, 1bc.-PL of 5, M4 BDc 66-2S8.60. 
Shepherd, Lillian J.-Lot 5, Lakewood Blk 

m-lJO. 
Sbeiiieni. Ullian J."4jai 6, Lakewood BDc 

lao-lJO. 
Sheppard. K«b S.-Lot 9. SLH Blk 56-4.90. 
Shidds. L^ (Mr8.)-Lot 12, SLH BOc 5&- 

3.60. 
SfanoBs, Joseph A.-Lot 1, Ltdcaraod 1^ 

119-1.80. • 
SfanoDS, Joseph A.-Lot 2, Lakewood BOe 119 
• 1.80. , 
Ssaam, 3oae^ A.-Lot S. Lakewood BOc 121 

anoes. Joseph A.-Lot 6, Lsicewood Ifflc 121 

—IJO. 
Sroons, ^MWph A.-l£/t 7. Lsicewood BQc 121 

-4JI. 



SoHaea Cerp.-Lote 1 ^ 8, (Xd Pk Pro- 

p«1y-^.40. 
tbHtfont, DBTO>4iots 20 ft 21, AIOo Wk 8 

-ttJO. 
Strouurai l^^ura L, ft sw^pn W.-*-Lot 2^ 

Ml Blk n-3M JO. 
Tka^. C J.-4i9tm M-l He 1-1J6. 
nosii^, C. J.-Lot 21, M-l mk 1-1.90. 
Tmm Lsipla-Lot 11, M4 BUc 37-6.00. 
Va. <^niltoa Land Corp-Lot 5, Ridgeerest 



WeUer. Mi&m J— Lote S ft 6. VB Htdding 



Wbesdoi* Paul L. Jr.. ft Gkiria-Lot 3 ft 

ir fl 4. Mk 88-904.80. 

CQUNIED 
BaU. i:^^ ft C^ute-^arcd (Cyprrai 

Ave.)-«.40. f 
Bell, JubIw M. ft Foosbee F.-Lote 7 ft 8. 

AICO, Blk 11-11.40. 
Bniy. Wutnd ft G«uce— Lot 17, Seacrert 

Pk-^S.OO. 
Ever^e. fkrmm R(4)«ta-S. W id ^ k 

31 Bk 8-6.00. 
Grimst^, George— Lot 20, AIO) Blk 11- 

48.60. 
Ha<dieU, Ru^-^' x 140*. AICO-81.20. 
Hatchdl. Rutb-50' x 140*, AIOO BBc 10- 

-$sm. 

Itotchen. fUk Q.-Lot nr' 8S-H X 181^- 

106.20. ^ 

Hatdiril. Ruth G,,^:3%ccl 80' x i46.5'-16.8d. 
Johns, Milton Edward-Site "B", tttii SL- 

M.4e. 
Johnson, John A-Lot 4, AICO Hk »-5.40. 
Lassiter, AUoe Eva-Lots 26 ft 27, AICO BUc 

»-18.00. ^ 

Ifeore. Edward-L#t8 1 ft 2, AIOO BBc »- 

60.90. 
Moore, {Mm-4jni 2, Pttte Ave.— 6.60. 
Wilson, Willi&-LDts S ft 6, AICO Blk 11- 

21>00, 

BLACKWATER 
&vwn, Jam%— Blackwater, 18 Acres— 43.18. 
Ftemii^, Jffines A.— Blackwaer, 43 acres— 

61.20. 
Ives, Jos^ R.— Blackwater, 10 Acras— 26.18. 
Ives, Tenays(»i A., Jr .-^Blackwater, 13 Acres 

-8.88. ; '''^' -'\'-: s- • ': 
Lyons, Fkirence Ives— Rsfckwat^', 4i Aens 

-48.62. 
Nosay, L. H.— BladcwatM*. 25 Acres-23.46. 
Stewart. R. 0.— Blackwater, 145 Acres more 

.Or inS-~w.9S. 

Swartx, Amos-Blackwater, 70 ACTe&-S4.06. 

W^Difans, John— North Landing Road .00 
Acre— .68. 

Williams, John— North Landii^ Road. JO 

Acre— .68. - 

BAYS^E REGVLAlt* 

Ahman, Beatrice— Bayside (Pettie PMiv 
Colored Ghent Lot 11 Blk 3-3.60. 

Bland, M. D. (Mrs.)— Diamond S{Mrii^ Gar- 
dens. Lots 31. 32, Blk 6-6.86. 

Doughty, L. G— Bayside 1.0 Acres-2.46l 

Faville. Iij.-4lichland, Lot 5 Blk A-2.4|_. 

Grandon, Mary J.— Bayside 5.0 Ac n u h - ft lB. 

Harris. C. M,, ( Mrs. )-^chland Lot 7 Blk 

Ja^C8on,T E-Richland. Lots 23. 25, ttk 

A-4.40. ^ 

Ormcmd Q^iwration— Bayskie 9.04 Mre»- 

16.80. J 
Randall, Jesse R.— Bayside .21 ^cre>-^1.60. 
Richardson, Roberta D.-Littte Credc 14.81 

Acres— 26.00. jor 

Stei^iens, W. M.— DiauHHid Si»-ing8 IM 1— 

2.40. 
Sylve^r, Mary C— Lakeside, 6.0 Acres-5.40. 
TiKxnpscKi, Leroy B.— Bank's Comer, .43 Ao-e 

-1.60. 
Itafton. Alexamier— Dianmd Swings Lote 

106, 106-10.80. 
Wa^, Manuel->^Bay»de, 1 Lot— 2.40. 

BAYSIDE MCA 
l^alUngs, Wesley ft Elizabeth— Baj^hwe, Lots 

8, 9. 12, 13 Blk 2-128.73. 
Thomas, C. G. ft et al-Little Creek &ibd. 

of Pared B ft B-1-7I6.52. 
Cofieki, Lecmard ft Lula— Newscnne F^rm 

.27% Acre-34.02. 
Jaynelise Investment Corp.— Near Kemps- 

vilte, 10 Acres More or Less— 7.98. 
AKJlewhite, Alice H.-Ches. Park Lot 39, Blk 

&-11.34. 
Anmoff, Sarah— C. H. Fentress Plat Bayside, 

Lot. 1, BBc. 7-28.98. 
Aronoff, Sarah— C. H. Fratress Plat Bayside, 

Lots 2, 3, 4. Blk 7-37.38 / 
Batt«-, Charlie J. ft EUzalMi V.— Fair Mea- 

(krws. Lot 102-6.30. ( 
Baum, T. Cecfl, Granville V.. E. M., Jr., A. 

Garland ft Hainan B.— C%es. Park, Lots 

9 10, 20-17.64. 
Baian, T. CecQ d als-<:h«. Paiic fi. Pt. of 

Lot 19, BDc 7-3.36. 
Bay Enterprises, Im:.— Sidton Hace, Lot 1— 

78.^. 
Baf EntaiHises, Inc.-Shelton Pla<», Lot 2— 

72.66. 
Bay EntoiH-iaes, Inc.— Sidton Place Lot S— 

72.66. • 
Board, MsHkm 0.— Euclid Place Pt. d Lots 

22, 23, Blk 67-1.68. 
Callamer, KatheriiK (Mrs.)— Ches. Paiic, 

Lots 20, 21, 22, BBc 5-^.04. 
Camon, Grace W.— IMamond ^»i^ GiuYtens 

Lot 16. Blk 4-6.30. 
Cannm. haa&r-l^aimad ^»ings Gardens, Lot 

15. BBc 4-6.30. 
Colbert, Beatrice-Dianmd ^rbip Gardois 

Lot 16, BDc 6-1.88. 
Oordck. Gdbrge— Newton Cnws Rds. % of 

L. 8-A, J Acre-6.51. 
Coraish, H. E.-Sunny Brook Lots 43, ^ Blk 

40-3.78. 
Council. J. Cliftoii-C3ies. Task Lot 29, BUc 

6-6J0. 
Cushwa, Catherine E.— Euclid Race IM 30, 

BBc 25-2.52. 
Cudiwa, Cattiwoie E.-Euclid Place IxA 29, 

BBc 2S-2J2. 
Davis, Jdm Vemcn, Euclid Place Pt rf Lot 

18 BOc 28-J.S2. 
Dnmsy, BeAert R.-Ches. Park Lcrts Vi, 

M, Hk 1-11.34. 
W^em, Roy W.— Fair Meadows Lot 26-4.30. 
EaDSB, Roy W.-^air Meadows Lot 73-6 JO. 



LotO-«H 
fmtim. C. H.-a«. 1^8% Lot 1. 2. Blk 4 

-4.a 
Fen^ieaB, C. H.-Om l^rk Let 4, fik 4- 

1.68. 
PMe. George W— Eu^ Place Lot 8, 7. Blk 

23-^.62. 
French. C. E.>^iicUd Ptece Lot 24. 39. BUc 

44-4.82. 
Qmowae. AnthcMy-An^aia ^k^Ee Sec^ 7 

Pt. of Parcel B Pt. S-15.12. 
Oonito, R. L-Bayirfwre Lot 14. Uhii 17, Blk 

^-22.88. 
Gonrto. R. L— Bayside. C. H. f^^iMS Plat 

Lot 27 BUc 5~9JH. 
Gomto, R. L.-C. H. Fentress Plat, Bayside 

Lot 28. Blk S-3.78. 
Graves. MatUe P.-Ches. Park Lot a Blk 6 

-11.34. 
Han^rger. Sallie Belle— &inny Bnxric Lots 

25, 26 Elk 49—1.62. 
Harrdl. Emily C.-Ches. Park Lotl, 2, 3, 39. 

40 BUc »-34.QC. 
Hi^, James A.— Berrie Gardens Parcel— 4.62. 
HiU, Walter ft Reva-Eudki Place Lote 9, 

10 BQc 46-11.61. 

Hodnett, WlUiam U.S. W. Comer Sunny 

Brook &ib. Div., 3 Acres-71.40. 

1 Willia m H .. Jr^ M. Vinrinia I m 

-teyside Acres Lot 3^7.04. 
Jackson, Woodn^ C.-Oies. Park Lots 12, 13, 

Blk 3-11.34. 
Jacksm, -Woodrow C.—Qim. Park Lote 29, 

30. BQc. 3-^11.34. 

Jacocks, J. WUbur-Ch^. Park Lot lA, Blk 

3-9.2t 
Jarvis, Jdin O.— Euclid Place Lote 38v 3S 

BUc 58-4.88. f^fe* 

Keliam. Edwin C— Littte Q-edc, i9T Acres- 

5.87. 
Uks, PauUne Loi^ et al»-Lateview Park 

Sec. 2 Lot ^-6.30. 
Lynn. 0. View Blvd. Corp.— Oia. Park L^ 

1, Blk 1(^-6.46. 
Lynn, 0. Vfew Mvd. Cap.— Clw^ F^u*, Lot 

13, 14. BDi 1^12.18. 
S^nherz, Jack k. ft Julia D.— tlwrou^wd 

Sec. 3, Lot 481- 170.IO. ' **»^^ 

McCarthy, Mary rt als-Euclid Place Lots 

IS, 14 BUc 45-4.62. 
McGonlgal. S. L.— Lakeside. Lot 20, BQc 3- 

8.40. 
McNeil, Thwnas— Sunny Brook Lot 1, BOc 35 

-4.a. 

Montg(»nery, Sterling— Euclid Place Lote Si, 

34, BBc 50-4.6p. f - VX :v 

Moore, Christine E.-^Diameod l^rtlgl^' .6 

Acre— 2.52. ' 

Nock, Camril E. ft AiHirey M.— Baylake 

Pines, Sec. 3, Lot 9C— 7.56. 
Norfolk United BuUders, Inc.— E^IU Place 

Lot 11, BBc 6-.42. ^ ^r^ i: 

Nygaard, Halvor 0. ft IDttrothy P.— Aragwja 

ViUage, Sec. 8, Lot 13, BBc 2&-5e.S6. 
O'Cain. James H. ft Julia T.— Ches. Ttorace 

Sec. 2, Lot 21-28.98 
Pair. R. 

-2.52. ;, ' . ■ :,__:_,_ 

Psak (lJ3mu$uk6 Beach, Jac,im0m. F|at 

Lot 3. BBc 4—4.62.. 
Park of Chesapeake Beadi, fiic-Oies. Park 

Lot 4, Blk 4-7.14. 
Park of Chesapeake B^ch, Inc.— Ches. I^k 

Lot 5,, 6. BUc. 4-13.86. 
Park d Chesapeake Beach. Inc.-Oi^'Paric 

Lot 7. Blk 4-6.40. *" 
Park of Chesapeake Beach. Inc.-Ches. Park 

Lot 8, BUc 4-8.¥i. , 
Park of Chesapeake Beach, Inc.-Ch^. Parte 

Lot 34 thru 38, BUc 4-34.(fi. 
Pack: d Chesapeake B&xh, Inc.-Ches. Patk 

Lot 39, BUc 4—1.62. 1 

Paschal, NorviUe Charles ft Beatrice Flood 

Pair Meadows, Lot 65—3.15. 
Peytcm, Z^phia-Lakeside, Lot 11. Blk. 2- 

1.26. 
Roan, F. B. ft Mary M.— Bayskie, L£dce Brad- 
ford Parcel— 96.18. 
Roan. Mary M. ft F. B.-Bayside. 2ak200' 

Parcel— 10.08. 
Bobbins Ccnporatiai— Bayside. 2.t> Acres — 

3.78. 
Renins, Edna Ruth-Shelton Place. Lot 53— 

lffi.36. 
Robbins. George W., Jr.— Baysfcte, .» ACTe 

-81.06. 
Bobbins, George W.. Jr.— Bra<tford Park S. 

10' d 73-.84. 
Rotoins, Gewge W.. Jr.-Shelton Place, 

Pt. d Park ParceI-7.56. 
Robbins, George W., Jr.— Shdton Place, 

Lot 54-71.40. 
Robbins, George W., Jr.-Sheltwi Place, 

Lot 55-71.40. 
RoWjins, GecH-ge W., Jr.— Sheltwi Place. 

Lot 64-60.06. 
RoWsins. George W., Jr.-Shdton Place, 

Lot 65-^.38. 
Robbins, Geargi W., Jr.— Shelton Place, 
, Lot 66-60.06. 
RoWtans, Geoi^ W., Jr.— Bayside, .53 Acre 

-43.26. * • 

Schurman, John ft Brenda— Bayside Pared— 

3.36. 
Sheppard, W. J.— Sunny Brook Lote 29. 30. 

31, Blk 4&-7.14. 

Shultz, BerUia Nan lliomas— Ocean Park Sec. 

B. W. Pt. of 2, BUc 32-.84. 
^umadine, J. H. (Estate )-C3ies. Park Lots 

5, 6, BBc 12-8.40. 
Shumadine. J. H. (Estate^Oies. Park Lote 

36. 37. BQc 12-8.40. ^ 
Smith. George-EucUd Place Pt. of 43. 44 BHc 

29-162. 
Smith. William S. ft Violet Lee-Ches. Ter- 

i^ce Sec. 2, Pleasure House Camp Ix^ 3— 

23.52. 
^uthaU, W..A.-EucUd Place Lot 21. BQc 

26-2J2. * 

^xtxise. Marjwie E.-Pleasure House Road 

Pared— 1.68. 
Steel, AkiDda-fihicQd Place Pt. 3, BQc t- 

2J2. 
Sted, Aldnda-SocUd I%ce Pt 4, BBc 1- 

182. . ' 

SfcralB, iioyd "Hunan— Baysicfe Coip. L- "C' 

Subdiv. 26. % of 25, Pt. of 27-85.68. 
%«ttz Realty Cmp.-Newtowa Cross Roads, 



•.to AifM mm or L8n«a.8t 
Ijrlvan Btadi Q»rp.'-Oc«n Park Ld S, Bflc 

11-S.4& 
S^lvwi B^ch Carp.-Oc«m Park LiH 4, Mc 

11-5,46. 
Sylvan Beadi Corp.— (^m Beach Lot 5, 

BBc 11-S.48. 
S^n Beae^ Corp.— i^lvn Beadi, Lot 6, 

BBc 11-6.46. 
Sylvan BeKb Ccap.— ^Ivan Beadi Lot 7, 

Wk 11-^46. 
Tapo Corpwtitiwi— BayviUe Parte S«;. 1. W. 

Pt. d Pared AS.n. 
Thtmas, C. G., et id— UtUe Credc. Part of 

Lot A-7.88. 
Thomas. C. G. ft et al-Uttle Creek Subd. 

d Pared B. Pared B-1-48.14. 
Townaend. R. E.— EucUd Place Lots 28, M 

B\k~l.m. 
Townsald, R., E. ft E. M. Steton-Euchd 

Place. Lot 12, 13, BQc-4.62. \ 

l^wfflwjd, ate.- EucUd Place, lMs\ 

I, 2. Blk 24-1.68. 
Townsend, R. E. - EuclH Place. Loti 



34, 35, BUc 24-.84. 
Townswid, R E. - Eudid Place, Lots 

38, 37. Blk 24-84. 
Townsend, R. E. — Euclid Place, Lots 

9. 10, BUc ^-4.62. 
Townsend. R. E. - Euclid Place. U^ 



f 
Rood, J. F.'-mOan mm, Lote i, 4. Bflc 8U! 

-2.80, 
Hood. J. F.-tadian River Paik. Lote 46, 47. 

Blk 88-H-3J0. . 
Hudson, Wilby H.-&Kilan Mver Pwk. Lote 

13 to m, BUc 87-G-8.00. 
Jacobs, John-<treat Brk^ Rd., 1.0 Acre— 

l.fio. 
Jmes, S^ieady— bdian Rhror Parte, Lote W!, 

39, 41. 43. BUc 88-H-4.40. 
Kdlam, T. H., I^.— Gum Swamp. 10.7S 

>Us«s-l0.«. 
Kmaet, M. Barrow— Pecan Gardens. Lot 20 

thru 26, Blk 22-3J0. 
Kiff. Imna Smithsm— North Landing Rd.. 34 

Acres— ^.40. 
iBke J^ce Realty Ck)rp.— Beechwood, 35 

Acres— 68.80. 
Lairtbert. W. C.-Ferry Pt. Rd. Parcel— 1«). 
La»i^. Alexander— Holland, 3.5 Acres— 3.60. 
Lartte*. Alocander— Holland Terrace, Pt of 

Ld 17, BUc 1 ft 4.33 Acres n»re or less 

-50.40. 
Lindsay. William D. ft Avas H.— Norfolk 

Mghlands, Sec. F. Part of lot m, 42. 44, 

4&, 47, all 48, Blk «^~5.20. 
Meekins. Wilfred, et ux— Great Bridge Rd., 

Parcel 4.08 Acres— 2.40. 
Miller, James E., Judith & Kattie— Holland 

9.0 Acres— 15.20. 



.13. 14. BUc 41-4.61 
IVjwnsend, R. E. - Euclid Place, Lots 

10, 11. Blk 51-.84. 
Townsend, R. E. - Euclid Place, Lots 

24, 25, Blk 55-.84. 

Townsend. R. E. — Euclid Place. Lots 

26, 27 BUc S5-Ji 
Townsend, R. E. *- &iclid Place, Lots 

37, BUc Sfr-.42. 
Townsend, R. E. & R. D. Heaney— Suiffly 

Brook Lot 3 & 4, Blk 47-l.ffl. 
Townsend, R. E.— &inny Brook Lote' 5, 6, 

Blk 47—1.68. 
Vegetables Packers, Inc.— Little Creek, 100' 

X 200" Acre— »4.50. 
Versace, CaUierine— llioroughgood Sec. 1. Lot 

lS-12.18. 
Ward, W. C, Jr. ft Rachel-Wamond ^i^ 
^liOt 102-25.20. --*=^ -"»-*- ' 
Ward, W. C. Jr., ft Rachel— Diamond SjM-ings 

Lot 103—2.52. 
Water Systems, Inc.— Bi^side, .25, Acres 

more Or less— 162.54 ^ * 

KEMPSVILLE REGULAR 
FentreM, Robsrt S. ft Daphna D.— N.'^ip/ 

ing Rd., .54 Acre-21.e0. 
Allen, W. E.-Richlahds, Lot M, Blk A-I.66. 
American Construction Corp. (of N. Y.)— 

Gum Swamp, 16.36 Acres— 23.20. ' 
Ashby, Jessie & EUa May-Ferry Pt Rd.. 

.25 Acre-1.60. 
Beacon Hddlng Corporation-Ckm Swamp, 

t.1 AcrM-3.2iK : _/:*r ^n ziiiii 

Blick, Blanche Simpson— Pecan Gardens Lrts 

3 thru 5, Blk 16-.80. 
BUck, Blanche Ski)pB(m— Pecan Gmilens Lot 

j 1, BUc 22-.80. , J . 

tSipe Henry Sand ft Os^^^Kft^ WK^ 

Rd., 14.6 Acres--a6.00. 
Cape H^ Sand &, Cratf. Co.— Greit 

Bridge Road, 87, Acres ntjore w 1«8— 112.40. 
Ope Henry Sand & Const. Co.— Levd Gre«i 

Estates Sec. 1. Lot 2-6.00. 
Cape Henry Sand ft Const. Co.— Levd Greai 
^ Estates Sec. l. Lot 3—6.00. 
Cape Henry Sand ft Const Co.— Levd Gre«i 

E^tes Sec. l. Lot 4-6.00. 
Cape Henry Sand & Const Co.— Levd Green 

Estates, Sec. 1, Lo« 5-6.00. 
Cape Henry Sand ft Const. Co.— Levd (Hwn 

E^tes. Sec. 1. hot 6-6.00. 
Cape Henry Sand & Const. Co.— Levd (keen 

Estates, Sec. 1. Lot 7-6.00. 
Cape Henry Sand ft Const Co.— Levd Gre«i 

Eatirtes. Sec. 1. Lot 8-6.00. 
Cape Henry Sand 4 Const. Co.— Levd Green 

Estates, Sec. l, Lot 9-6.00. 
Cape Henry Sand & Const. Co.— Levd Green 

Estates, Sec. 1, Lot 10-6.00. 
Conwham, J. E.— Indian River Park. Lote 

24. 26, Blk 8»-H-2.40. 
D)rnoham, R. D— Indian Rivar Park Lds 

23, 25, 27, Blk 89-H-3.60. 
Cwother. W. T.— Indian River Park. Lote 

17. 19, 21, 23, 25. Blk 88-H-6.00. 
Corothar, W. T.-Indian River Park Lots 

14. 6, 8. 10. BUc Sd'H— 6.00. 
Corother, W. T.— Indian River Park Blk 89-H, 

Lots 30, 32, 34, 36. 38. 40. 42. 44. 46. 48- 

10.80. • 
Cupit. Eraest^Va. Beadi Mvd. ft 3rd St.. 

50 X 125' Acre— 140. 
Coleman. George C— Indian River, im Acres 

-186.00. ^ 

Dickey. W. K.-Indian River Road, Lot 27. 

Blk 88-H-1.60. 
Dodey. Minnie— Richland. Lot 5. Blk. B- 

,140. 
Fair. R. W.-Indian River Park, Lote 37. 39, 

41, 43, 45, 47, BUc 87-H-6.80. 
PaiTdl Farms. Inc.-<lreat Brklge, 14A, IR, 

J&P— K.20. 
FarreU Farms. Inc.— Great Bridge Rd.. 1.50 

Acres— 3.3». 
FerreU Farms. Inc.-Great BrWge Rd.. 32.1 

Acres— 129.60. 
Ferrdl Farms. Inc.— F«Ty Point Rd.. 48 

Acres— 119.60. 
Fardl Farms. Inc.— Ferry Point Rd.. 70.804 

Acres— 128.40. 
Fisher, Jdin S.— Indian River Park. Lot 19. 

Blk 8&4i— 1.60. 
Fister. John S.— Indian Riwr Park, BUc 89;H 

Lote 31, 33. 35. 37, 9S, 41, 43. 45. 47— 10 40. 
Forbes, R. B.— Richland. Lot 27 Blk A-2.40. 
Fdust H. Dw^t ft Genevfe— Indian Rivo- 

Park. Lote 39, 41, 43, 45. 47, BUc 65^1-7.20. 
Goodland Ckirporation — Kempsvilk 150.4 

Acres— 382.40. 
Grandy, M. G.-Norfolk Highlands, Lote 1.3, 

5, 7, 9. Blk 4-F-6.00. 

Ha^ J. A.— Indian River Park, Lote 29, 31, 

3^33. 35. BBc 65<}-6.00. 
Bart. J. X.— Indian River Park, Lote 7. 9, 

11, 13, 15, BUc 88-H-6.00. 
Hart. J. A.— Indian River Park, Lote 1 4, 

6, 8. 10, Blk 89^H-«.00. 

Hoodj J. F.— Indian River Park, Lot 1, Blk 
88-H-.80. 



HIuSbD. E— Great BrHge^d.. sTAcres- 



Diddto. Lda M.-^ftMraent, Lote m i^tt. 

Wk 19-7.14 ' 
East Ntrtdk i|h% Ca>p. Itaiimort. Iiote 

10 ftru 19.. Ml U^.H. 
EUzd}eth Riva> Stmm Rddb^ (^.-Uut 

beth Riva^a««, Lot 88-ll.SI. , 
Elizd)^ Rivo- 9xn-M Holding Cwp.-^QAnh 

b^ River ShM«s. N. Pt of 8S-7.M. 
F^tell Farms, feic.-ChD^ Brid^ Rod^ 8 

Aca-j». 3 Ro^. 33 Pdi»-ttM. 
G. ft K. OmM. Carp, ft tantta Coi^p.-Lake- 

ville Estatra. Sec. 1, Lot 23-f.S«. 
6. ft K. Const. Corp. ft Pamita Corp.-Uto- 

viUe EsUrte. Sec. 1 Lot 58-7.88. 
G. ft K. Conrt. Corp. ft Ptoitta Corp.-Lak»- 

vllle Estates, Sec. 2, Lot 80-7.56. 
G. ft K. Const. Corp. ft Pamita Corp.-^jiw- 

viUe Estates. Sec. 2. Lot B7— 7.38. 
Henry, George J. ft Frsmces Davis-4)eal 

No. 2. Nr. Jackswidale. Lot 22. 23. BBi 22 

—^.88. 
Herbert, Mai7 L.— Ferry Point Rd.. B Acres 

Parcel— 13.(H. 
Hisson, Charles F.-Ea^ Norfolk. Lot 8. BDc 

11-2.52. 
Hisson. Charles F.-East Norfe^Ut W. BBc 

12-2.52. ^ 
Joynes, L. M.-Ferry Point Rd., hd B., .88 
Acre— 94.50^ .„ ,.- , ., „-, ^ 



Moore, James E., G. C. Rl^ ft P. W. Aektis 
Holla«i. 6.8 Acres— 10.40. 

Nash, Charles R. ft Adrienne P.— Oaklette 

5.75 Acres— 13.20. "J 

Nixon, A. J.— Kempsville, Lrts 1, 2— 10.80. 
Nottingham. Sterling— Col. Gbait Wilsw Pet- 
tie Plat, Lot 1, Blk 2-6.00. m^^m^- 
Peterkin, Alcora Ausby k George— Firry 

Point Rd., Part of lot 4, 1,6 Acre-3.20. * 
Randolph, G. B— Indian River Park. Lots 

36, M, 40, «. 44, Blk 42-F-6.00. 
Saxman, A. C— Indian River Park, Lrts ffl, 

40. Blk 64-G— 2.«. ' 
Smith. Annie M., et als— Jacksondale, Urt 

14, Blk 10-35.60. 
Stewart. E. F.— CouDti> Haven, See.^a. t(^ 

23-2.20. '" '• "> 
Stockley, Ida E.-Gt. Bridge Rd.. 31 Acres 

— 56.«). 
S^mmerlin. William J. ft Irma May— Elbow 

Pared A. 1.5 Acres-80.80. 
Thompson, Jessie W.. et ux— Imlian River 

Rd.. Lot A, Pared— 1.80. 
TroUinger, Josephine C— Pecan Gardens^ Ig^ 

39, 40, it Wk 22-2.lfe:S^^*^ :^^' 
Waddy, John A.— Indian Riva>,Mlfc Lote 

1 4, BUc 88-H-1.60. 
Wa^y. John A.— Indian River Pai^, Lots 

I. 3. Blk 89-H-2.40. ^ 

Waddy, John A.-Indian Rivtf Park. Uds 6, 
^ 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. 30. 18, 34. 36, 38, 40, 

42, 44, 46. 48. Blk 88-H-19.60. 
Waddy, John A.— Indian River rtrtt. Let 24, 

26, 28, m, 32, 34, 36, 38, «). 45. BUc 90-^H- 
' -Wji^-y-^- '- - ."^ ;. _ ' ; 

"■" '" '" KlMreVILLE MpA '""' '''"^"' " 
Hewitt. James H. ft Patricia T.— East River 
. Pt of Lot 7. 100 X S-5J8. 
E. ft H. Devel(^ent Corp.- Ballylinn Shores 

Lot 15-92.61. 
G. ft K. Cwist Ctorp. ft Pamita djTp.-^^ke- 

ville Estates. Sec. 2. Lot 58-46.14. 
G. ft K. Const. C^. ft F^mite Corp.— L^fte- 

viUe Estates, Sec. 2. Lot 60-43.06. 
G. ft K. Const Corp. ft Pamita C^ap.— Lake- 

ville Estates, Sec. 2. Lot 104-6.08. 
KempsviUe Mead^M^, Inc.— Larkspu*. Bk. 

4, KempsvUle Meadows, Lot 42-38.01. 
Lively. Alton Lee, d ux— Tlialia Gardais. 

No. 1. Lot 10 ^27.72. 

Pratt, Walter Lee-.Atfred McQwug' Tr«rt, 

1.36 Acres-32.13. 
AHen .Louise J.-E. Norfolk. Lot K, Blk 26- 

3.x. 
Allen. Louise J.-E. Norfolk, Lot 24. BBc % 

-3.36. 
AragOTia, John d als— Midway. Lots 9, 10. 

II, 12, Blk 7-2.52. 

Avabn HiUs, Inc.— Avalwj HIUs. Pared A— 

1.68. 
Avalon Hills, Inc.— Avalon HiUs Lot 12—4.62. 
Avalon HiUs. Inc.— Avalon HiUs. Lot 82—4.82. 
Avalon Hills. Inc.-^valon HiUs. Lot M- 

4.62. , 
Avalon HiUs. Inc.— Avalon HUls, Lot 92- 

4.62. 
Baker, WUlian T. ft Doris W.— Byler Haven 

Sea 3, N. % of Lot 3-1.68. 
Baker, WiUiam T. ft DoWs W.— Byler Havai 

1089' X 50-1.68. . ^ 

Bedler, D. S. ft Mary M.— NewtoWn .Cross 

Roads, 1 Acre, more or less— 1.68. 1 

Bell. A. M.— Iwyan River Park. Lots 7, 9. 11. 

13. BUc 90-H— 4.62. 
BosweU, Charles S.— Indian River Park. Lote 

5. 7, 9, 11, 13. BUc ©-H-8.30. 

Bourne. Russell A. ft Annie Bemice— Bon-' 

ney's Owner. .5 Acre— 115.08. /^ 

Brad^aw, L. L.— Rosemont. Lot 8f Blk 13 

—162. 
Branchia. H.-Jacksondale, Lot 1, BUc l]ft- 

2.52. 
Bright, W. R.-Jacka)ndale. hds 2. 3, BUc 6 

4.ffi. '■ '1 

Bronk, Harold R., Sr.— Thalia Sh(»es, Pt. d 

Lote 43, 44—181.44. 
CDC Realty, Inc.— KempsviUe Colony. Sec. 

1, Lot 18-6.30. 
CDC Realty. Inc.— Koi^svUle Colony. Sec. 

1. Lot 27—3.15. 

CD C Realty. Inc.— KanpsviUe ColMiy, Sec. 

1 Lot 7-6.30. 
CDC Realty. Inc.— KonpsvUle Colony, Sec. 

2, Lot 9-6.30. 

CDC Realty, Inc.— KanpsviUe Colony. Sec. 

2. Lot 11-6.30. 
CDC Realty, Inc.— KwxipsviUe Colony, Sec. 

2, Lot 13-6.30. 
Cardanne Homes, Inc.— CarotoMi» Faiiiis; 

Sec. 3. Parcel A— 9.24. 
Cass, J. T.— Indian River Park. Blk 9MI, 

Lot 29. 31, 33, 35, 37. 39, 41 to 44—11.34. 
Colinsky Lmase L. Jr., ft Ir^e E.— Bdlim^ 

Manor Parcel— 3.78. \ 
Orarwford. John S^E. Kdfolk. Lot 12. Blk 

7-2.52. 
Criddle, Lda M.— Rosemcnt. Lot 98, BBc E 



i~j 



ft Lois E.-KaapMflb 



Kaufman, Benonie— Indian River. IM IM, 14, 

16; 18, a), Blk 85-H-6.30. 1 

Kempsville Meadows, Inc.— Nr. Landing Rd.. 

Parcel— 117.18. 
Kempsville Meadows, Inc.— Lark^Hir, Sec. 

4. Lot 12-7.56. <** 
Kempsville Meadows, iMe.->4arkspur. Sm. 4, 

Lot 30-7.56. .* 

Kempsville Mef^ws, Inc.— Larkspur. Sec. 4, 

Lot 37-7.56. 
Knob Hill Corp.-Knob Hill, Parcrf 1.— 1.68. 
Knd) HiU Cap.-Knob HUl, Parcel C.-.81 
Knob Hill Corp.-ltnob Hill Pared •*D"-.84. 
Knob HiU Corp.-Knob HUl, Parcel "E" ft 

"F"-l.e8. 
Land, liUie M.— R(»mKHit. Lot 8. ^ 13— 

2.58. 
Laurent. C. W.. St-Midway, Lote 29, 30, 

Blk 20-1.88. 
Moreman. C. G.— Itos^no^ Lc^ 21, Hh. 9 

-2.52. 
NetherlaBd. WiUiam H. ft Mikhed L. - 

North Landing Rd., 120 x 1088-3.78. 
North End, Inc. - BaUyUnn SherM, Lot M 

-1«.90. 
Overfdt. Walter M. ft Lizzie A.-ltidia. J 

Acres, more or lew^.Si. 
PabiMr, Eugoie et ux-& W. D^. I^. L L(^ 

16. 17. BUc 18-4.62. 
Palmer. EugHia f , A Evetyn R*-C, • W. 

Deal. No. 1. Lot 18 tfmi 21, BBc 18-47.64. 
Palmita Corp.-LakeviUe Estate, Sec. 1, Lot 
. «?-105.84. 
Schwartz, Louie Alvbi ft Marie Qramtr— 

East River, 100 x m' of ^ 14'-<43.47. 
ThompsMi, Jesse W. ft Siii^ Whtte— If. 

Landing Rd.. 1.5 Acrefri«}.44. 
Twine, John B., Jr., ft Katie D.^-dt 

Rd.. Parcel-l.ffl. 
Wlatkins, E. A— i^ i# mtws^, LObtW to 

m, BUc I4-.84. * '. V 

Weaver, Joa^ D. 

Parcel-2.S2. 
Weavo-, JosqA D., Jr., ft Lois &.-jte|»pt- 

viUe, 8.7 Acr^— 128.10. 
White. Lee E.-Subd. of Lee E. WUte Pre- 

perty. Lot 1-7,86. 
White, Lee E.-^ubdr-rf Lee E. WWte Pro- 
perty, Lot 2-*7.56. 
White, Lee E.-^fiubd. of Lee E, WWte Pi©- 

pety. Lot ^7J8. 
White, Lee E.-&ibd. ef Lee E: iMte Pfo- 

p&ty, Lot 4— 7.K. 
WUte, Lee E.-Subd. of Lee E. VMdte Ptq- 

perty, Lot &-7J6. 
WUfion, L. v.. ft EUa May-E. fforfofli, m 

38, ^Uc 12-2.52. 

WUson. L. v., ft EUa May-E. Norfolk. Lot 

39, BUc 12-2.^. 

WUscm, Mary L. H.— Ferry Pt. Rd., Lot D, 

1.65 Acres— 1.89. 

LYNNHAVEN REGULAR 
Hedben, CaroUne V., Est.— Lynnhaven, 17 

Acres— 142.38. 
Bailey, Jdm. et ux— Lynnhavai, Doyle Plat 

Lot 20-3l.3i. 
Bright J .P.-Lynnhaven. 16 Acr«9-35.64. 
C:ake, NdUe May-iymAaven, 9.0 Act«»— 

60.48. ' 

Cape Henry Granite ft BnA Ck»p.-€i^ 

Henry, .75 Acrfr-a24. 
Coop^. LUUe M.— Lond(»i Brklge. 10 ^UaM 

-61.84. 
Denton, E. L.— Lynnhaven River. t*arcd S. 

3.7 Acres— 6.11 
Enax. Otto R. ft LiUie C.-London BrUge, 

.75 Acre— 82.44. 
Fala Corp.— Rosanont, Parcels— 19.96. 
Forsman. B. C— LwKkm Bridge. Pt. of i:tmA 

A Parcel— 1.44. 
Griggs. Walter— Lirdc. Park. 2.0 Acres-]9.8i, 
Grovdand. Park. Inc.— Londwi ftrk^ 9.0 

Acres— 15.12. 
Hedben. CaroUne V., Est — lyniAavei, 17 

Acres— ffl.08. 
HublMU-d, Luther Thomas, Jr., ft Scotti« S.— 

Lynnhaven, E. E. Brooker, Lcrts 7 ft 8. 

BUc 9—42.84. 
HuW>a«I, Scottie S.— Lynnhawn, E. E. 

Brooker Plat, tote 7 & 8, Blk 8—3.96. 
Ingram, R. Pabner— London Brk^e, ft 

Acrra— 93.96. K .. ^ 

Jones. M. N.— Little Neck. 1.0 .Ao»-116. 
Julian. Ida— Lynnhavai. 1 ljst-4.U. 
Nudiaton. Maidie G.— Ocean Front Gardes, 

Lot t Blk 31—2.16 
Ocean Park ^dicate-Oape Bittay, I tncA 
—194.40. 

Pace. Inc.-Uttle Neck. .3 ft Parcel--10.80. 
Palter, Jiseph— New Roserocmt Lot 7. BBc. 

13-116. 
PiffceU, Steptei— Near Vfrgima ieadi. hd 

i, Blk 10-19.44.' 
Reid, Ridiard U-nLynnhav^ I^ 1, Mk 

10-1.91. 
Rexl. Ridiard L.— Lyndiai^n. Loli I, S, tt 

10-88.10. 
Snydtf, Warrra P.— Lyn^ve^ 9.0 A cr ti h 

sji ; 



) 



/" 



fln^^y, Novwubw" 11, IfSS 




IMm. Mm &<«i«HftMn. Ltii 1. 1, Bft 




I iiot-aji. 
Loii4i.<. 

-cu. 

UrMOUVCtf MCA 

WHt, G t WBB JS art Noif^, Let 1, ^ Itt 



No. 1, Lot IS. M, ^ »- 




C«l IL. ^-m MariM L-Gratt 

Neck MpB Sitate. Lot «-fiL98. 
AMn twill Cu^-M«^ Aane Plan. 

Im. 4 Ut n, B0( 3-lM.M. 
AicUi, MJV., Richard B. Kdlan k WA- 

«te C-antiwm, .U Acro-^.TS. 
AeUM. Pud W., k Richard B. KeQpo * Ed- 

ivte e-Chattun, 9 Aow-um 
Aleen.^1 M.-HocanQiit, Lot 6, Blk 7-3J8. 
Akm. M. IL-rRMecnoiit. Lot 7, Bft 7-<SJt. 
M|M Meidty ONTp.-^i^oaa Aores, Lot 1»- 



^Jl. 



Lit H^ 

imm. 

Ok, Harrian B Mtaigr Miimr. LM a. ■ 

-IISJI. 
Ceii. IWHtl K. 4 BMsict &.-«. AlMlaa 

Lot 11»-1«JS. 
Qrmkri, Join S.-^ait Norfolk. Lot U. Bik 

7-1.90. 
OHthraU. i. IvaiMiwibiid. Lot ». Blk i 



AtpM tHky Gor^-^^ngoia Acret. Fw^ 



An Corporatioo-nMwood Gardens, Trian- 



Aroeae. PMquale V., Jr., k Jean C.-4ay 
Orinr Dwr'l, Sac. S. Lot 11. Btt C-f7il. 

AnaM. C. IL-RMenioiit. Lot 1 to l» Bk C 
-4M. 

mmm% PMch J.-aoocmoot. Lot 27. Blk 



Aikeir. C3arence Q. Ik deorgfe H.-->ARi|>in 

n. a«4 at., JB Aere-SJB. 
Aikw. Jaaa ft GOori*-Va. Baach Ama S. 

dMt 1. 1, ttk s-ltt. 
tmmc Wmt9 OerMtoMaeat, Lot S. Bk 

1-.%. 

Ba^ Corp.-t^oaeaKBt, Lot 8. Blk 

Itaally Corp. nai«d«t, Lot 11, Bk 

AtfiHtlo lialfy Oirp, MBiwaniil. Lot O, »k 

U-M. 
AOMtia RMify Cofp. Wanninnt.PaA, Lot 

IS, Mk 1-.7I. 
kikm Badty Coiy. Ttaawwirt f^ Lot 

fttsi^^Btar OBMbMctlflB Ooip. Pin f^raa 

Maaer. l^arcai A-«.^ 
Mt^ Vhilar Caa rt w i e t l— Ooip.— Ptaa l^w 

Haaor. Pvcal B-iJl 
Wtf BiiniialaM. IK.-Londoo Brk^ Dt- 

Maa oo B wmi vwpaBHna-^xanaB, zjd 
A crea a .^ 

Uo t ii^ CocpaiatiaB-Chaian, Si) 




Blvd., M Aen 

-M7J4. 
Oaaiali, laila Ma#-BhNL Hd^Ms. SO x U' 

-30.7S. 
Davia. m^ E.-V«. Baacb Aaaea. Lot S. 

B& 1-4JB. 
Davie, ttigh £.-V«. Baadi Anaai, Lot i 

Blk 1-2J8. 
Eaalan ftaiAy Devrinpiant Corp. — Eaatam 

Park. Sec. 2. UwiimUiM Lat-^.TS. 
Everett UiUtiai-0|ill Om, tac-4litt«. 

Sec. I, Let 7-UI. 
Everett UtiliUe$ Cooat Co.. Tnr MaflNi, 

Sec. 8. Paroel A-4.38. 
Fala Corpi-Jacboadide. Lota 1 thra 4, ^ 

4-13.68. 
Fala Corp.^ackaoodale. Lota 8 thru U, ^ 

4-16.7S. 

Fala Corp.^lackaoiidale. Lot A F^u*ce]-4.84. 
Fa l a C o rp. - J a eka on date. iiot-a Pareel-tJ8. 
Fala Cerp.-JackMed^ Let C ParceMJl 
Farrar, J. J. k Martha CatheriDe-Seataek, 

144 Acre-ttJO. 

Ferrall, T. S.-OceaBa, Lot 9, 10, Bb Uv* 
48.17. ' 

FerMl, T. S.-Oceana. Lot 11. Blk 11-48.80. 
Fcar^ liffilton G. k Thomai S., Jr.-OceaDa 

GMMt Plat. Let I. 2-138.98. ,._^:,^„„..,^.^„ 
Ferrdl IfUbn G. k Thomas S., ^;~em», 

Bapbt e( 8 4 8, Lot 12, 13, 14, Blk 5-7.9B. 
Fdtaar. W. L.-Chautauqua, Lot 1. Blk 11 

-8J8. 
Rollmer. W. L,--GhautMaiu«. Lot 2. Blk 11 



Fdhner, W. L.-Chautauqua, Lot 3, Blk 11 

-4.28. 
FdUmer, W. L.-<3iairtaiiqiia, Lot 4. Blk U 



'.88. *. 

JblAig Corp^-duitbain. Lot IS lo 

IT-OJl 
Maai, ABb Mae-Lfiin. Pari^ Sac. F. Let 

18^-l7Ji 
Jant, nad W. * Butk 1I.-4m4m Md^ 

(9U K m. Parcel Na. 1-^^. 
mm, imm A. 4 ifoy SUtiAa^-Deii^ 

Park. Lo^ ls-<38.48. 
m^ *m haknm 4 Mmy WOoM^ 

Do^flia INfk. JLot 2S~Ui. 
Mt, Jitit Mdaraia 4 Itary Bki^etii- 

Sw^ Pwk. Lot 28. Bik88-Ur 
9mm, % & 4 W. B. tlAiMllotf Saare 
^M 118 fli 1^«ct D. J Msn^wm. 

tt, 20. Uk 17-A-«e.8i 
agiap.aB nnan Unatw i it . Lot i. 8--1H. 
Ci»a Stoiy By Hie Sea. lac^C^ mary By 

ite Sea. Nft. 1. Leu IM. Ut. Uk-MM. 
Cape atary By Tlie Sea, toc.-<3ife Story By 

1^ Sea, Ifo. 1, Lot MB-^41. 
£apa «aiy i^ Hie Sea, IaG.-<^ Stoiy Bf 

ilia Saa. No. 1. Lot MB thru ^1-3848. 
Q^pe Jtogr 1^ Ihe fiaa. iacMiSipa Stob By 

tbe Sea, No. 1, Lot 2SI. 240-tf J8. 
C^ Aary % Ike Saa. k(.-<Giqw Stoiy By 

#» Sea. No. 1. iM m. MS-ttJD. 
CipB Story By Tlie Sea, toc.-Cve Stary By 

^ Saa. Na. (. Let 288. 281. m 291. 2tt 
— 37J1 

C^ Sloi7 % ae Sal. AiG.*.€^ Story By 
Dm Sea. No. 1. Lot SB8. 284. S^-nM. 

Cap Stary % Aa Sea. fac-Cape Stary By 
tte Sea. No. 2. Lirt 218-7.88, 

(kmmtfSf lim Sm. bfc-Capa story By 
%e S«. Ifo. 2. Lot S4S, 3tt. 184. »»-30.40. 

C^ Story B^ nm^m i^-Cape Stety By 

CtewB. .Wia-Capa Sloty fi^ Hw Saa. No. 
I. Lot ]».744 

C^. <terge «.-ya. Beach Anim, Lot «, 
9$ 8-4 J8. 

<^^ autW^^-floiWiMiit. Lat 8. Mk #-. 

(^gm* BMfledga-RaamoBt, Lot », Bk J- 
tM. 

C«i«a RealtV Corp.-Gmt jfec* Estates, 

% I. Loi 1, Bft JI..IJ8. 
<^n«» !te% Ooip,-.Cliaet Neck Eatates. 

»^ 1. Let 2. Ms C-A38. 
C^ Percy J.. Et Aia-Uttea WtMm, 

am my I., m kk-4mi»a Satitea. 



Folbner, W. L.-dhautauqua By Hie Sea, 

Lot 4, Blk 21-8J6. 
Foltaner, W. L.-aiautawiua. Lot S. 8, Blk 

21-48.32. 
Fonma*, W. L.-Gbral«Mpia. Lot 11. li^ pi 

21-48.32. 
FoJkner, W. L— diautau^pia. Lota 2. 3, 5, 6, 
JS, H 17. Bk 15-47.80. ^^^ .^=,,;,^ 
Fdskett>l#tki J. L.-Oeeana, OOf of 1, 1ft 

7-4.0t • 
FaftBC. Mary Elizab^h— Roseiawit, Lot 21, 

n, Bk B^-il8. 
Fry, Eleanor M.-Rosenont. Lot IS. 16, Btk 

A-4.18. - 

BiUer^ lBaa(H-Eaat NoifeOc. Let 3. Bb MS 

-1J2. 
Filler. O. &, et da-Baaemont. Let "^ to 30 

Blk J-MA ' , . 

J\itrdl k Grahao), Iac.-JUMan«it Park. L^ 

24, Blk 5-%M. 
F\itiaU k Grahaai. lae,-4TnBllHmir fcKlR 
• sk s-iM, '' '"^:;^ isS S ^^^ ^^5 
Gaireit. H. L-R o a em a i^ , lei U, Ok B- 

2J8. 
OOMy. S. Moward-Va. Beach Annex. Lot 

S, 6. Blk l-mM. 
GilaoQ. Babert £. 4 Butii-Great Nedt £a- 

Utea. Sac. 1. Parcd-8.42. .,^ 

Gtiaon. Robert E. 4 Ruth-^reat Neck Es- 
tates. Sec. I. Part of Parcel "B"-1.52. 
GiOB. Harvegr W.-Woodlaad. Lots 22. 23, 24. 

Blk >-f7.3«. 
dan. Lafr-Cliattam, 78 Fee(-lS.98. 
Green, Sallie-Rudee, 10 Aaiea-17.10. 
CkJBBa8ead, John T.-Va. Beach Annex No. 2. 

Lot U. 17, U. 19, Blk 10^.36. 
Qriauiaad. Mehrin J. 4 Arthur K Myera- 

Morgan Teraoe, Lot 7. BUc 3-3.42. 
GitaiAaad. Mahnn J. 4 Arthur R. Myers- 

Moi^an Terrace, Lot 9, Blk 3—3.42. 
Haadnsao Oev. Guy., et aM^np Grant, 

Lot 252, Sec. 3-88.90. 
Hale. J. Edward-E. Norfolk. Lot 39. Blk 

186-3.28. 
Haitlay, -Babert H.-«aBanoat. Lot 7. 8, 

Blk K-4,18. ^ 
Hartley, T. C.-Ocoo«a Park. N. 100* of Site 

8, .46 Acre— 33.82. 
Hatdi. Gwrge Fte^idc k Allaw L.— Lynn- 
haven Shorea, UA 9. Blk 3-133.38. 
Hatfidd, £. &^4Eaat Norfolk, Lot 37. Blk 

a6-.76. 
Hatfakl, mHua f. 4 Sheda H.-£road Bay 

Cobny, Lot 59-3.04. 
Hi^ia.^ Charfes J. 4 Jean B.-WQtf Saare. 

9 Acres, wan w leap > 6 4 .98. 
Haynes, Uicille-OceaBa. Lot 1 to 6-S0.78. 
Heberiin, Blanche L.—Roseiiuiot. Lot 3B. Blk 



G«s«e l^e-^i^i^ aeadi An- 

MMmik-^m, 

...*-. ^ ** ^••-Owtai^ue, I Wk 

Cm—f^ nmay £«r^ of Land; Mk fr- 

r^m^ % A.-ttsemort, Let u. B, «k J- 

^Mm,' Ioc.-Wdflm« MMti#iii 

*ai B-Max^ Haaor, m #- 



Huff. W. C-Eait Norfolk. Lots 1, 2. Blk 

•-4.1S. 
Huff, W. C.-Sast NorMc Lota IMl. Blk 

»-M.4i 
Hi^es. E. E.— Roseniont. Lot 28, Blk 0- 

2M. 
Innes, Norman FKuikUn— IfiUtqi Manor, Lot 

11. Blk lf-.76J8. 
JackacMi, J. T. 4 Co.-^^ast Norfolk, Lois 14- 

34 4 27-S7, Blk S6-40.40. 
Jay%, J. Q.-^Ro8eniont, Lots 13, 14, IS, Blk 

B-9.48. 
Joddns. John D. 4 Lawrence JC. fieaver- 

Vtoodbad, Lot 8. Blk U-2.88. 
Joanestnet. Anthcny F., et ux-4.yniteven. 

•Q % tlS'-^46. 
laum^eet. Hikia lll.-i^wiaym, 86 x 150' 

Jerw^, Aim L.— Va. B^^ Anrax, Uit 13. 

m 1-428. . 
9(Amsm C«)struction Co., Inc-^eaciwood. 

Ut 2, Jlc 2-4J8. 
J^fOB. G. L.— Long Credc Bay Island, 
\ lauBBiibcied lot Baat «( aaltie KeJIain- 

4J4. 
lobaaan. 6. L,-Va. aeach Annoc No. l. Lot 

»,fia[9-4JB. 
I^aaa. Mi^ C. D.-Va. Beaxt Aumk. Lot 

1, BHe fr-4J8. 
JehoBoa, Mai^ C. O^Va. Smii Asam, Lot 



t. 3, Bft I-41I. 
Jordan. A. Oae44 Naoby P^-OMaapilaa Cial- 

mif. Sec. ^ Let 188—4348. 
R. 4 Y. Corp.-UaUcr. Site 8-ttJ4 
Kalbn. Bdvla C-Uiiioni fhaiiB, SHa m, 

L8 iU3«a-13.11. 

KMaa« A. K*— <BoiaHaaBi, Lac w, iih B"-4Jt 
&toe. A. E.-itoaaii«it. Let 21, mJ-^M 
Wm, A. 8.-«nawwwt. Lata. Wk H^im 
Lw^m, EUzi^ G.-£aat mdA, Lot 

20.Blk7-4JS. 
Laut^m, Snizabeth G.-£aat Ntrfdk. Lot 

H,ak%-4M. 
Leonard, nxxnas G-ICa^ Norf<A. Lota 21 

thru 24, ttk 9-4.18. 
Ulky, E. W. 4 Fannie B.-nJacka»da]e, U/^ 

1, 2. BHc 1-4.18. 
Uffienfdd, E. J.-U^. B«y, 37 Acrea-tSJ*. 
LynQ. T. J.-Va. Beach Aomk, Lot 1, 2, 8k 

5-4.18. 
I^ne. T. J.-Vir^aia Beadi Annex lio. 1. 

Lot 13, 14. Hk S-^.18. 
Lyne, T. J.— Vii^nia Beach Aimex. No. 1. 

Lot 27, 28, Bk 5-4.18. 
Lyne, T. J.— Virginia Beach Aaaiex No. 1, 

Lot 38, 40, Bk 5-4.18. 
MacCubbins, George G., Jr.— Va. BMdi An- 
nex, Lot 3, 4, Bk 3-4.18. 
MacCdbbina Mamie E.— Va. Beac^ Annex. Lot 

1, Bk 3-128. 

Acres-26J2. 
Marina Acrw Corp.-Cape l^uy Ify The ^ 

No. 2, Site A-10.26. 
^Marina *AcreB Oorp.— Lyradtawoi, 40 Acrea- 

136.80. 
Marrow, William D. 4 Myrtice W.— Al&xu^er 

Place. liOt 1. 1.0 Acres— 46.36. 
Martin, Ralei^ et ux-Cape Baay, Sec, G., 
. lilt 13. Bk 13-2JQ. .j,^,»a.,~«--»«.-^,- 
Mattox, WUlard E. 4 Marjorie fl.-«iiep 

iAuaot E. Pt. of Lot 7, Bk H-4.18. 
McCloud, Jesse J.— Cn»tan Beadi. Lot 12, 

Bk 32-3.41 
McCubbin, George B.— Va. Bmch Amex, Li^ 

2, Bk 8-2J8. f 
McKinky, C. W. et ux 4 FYecterick C. Al- 

bau^ ^ ux— i^uAnn Park Subd. oi Pared 

A, Sec. 3, Parcel 'V" C-2-8.42. 
IfeLaaa, Geoife T.. et ids-Owl's Cre^, 

27 Acres-80.18. 
McLean, George T., et als-Owl's CTedc. 

20 Acrw-41.80. 
McLean^ Geoi^ T„ et als— Owl's Cre^. 

27 Acres— 34.20. 
McLean, Geerge T., et ^s— Eastern Shmre, 89 

Acres— 109.06. 

ffyxSee. R. W.— Rosemoa^, Lots 8, 9. 18-4.46. 
Milknan, Lillian-Cape Story By Hk Sea, No. 

1, Lots 8, 9-15.20. 
Mitchell, R. B.— Groveland Park, Lot 3 to 8, 

42, 34, Bk 63-5.^ 
Morton, Calvin W. & Gertrude P.— East Nor- 

fok, Lots 7 thru 10. Bk 9-8.36. 
Morton, Calvin W. 4 Gertrude P.— East Nor- 

lok. Lots Z7, 28, Bk 9-4.18. 
Nido. Carolina, MaUiu, Sec, 1, Lot 288-104.12, 
Ocean Fronts Realty Corp.— Ch£KitaiK|ua by 

the Sea, Lot 8, Bk 37-10.26. 
Oceana Hdding Guporatidn— Oceana, 1.0 Acre 

-66.50. .^ ,_. ..^ 

Opimee Pe^ 

'M, 915' on Bch. Hvd.-2.28: 
O^eDy, B. C. 4 Vli^la Dare-Oceana Ste 

No. 1, .35 Acre-13.88. 
Pappas, (Lee & Elde S.-^ittle Neck, Parcel 

A-13.68. 
Park, Kenneth W., 4 Marjorie C— Csqpe Story 

1^ Hie Sea, No. 1, Lot 133-7.80. 
Parte, K^meth W., 4 Marjorie C— Cape Story 

By Hie Sea, No. 1, Lot 134-7.60. 
Parker Corporati(»-0. L. I. Corp., Bk F, 

Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 4 N., 10' of 7-12.S4. 
Parker, Le^— Moi^an Terrace, Lot 7, Bk 

4-87.88. 
Perry, J. P.— Ooema, Lot 33—6.70. 
Perry, H. P.— Oceana, Lot 34-5.70. 
Perry. J. M.-Rosemont, Lots 28, 24, Bk B 

-128. 
Persinger, D. W.— Roeemait, Lots 13, 14, 15, 

83, M, 36, Bk D-12.54. 
Po^inger, D. W.-ltoaezBMit, Lot 37, Ok F 

-128. 
Pinner, A. S.-East Norfok, Lot 3, Bk 1Q»- 

1.52. 
Pollard, T. P.-East Norfok, Lots 18 4 19, 

Bk 73-3.84. 
Princess Anne Devdopment Corp.— Va. Beach 

Annex 2, Lot 5 to 8, Bk 1—41.80. 
Projections— Princess Anite Plaza, Sec. 6, Lot 

6, Blk 7A-3.42. 
Purcell. Ste|)hen-i.yim. Beadi, 8.0 Aoes- 

23.94. • 

Rkhardson. Lou»— Rtttcmont, hoi K, Blk X 

-2.28. 
Rober^n, John Thomas 4 Mi^iell K.— 

Oceana Gdns. Subdiv., d 48, Lot 36v44.70. 
Rflba-Mn, Jota# Hiomaa 4 Madbell K.— 

Oceana Gdns. Sdxliv. of 48, Lot 37—4.18. 
Roosevelt Shores, Inc.-<Malibu, Sec. 5, Lot 

460-4.18. 
Ross, IlManas S. et als. "^ etc-iihik. Bay, 

3.46 Acre&-4.94. 
Ross, Diomas S.. Jr., 4 Barbara A.-i-Great 

Neck. Wok Snare Plantation, Sec. 1, Lot 82 

-4.82. 
Rudolph, W. B.— Va. Beach Annex No. 1, Lot 

15, Bk 2-2.28. 
Rikkili^, W. B.— Va. Beach Annex, Lot JB, 

Bk 2-2.28. 
Schwalm. J. A.-Laskin Blvd. 54 x 208'-ia8. 
Sc(rtt Const. Co., Inc.— Great Neck Estates, 

Sec. 5, Lot 87-4.18. 
Sessions, Lois M. 4 Lois M., Jr.— Cavalier 

Park, Lot S2-174.42. 
SessicMis. Lois M., 4 Lois M., Jr.— Cavali^ 

Park, 45' of 33-10.26. 
SiqifMird, ^v^er G. 4 Ainida R.-LanA) 

mm Lots 7. 8-8.36. 
Simmons, Ella E.-E. Norfok, Lot 26, Bk 

•6-1.S2. 
SqaMh, Elizabeth A.-€spe Henry, Sec. G, Lot 

9, Bk 12-7.60. 
imitliivick. Louis J. 4 iSOen M.-Va. Beach 

Annex, Lot 17, Blk 2^1.M. 
Smitfawick, Louis J. 4 Elteo M.-Va. Beach 

Annex, Lot 18. Blk 2-1.14. 
Smitbwiek, lau^ J. 4 Elkn M.— Va. Beacai 

Annex, Lot Vd, Bk 2--1.14. 
Saoitkvw^, Louis J. 4 EUas If^Va. Beach 

Annex, Lot 20, EQi 2-^ L14. 



Stapklon, Jai^a E.— Va. BmA Ama.. Lot 

SImI, Mm B., ID 4 Fknoce-^iM Story 

% lie Saa. Na. S. Let 4U-^.«. 
I, 0. W.-RoaenMot. Lot 10, Bk £-!». 
WiUam A.-AmmoBt.4.oto 28 to al, 

Vk R-11S4. 
•nank. MaMiaa H^V«. Batch ima, IM 

a.U.Bft»^18. 
9tmk, Hadalne U.-Va. Beadi AaOflx, Lot 

8, 6, 7, Bk 9-4.46. 
%«, Geoip/ W.-l.^iahaveD Rivw— Leag 

'0mk, 5.0BI Acfea-448. 
%ar, Geor;^ W.-L^aa. Li^ Greek, 1 Ui- 

ao. Lot-3.04. 
TaflK^ Mauiice E. 4 Lfiiiae C.^JQmim 

Beach, Lot 11, Bk 20-S.m 
Twflttt, George Thnraaii Va. Baach Aaaaa. 

iLot 25, 26, ^ 7-4.18. 
TioiU, W. H-RoMsiQat, Let 17 to 22. ffik 

G-10.36. 
T^Tin' W. l{.-RQiemQDt, Lat 1 to S, Bk B 

-10.26. 

Tidewater Security Col^.-<:%Mit«iqua hy Urn 
Sea, Lot 7, Bk 41-10.36. 

I^ear, Do}4e T. 4 Marioa M.-LynBhavn 

Cokmy, Sec. 2, Lot 86-8.48. 
l^nstead, E. ,M.-4^ee, Lot 1—21^2. 
Itautead, E. M.-Rudee, Lot %-dkSL 
IMutead, E. M-ltudpf, Lot 3-a8J8. 

M-^-fiudee, Lot- 
Unstead, E. M.-^lbidee^ Lot 5-20.92. 
UR^ead, E. M.-4tadee, Lot O-^SA. 
ItaMtead, E. M.-Awfee. Lot 7-».Sl/ 
Umstead, E. M.— Ru(ke, Lot 8-^.9. 
Uhastead, E. M.-Aadee, Ixi »-aO.Sl 
Umstead, E. M.-^Ibidee. IxA 1»-20.91 
Unistead, E. M.-^Rudee. Lot 11—28.58. 
Umstead, E. M.— Rudee, Lot 12-20.91 
Unstead, E. M.-^Rudee, Lot 13-10J8. 
Unwtead, E. M.-'Rodee, Lot 14-10.2 1; ~ 
IMutead, E. M.-Rudee, Lot »-10.l6. 
Umstead, E. M.-(Rudee, Lot 16—10.26. 
Van Buren, Estelte-Cast Norlok, Lote 23, 24, 

Blk 20-4.18. 
Van ftiren, Estdto-EaA Norf<dk. Lots 21 

thru 28, Blk 2(^-8.36. 
Vasile, Robert-Oceana Gardens, Plot 36. 4.747 

Acres— 22.80. 
Vw^itti, Joshua P., lU 4 Muriel G.-Vir- 

i^ia Beacfti HoMing, Lots 1. 1 3, Blk G- 

287.28. 
Wakott, Harry ^ als— ChMitm^^ by the 

Sea, Lot 15. Bk 28-30.78. 
Washington, E. B.— Va. Seadi Mam. Let 6, 

Sk 26-4.70. 
West, George-East Norfolk, Lot 31, Bk 114 

—1.88. 
West, Richmond-East Norfok. 1^ 31. Bk 

I14-l.ffl. __.. :t*- ; 

West, Richmond-iEast Norfok, Lot 33, Bk 

113-1.52. 
Weyer, Jennie E. Extrx. of Clfva L. W^er- 

Va. Beadi Annex, Lot 1, Bk 1—2.^8. 
Weyer, Jernie E. Extrx. d Clsaa L. Weyer— 

Va. Beacb Annex, No. l. Lot 8, Blk 6-128. 
Weyer, Jamie E. Extrx. d Clara L. W^wr— 

Va. Beadi Annex No. 1, Lot 11, BUc 7- 

2.28. 
W^, Jojnie E. Extrx. of Cl»a L. WeyeP- 

Virgiua <^ach Annex,. No. 1, Lot 15, SBk 1 

Wqrer, Jennie E; 1**. of CI«f ITI^^^^ 

Virgmia Beadi Annex, No. 1 Lot 5, Blk 8- 

2.28. 
Weyer, Jeuiie E. Extrx. of Clara L. Weyer— 

Va. Beadi Annex, Lot 14 & 15, Bk 8-4.18. 
Weyer, Jennie E. Extrx, of Clara L. Weyer—' 

Virginia Beach Annex, No. 1, Lot 23, Bk 

8-4.18. 
Whitaker, C. C. 4 Pauline— WoKsnare, Parcel 

30 X 200'-.76. 
\^ite, Join E.-Cfaautauqua by the Sea, Lot 

8, Bk 41-10.26. 
WMtdiead, Malie Bailey-London Bri^e- 

Owens Plat. Lot 4-66.74. 
Winkel, C. M.-Itosemont, Lot 13, Bk M— 

2.28. 
Wiikel, C. M.-Bosemont, Lot 15. Bk M— 

2.28. 
Wood, W. R.— Va. Beadi Annex, Lot 19, 20, 

Blk 12-4.18. 
Woodtwuse, Daniel & Beatrwe-Olive Heights, 

Annex 1, Site 36-4.18. 
Woodbouae, J. F. 4 C. W. Harrelt-Va. Beach 

Annex, Lot 29, Bk 9-2.28. 
WoodhMffie, M. Earl— Chatham, 2.0 Acres- 

15.20. 
Wri|^, Saaauel J.— Terrapin Hill. 1 iiot— 

10.64. 
Youi^, Bma B.-E. Norfolk, Lot 1, 2, 3-2.28. 
Young, U. G.-East Norfok, Lots 31, 32 4 

33, Bk 84-4.18. 
Young, U. G.-'East Norfok, Lots 35 4 36. Bk 

84-3.04. _^ 

NORTH VIRGINIA BEACH 
Coke, Dudley Dub. 4 Darnel H. Payne-Prin- 
cess Anne Hills, Site 9—137.37. 
Holland, Rdiert Lee & Patricia R.— Princes 

Anne Hill Park, Sec. B, Lot 5-92.72. 
Bell, Matilda A.-Cape Henry, Sec. E, Lot 6. 

Bk 8-10.52. ^ 
Bergman, ChaiJes W.-C^ Henry. Sec. E. 

Lot 20, Bk 18-15.98. 
Brockenbroiigh, Minnie B.-Cape Henry, Sec.* 

E, Lot 5, mk 7 20.52. 

Edwards.*^ Roland Darvell— C^ Houy, Sec. 

D, Ut 12, Bk 8-86. !2. 
Johnson, Le<»ude Harriss— G. L. Bonney. Plat 

Lot 8-82.08. 
Miller, Watt^ E. 4 Madiline H.-Cape Henry 

Sec. E, Lot 5, Bk 1-20.52. 
Miller. Walter E. 4 Madiline H.-Cape Henry 

Sec. E, Lot 6, Bk 1-25.65. 

BUR. OF PROCESS ANNE 
*See ead of Princess Anne Mos. 
Adler, L M.-Ocean Hei^te, Lot 7, Bk 2- 

1.28. 
Adler, L M.-Ocean Height?, Lot 18, Blk 2- 

1.28. 
Adter, L M.-4)oean Hd^^ Lot 25, 26. Bk 

2-1,98. J 

Atlanta: BeacA Coip.-SandtMrk^ Bjpacb. 

Tract C, Lot 23. Sec. 1-5.78. 1 

Beacon HoIdli% Coipor^oQ-^idlttid. 1J6 

Acres— 1.92. 
Be^xm Hokilng GupcrMkn-iBowei Ehwr 

2.5 Acre&-13.12. 
Brkkhawe, JaVMs J^wud 4 Pi^tie D. -^ 

Dozier'6 Brki^, 23.^ Acres-26.S6. 
C9pps,aiydP$d 4 B«iiQak^Nisano, % hmm 




-MJ4. 

L 4 Betty B 
JIAcra-14M6. 
QDpliy. Braeat Lae. A-.. 4 mm V 
brk^e Beach. Lot 17. Bk 3-3.4D. 
Qmlaaara, Uaanad-Wiat Nedt l^iw. 4a 

Do#>, B*wuti E. km^f^-^amn c. Hri- 

sey, latS-Ul 
FDrcmaa, N. B^ Eatato Daaa Nadt. U A^n 

-4* , ""* 

Fiidwr. Sarah M.— Oceu Terraea, Loto S, 

f, »-4J8. 
Greenwood, M. J. 4 RAW. LotanMlalBBa 

fUiMi. I^lal. 1ft U, 12. ^ %^m. 
Gr^g, C&Mlto-MQunt Sea VWagi, lac S, 

Lot a-18B. 

QregK. Ch aito MeMt JEkn WDap. Sac. % 

Lot »-«.04. 
Han^, Rnoeit Bay^-flh^'s Bridge. .48 

lAa«— .84. 
MBagton. J. E., St.^m. Laackig Boad. 81« 

i^rea-83J8. 
WAs, Lae lller-6idam, 1.8 Aere-Ul 
^Bsmey, Ntaman T. 4 ElUabe4li G. gand- 

hddge Beadi, Let 17, Hk 1-^.84. 
Ives, Stoude L.-Coivt House, 1.^ Acre»-4J6. 
Jdmatia, Edwwd K., Jr.. 4 Vlrgiwln Panoa 

"T-5.7B. 
Kaiifman, L. TM)cmb Hei#ita. Lata H, «, 

27, 28, Bk 1-3.58. 
Kdam. T. H.-Couit fieaie. 1j8 A4?e>-1.9S. 
Land, H. R-Candtown, 86.84 Aerw-77.44. 
Lee, Mary H.— I&kay IB^d^t, 1.5 Acraa— 

2.86; , > 

Lotus Gardoi wwm, iK.— Lolas Gutloi nam 

Lot24-5.?B. «,.,^. 
^tacoD, Ed^ S.-ti9vitrs ItaA. 46 Acraa 

-5.4i 
Macon, Bi^ar B.-«udee, 8.8 kat^-^MtL 
No^e, b'vtag 4 Shiil^ MoMUaolai-SaBd- 

bri^ Beach, Tract C, Lot 84, Sec. l— S.16. 
Nelson, Finn U.-mtA Nedc, M Acr»-1 J8. 
Nusb«an. Mosee dr.— Oc«na nei^to. Loto li 

to »-«k 1-3.S1 
OU, Geoi^e T., Est — Dam Neck Beadi, 1.0 

Acre»-4.J6. . 

Pauley, KMie R. 4 Maemna G.-£aatorD 

Shore (D). 1.5 Acre*-1«.96. 
Powdl, Hikia W.-Ooean Ifeights, Lot 11, 18, 

Bk 2-1.92. 
Powen. Hikk W.-Ocean Hei^ita. Lota 21, 2ft 

Bk 2-1.92. , , .-. 

Pruett, Martha Frances-Nimmo, 7.5 Acraa— 

8.61 
Roberts, William W., Jr. et ux— Coorthmae 

Acres, Part d Lot 19-1.92. * 

Simnons, Joseph et als— West Nedc, M 

Acres— 4.16. 
&nith, Henry-North Laodeg Rd., 1 Acre— 

1.92. 
Sn^th, J.'%., Ar.^^lBp^ Landiag Rsoii, 15 

Acres— 16.32. * ^ 

Strawhand, U|^V.-;We9t Neck,^g tefft^ 

69.12. -"-- 

Sarawhand, Leo R.— West Nedt, 2.0 Actcs— 



^TJrarti R. T^M^JSaaSm, SJS'AcnM, Pared 



Bk. ^l0t^ 

Oatf/A Ml 

■k. ll.Utt. 






8ae. n. tot 1, fli ii-4« 



aie. M. M s* Vk vk-mik 

<tiap< 9P BaUw-MMMi timt Ptna.^ 
Sac. H. Ut ft Mk W-IIB. 

CIm|icI,HB TkiilKl frfticM Aane rtin. 

Bk. ii. Lot ft fl| 0-4JIl 
C^apai 115 w pai ia l^iucM i Anne Pisa. 

Sec. U. Lot 7, Mc »-8.88. 
Ctepd HIS Bafldar^ -PUinjMa Anni Fhaa. 

Sac. U, Lot ft Bk 18-^08. 
CiMpel HBB BoBifcn— PitoOHB Anne Pfaiia, 

See. 11. l«t ft tt S-181, 
Cha|Ml fltt Biftlfffa PrincMB Asoa Plaza, 

Sac U Lot », Bk ]»-3.0ft 
Ouyri ai Bwiilm PiiaiMi 4Ha Phoa. 

See; a Lot U. Bk |S-4«. 
Ckipd HB ftMara-MoMi ^aa Plau^ 

Sec. 11, Lot Ift Bk »-8.8ft 
Chapai iKI Buihi«r»-Prac«aa Anne PliH^ 

Sec. 11, Lot U. Ik li-168. 
Cbapd mt BuUen-Praneai Aaae V^am, 

Sac 0. Let M. Bit lfc> 4tl. 



^mA,lLT.. J^-^idee, ^.47 Acres-m.84. 
West, J. E.-iEa^m Shwe, 50 Acr»-«7.20.' 
White, J. Jesse, Emily V. Eaton. Hettie L. 

Land 4 E. R. Dyer-Seashfe Neck, 3.187 

Acres— .64. 
Whitehurst, F. M., Est.-Nortt Laadbig Road, 

20 Acres— 17.28. 
Whitehurst, F. M., Est-North Landng Road, 

98 Acres-84.88. 
Whitehurst, F. M.. Est,-N^ro Swmip, 6.0 

Acres— 6.40. 
Whitohiffst, F. M., Eat.-Negro Swamp. 18 

AcrM— 19.84. • 

Wklgeon, Vin^nia M.-Gokny Acrea. Lot Mk 

-72.00. 
Wilson, George A.-Seaakle Neck. 4ft86 Acres 

—68.80. 
Wii^t» Albert 4 MaM-Mouirt Son Village. 

Sec. 1, Lot 16-1.21 
^i^, Aliert 4 Mabel. Mount Zk» Village. 

Sec. 1, Lot 18-1.28. 

• BUR, eP PRINCESS ANNE iICA - 
Abalene Realty Corp.- Princess A«ie Ptea, 

Sec. 8, Lot 16, Bk 11-6.11 
Chapd US BiaMers— Pstnoess Amie Haza, 

Sec. 10, Lot 17, Bk 2-3.06. 
Oiapd HJQ Biddo^— Princess Ama Plaza. 

dec. 10, Ut 8. Bk 4-3.86. 
Oiapel Hill Bidders— Ihrinoess Jrae Pk^, 

Sec. 10, Lot 9, Bk 4-3.06. 
Chapel Hjl Bwhlav-PnacesB Anae Plaza. 

Sec. 11. Lot 15. Bk 10-3.06. 
diapd Hfll Biulders— Princess Anm Pkia. 

Sec. 11, Lot 21. Bk 10-3.96. 
C^apd HHl BiMlder^-PrinoKS Ame Plaza. 

Sec. 10, Lot 18, Bk 2-3.06. 
Qiapd IM Buikler»— Process Ama Plaza. 

Sec. \\, Lot 1, Blk 13-3.06. 
Cbapd IDS BuiMers— ^fincess Amie Pla»i. 

Sec. U, Lot 2, Bk 1^.06. - 
dia^ Wl Bidilders-PrlQoesB Am* Flaa. 

Sec. 11, Lot 3. Bk 1^-3.06. 
OHKid ilffl AA}ers-4>ri2ioesi Anne Pl^a. 

See. n. Lot 4, Bk 13-3.86. 
Oiapd Hffl Bidders-PnncesB htm f%». 

Sec. 11. Lot 5, Bk 13-3.06. 
C3¥ipd HIS Bidders— Princess Ams Pkaa. 

Sec. 11, Lot 6, Mk 13-3.08. 
duq;>d Hill Biddn-s-Prinoess NAiffie Plaza, 
• Bee. 11, Lot 7, fflt 13-3.06. 
ChE^ UiB IMda-s— Princess Ame Plaza. 

Sec. 11, Let ft Bk 13-3.86. 
C^iapd IM BuMra-s— PrinoKs Anne Pkoa, 

Sec. n, Lot ft Uc 13-3.06. 
(Siapd WL Biddei^— Prnicess Anae liaza, 

See. 11. Lot »,«k 13-3.06. 
Cbapd HM &d(te«-4*rino»B kern ^aza, 

Sk. 11. Lot 11, M( 13-186. 
Cbapd HiH Biddep— Princess Anna Plaaa, 

Sec. ai, Lot 1. Blk 14-3.61 
Ch£^ HiB Bufldo-s— Princess AiuK Pina, 

Sec. 11. Let 1 Mk 14-S.Ol 
Chapd Hi^l Bidders— Primes ksm JHasa, 

Sec. 11. Let 3. Bk 14-3.06. 
Chapd Hffl BuMers-I^inoess Aane Plaza, 

Sm;. a, Xot 4, m M^«6. .. 
Ompd Hffl Bidders— Primxai ham ^aaa. 

Sec. 11, Lot 5, Bk 14^-3M. 
Ch^'Hffl Bufldas-^^riDcefi Aane Hua. 




Cbapal Ha BufMerv-PnnceaB Aana Flwi, 

See. u. Let 1ft Bk l»-10ft 
Oiapd im BaQdara-Fiirtacaai Anaa Placa. 

Sec 11. Lot 18, Bk Ik-^m. 
Chapd Hii Buflders— I^teoeas Anne F^. 

Sac. 11, Lot 17, mi 15-8.01 
Chapd VSSL BuiUers-Prswes Anae Plaza. 
, Sec. 11, Lot U, Bk \&^m. 

Oiapd HHl Buiklers-rPriaoiai Awe PiMft 
' . Sec. 11, Lot 19, Bk lS-101 
C3wpd Iffl Buidera-PrfDoasB Anne napa. 

Sec. 11, Lot 20. Bk 18-3.01 
Cbapd HIB Baiden-PrlaoMi Am» Pfaa, 

Sec. 11, Lot 21. Bk 1&-8.01 
Cbapd Hffl Bulden-PriDoeai Ame £3»a. 

Sec. 11, Lot 22, Bk 15-3.08. 
C3iapd H2I Buldera-4^tioafi5 Acme Flazft 

Sec. U, Lot 23, ^ lS-101 
Cbapd IBM Btdderv-PHnoois'AiMK Haza. 

Sec. U. Lot 2, Hk 16-3.08. 
Chapd HU Buikia>s-Priiioess Aane Baaft 

Sec. n. Lot 3. Bk 16-3.08. , 
Chapd HiH Build»a-PriQcess Ame Plaxa, 

Sec. 11, Lot 5, Bk 16-3.06. 
Cbapd HiU Buikiecs-nPrinoess Ame Plaaa. 

Sec. 11, Lot ft Bk »-3.01 
C3ii^ IfiU TTiiilfkrm rninnfiii8 ftwi 

Sec. Jl, Lot », tth ^-3.06. 
Chapd' Ifil Buflders-Prboess Ame Haia. 

Sec. 11, Lot 11, Bk 16-3.06. 
Oiapd IM Buikiers-Priace^ Ame HaHc* 

Sec. 11, Lot 20, Bk 16-l.Oftf ' 

Chapd KiU BuiUers— Princeas Anne HffiM.' 

Sec. U, Lot 25, Bk 16-3.01 
Cbapd IfiQ ftaldets— Priooen Ame Flaaa, 

Sec. 11, Lot 12. » 17-3.81 ^^ 
Oiapd Hifl Buflde-s— f^riocee^Tuiae 

Sec. 11, Lot 14^ Bk 17-3.01 . 

"Chapd Hffl BuQders-Princess Anne Pf^^^ 

Sec. 11, Lot 21 Bk 17-3.06. 
Chapd HiH ftiUders-Praioew 

Sec. 11, Lot 3ft Hk 17-^.86. 
C3}apd HiH Builders— Princess Anae Plaaa, 

Sec. 12, Lot 13, ak 13-3.01 
Cbapd HiU Builders— Princess Ame Plaza, 

Sec. 12, Lot 14, Blk 13-3.06. 
Chapd HiH BuUders— Princess Ame Plnft 

Sec. n. Lot 15, Mk 13-3.06. 
CSiapd Hill Builders— Princess Ame PI^», 

Sec. 12, Lot 16. Bk 13-3.06. 
Chapd HiU BinMers-Princess Anne Plaza, 

Sec. 12, Lot 17, Bk 13-3.06. 
dnpd Hffl MMklers— Princess Ame Plaza, 

Sec. 12, Lot 18, Bk »-3.d6. 
Chapd IBU Biddo-s— Pitx^ss Ame I^lazft 

Sec. 12, £k)t 18, Mk 13-3.06. 
Chapd HiH Builders— Princess Anne Fla^ 

Sec. 12. Lot 20, Bk 13-3.06. 
Chapd HiH Buiklers— Princess Anne I^aza. 

Sec. 12, Lot 21, Hk 13-3.06. 
Chapd HiU Buihlers— Princess Ame Plaza. 

Sec. U, Lot 22. Bk 13-3.86. 
Chapd HiU Bialders— Princess Anne Plaza, 

Sec. 12, Lot 23, Blk 13^.88! 
Chsipd HiH Builders— Princess Anne H^asa. 

Sec. 12, Lot 24, Bk 13-3.06. 
Chapd HiU Builders— PrliKess Anne Plaza/ 

Sec. 12, L<^ 25, Bk 13-3.06. 
Chapel HiU Bmlders— Princess- Anne Plaza, 

Sec. 12, Lot 26, Bk 1^-8.06. 
Chapel HiU Btulderi^Princ^s Anne Plaza, 

Sec. 12, Lot 27. Hk IS-3.06. 
Chapel HiU Bmlda-s— Princess Anne Plsoa. 

Sec. 12; Lot 1, Bk 18-3.06. 
Chapd HiH BuUders-Pmicess Ame Haza, 

Sec. 12, Lot e: Bk 18-3.08. 
Chapel HiH BuiUers-Prinoeas Anne Piatt, 

Sec. 12, Lot 27, Bk liM.06. 
Ghi^l MH Builders-Prim^e Ame Hazal 

Sec. 12, Lot 31. Bk 18-3.06. 
Chapd HiH BuQders-Piwoaaa Ame Haxa. 

Sec. 12, Lot 32, ^ 18-3.06. 
CXiapd HiU Bai]der&-Pdaoeei Aane Piaaa. 

Sec. 12, Lots. Bk 19-^86. 
Chapd HiH Builders-Princeaa taob Plaia. 

Sec. 12, Lot 7. Bk 19-3.06. 
Chapd fliU Builders-4»»iceBs Aaiie Plaaft 

Sec. 12, Lot 8, Bk 19-3.06: 
CSttpd HiH Builder&-^>riw:es JUine Matt. 

5ec. 12, Lot 9, Bk 19^.96. 
Chapd HiU Buildera-Pnai^as Aope Plaza. 

Sec. 12. Lot 20, Bk 19-3.06. 
Chapd HiU Buiklers-Pitocess Anne i^na, 

Sec. 12. Lot 1, Blk 20-3.06. 
Otapd HiH BiuUers-Prilie^s Ame Plaza.- 

Sec. m. Lot 2. Bk S0-3.QB. 
Chapd HUl Bidlders-Princess A«e PUsa, 

Sec. 12, Lot 3. Bk 20-8.^ 
Qtapd HiH Biolders— PriiKess kam I^aaa. 

Sec. n, l«t4, Bk 10^86. 
Chi^ HiH Biiader»<4*iiB0iSB Mm Ban, 

Sec. 12, Lot 5, Bk 20-3.06. 
C3epd im BtdMera-riaovs Ame I^acft 

Sec. 12. Lot 6, Bk 20-3.01 
Ctepd Hffl BuiMei<&.ptiDoess Aane Plaza. 
• Sec. 12, Lirt 7. Bk 20-3.06. "* 

Cbapd HiH BaHew-Pdmess AiOK Plasa. 

Sec. 12, Lot ft Hk 20-3.06. 
Obapd Hffl BHiMe!».«gBiQa88 i«|e ^m. 

Sec. 12, Lot ft Bk ao-4Jft 






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V»: 



N 4 



CNi< 1 mrtitii P i hmai Am Ftaai. 
Ik. IK l4it U, mn^^M. 

See. «. tet M. Mk ».4JH. 
«^* ^B UQdat Piifitm Aiae FImi, 

Sk. IS, l4t O. Hk »-^IS. 
C^M m luadn-Pitecca Am Ptea. 

See. v. LM M. i& »~S.M. 
Omp^ Htfl BuOdars-PriiicMi Airae PIttt, 

Sic. 12, Lot 17, Bft 30-4.01. 
Chapd nu ^tidir»-4Htoc«is Aiae PteM. 

See. a, lilt tt. ttk »-t.fll. 
CSiapel {M BuOdm^Prinoen Aim Piaia. 

Sec. IS. Lot ». Bk 9-4M. 
Qw^ m BuiUers-PriQcm Ame FIm. 

Sec. a. Lot SI. «k S0-3.0& 
CiM|>d HH luOdBrt-PitKcss Ame t^n. 

Sec a. Lot SI. ak SO-4.06. 
caiepd im MMBr»^Princ«fis Ame Pteii. 

Sec. n,Uftm.m zo-s.oe. 

Chapd HOI Buaden-Prtocess Ame Piioa, 

Sec. IS Lot 1, ttm-^.06. 
C%i«Mi MB BuOdm-PriDceas Ame Pfaoa, 

See. a Lot S^ H( Sl-4.06. 

iHit uuuuHB itiaoeK nttoe nut. 

Sec. 12. Lot 3. Bh 21-3.06. 
Chapd ma BuOders-PriQcess Anne Plata, 

Sec. 12. Let 4. tt 21-4.06. 
Chapd IfiH BuiMers-Prinoess Anne Plaza. 

Sec. a, Lot 5. BQt 21-4.06. 
C3«fMl HiB BiMkkn-Ptwcesi Ame Pbza, 

Sec. IS, L(^ 6, BOr 21-4.06. 
Chapel Wk BuOden-Prinote Araie Vkm, 

Sec. IS, Lot 7, ^ 21-3.06. 
Chapd HIH BuOders-Priocess Ame IHaza. 

Sec. )f, lot S,Wk a-^.06. 

CSutpd HiU Buiklere-Prinoess Anne IHaza. 
Sec. IS. Lot 9. BBc Sl-^.06. ^ 

Chapd mB Builders-^>rincees Anne Ptoza, 

Sec. 12. Lot 11, BBt 21-3.06. 
CSiapd HUl Bu^e^-Princess Ame I^oa, 

Sec. IS. Lot IS. B& 21-3.06. 
Chapd Hifl Buikler»-4*riDcess Anne Pteza. 

Sec. 12. Lot 13, BHc 21-3.06. 
Oh^ HB Biildera^Princess Ame I^aza. 

Sec. 12. Lot 14, «k 21-3.06. 
C3iapd HiB BuOders^Princess Anne Timf», 

Sec. 12. Lot 15, Bik 21-^.06. 
Chapd HiB Kjflders— Princess Ame Plaza, 

See. 12, Lot 16, Wk 31-3.06. 
C^ipd IfiB BuOders— Princes ^lo e Haza. 
a. Lot 17, Hk 21-3.«^ 




ii^-^ 



Chi^ mB Mlderfr-Princeffi Anne fiam. 

Sec. a, Lot 18, BDc 21-3.06. 
Chapd iSA ftakkrs— Princess Anne Pl^Ea, 

Sec. 12, Lot a, Bk Sl-^.06. 
Chapd Hifl Builder»-Princess Afloe nan. 

Sec. a. Lot SO. BUc 21-3.06^ -— - 
Chapd I HiB Builders— Princess Anne Plaza. 

Sec. a. Lot 21. BUc 21-3.06. 
Ch^ His Builders-Priooess Ame Plan^ 

Sec. a. Lot 22, Blk 21-8.08. 
^wMpd HIH BuOdors Princess 

6bc. Ig, Lot's, BQc 21-3.06. 
Ob^ W& BuQd»»-PtiDoess Ame 
^^4)ec. a. Lot 24, Bb S-3.06. 



Ikopd Ifll &i0de»-Praioess Anne Plaza, 

Sec. a» Lot 35, BB(^-9.06. 
Onpd Ifii Buiiders— Princess Anne I^aza, 
, Sec. a, Lot 26, Blk 21-3.06. 
ChefMl MB Buildn's— PriQcess Anne Baza, 

Sec. a. Lot 27, BQc 21-3.06. 
Chapd m Buflders-^>rincess Anne Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 1, BUc 22-3.06. 
CN«>d IBH Kikiers— Princess Anne Piaa, 

Sec. a, Lot 2, Blk 31-3.06. 
Chapd Iflfl Builders— Pnoceas Anne Piaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 3, B& 2B-3.06. 
dnpd Hffi Buflder»-Pripce8B Anne, IHaza. 

Sec a. Lot 4, Mc 22-3.06. 
Onpd IH BvBdmn—PmKeas Anne Plasja, 

Sec. a. Lot 5, Blk 22-3.06. 
Chapd MS BoBders— Princess Ame Pliaa, 

Sec. a, Lot 6, Blk 2^-4.06. 
Chapel IS& Mlders— PriiKess Anne Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 7. ME 22-3.06. 
Qa^ IfiB Buiklers— Princess Anne Piaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 8, BUc 32-3.06. 
Oa^ W Builda's— Princess Anne I^oa, 

Sec. a, Lot 9. BUc 22-3.06. 
Chapel IfiU Bulders— Princess ^me Pteza, 

Sec. a. Lot 10. BDc 22-3.06. 
Chf^ IBD Buiklers-Pttx^ss Anne Plaza. 

Sec. a. Lot U. «k ae-4.06. 
C3m^ ISi Builders— Princess Anne Plaaa, 

sec. a. Lot a. BDc 32-3.06. 

Chapd IfiB l^jQders— Princess Anne I%aa, 

Sec. a. Lot a. BUc 2^-4.06. 
Chapd ISB Buikiers-Princess Anne Plaza. 

Sec. a. Lot 14, BUc 2^-3.06. 
Ch^ US& Buikiers-^>rincess Anne Pkaa, 

Sec a. Lot a. BUc 22-4.06. 
Ch^ Iffl Buikiers-4>rince8S Anne Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 16, Blk 2S-3.06. 
Qa^ Hifl &4da<s— Princess Abk Baaa, 

Sec. a, Lot 1. Blk 23-3.06. 
Qagd Hffi BuOdenh-Prinoe^s Ame Pfaoa, 

Sec. a. Lot 2, BBc 2»-3.06. 
Cbi^ mfl Btdder»-Princess Ame Plasa, 

Sec. a. Lot 3, BBc 23-3.06. 
C3»pd Hffl Mkkrs— Princess Ame Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 4. «k 23-3.66. 
Chc^ IffiB BuiMers— Princess Anne Plea. 

Sec. a. Lot 5. BHc SS-3.08. 
Chapd im Biildera-Prinoess Ame Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 6, BUc 23-3.06. 
Cbapd ffiS Buldo-s— Prtadess Anne Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 7, B& 23-3.08. 
Chapd iflffl aflders— Princess Annfe Plaza, 
. Sec. a. Lot 8. BDc 23-3.06. 
Ctod Iffl „ Buikiers-Princess ^me Ptaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 9. BBc 2S-4.0& 
Cb^)d mi Builders-Princess Anne Pltiza,. 

Sec a. Lot 10, Wt 23-3.06. 
Chapd Iffl Buflders-Princess Anne Pleoa, 

Sec. a. Lot 11. Blk 2»-4.fl6. 
CSmpd ISO Btdders-Prteess Ame Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot a. Blk 23-4.06. 
Oiaqd Iffl BuiMera-Prtooess Anne Plaza, 
•^. a. Lot 13, BDi SS-S.06. 
Chapd Wi Rdders-Prinoess Ame Plaza, 

Sec a. Lot li Mc 33-3.06. 
Chapd iQi BuUem-PrinoesB Ame 

Sec a. Lot a, B& |»-3.06. 
Oufd ffll BuBders-iPraeess ^ne 
See. It, Lot 1. B& SI-3.W. 



Ame Fln^ 
Sac 1^ fait 4. Mk Sl-im 
Chapd M mWwi n^tnm Ame Ptea. 

Chaed HH Tfcrtiia Pilncuw fume Plan. 

Sdc. a. Lot 11 m S«-^J6. 
Chafwl Hi Byidtts-^itaeas Anbe Plrai. 

Sac a. Lot 7, Bh SI-3.Q6. 
Chapel Oi Bui M e w Pito ceaa Anne 

Sec a. Lot I, Blk SI-4.01 
Ch^ HH BiAkn-Atoen Amie 

Sec a. Lot 9, Ok 34-4.06. 
Chapd HH BuadBn>-Princ«n Ame Plan, 

Sec. a. Lot a. BIc S4-3.06. 
Chapd HB BiMera-Ateeaa Asme Pfaoa. 

Sec- a. Lot n. rat 94-3.01 

Chapd IM Pufldeii Prini.eHi Ame PIna. 

Sec a. Lot a, Blk 34-3.06. 
Chapd Mi Buflden-l^taoeaB ^me Plan, 

See. a. Lot a. Blk a4-l.«S. ^ 
Chapd Mi Bullder»-<PrlDoeBi',^ine Plaia, 

Sec. a. Lot 14, BBc SI-S.06. 
Ch^ m Balden-4>rinGea« Anne Mata, 

Sec. a. lilt a, Hk S4-4.06. 
Chi^ MB BuBders-Prinoea Ame Plan, 

Sec a. Lot a. BOc 94-8.06. 

Sec a. Lot 17. Blk 94-3.08. 
Om^ HH BuOders-^Vtacesa Ame Plaza. 

Sec. a. Lot a. BUc 94-3.06. 
Cb^ Mi BsMm-Ptkmm Anne Ptau. 

Sec. a. Lot 2. Bk 35 — 3.06. 
Chi^ HB BuOden-Pitoen Anne Plaza, 

Sec a. Lot S. Blk S8-3.06. 
Chapd in Buikkra-PriDoesB Ame Plaza, 

Sec a. Let 4. Bft 36-3.06. 
Chifwl Wk Buflde w Wn eesB Anne Baza, 

Sec a. Lot 6. BBc 25-3.06. 
Chi^ HB BuMen-^>rinoeaB Ame Plaza, 

Sec. 32. Lot 9, BBc 2S-3.06. 
Chapd HB Bulder»-Priooea8 Anne Plaza, 

See. a. Lot a. BBc 36-3.06. 
Ch^>d HB BuHden-PriooeK Anne Plaza. 

Sec a. Lot a. Hk 3^-3.06. 
dnpd Mi Bidden-Princess Anne Plaza. 

Sec. a, Lot a, Hk 35-3.06. 
Chapd MB Bufldera-Prinoeas Anne Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 30. Hk 3S-8.06. 
Chapd Ml BuOdera-Princeas Ame Han. 

Sec. a, Lot 21, Blk 25-4.06. 
Chapd Mi Buadera-PrinoeaB Ame Plaza. 

Sec. a, Lot 22. Hk 35-3.06. 
Cbapd Iffl BuBder»-PrinceaB Anne ^tiaa, 

te. a. Lot », Hk 36-8JK^ :>^ 
Chapd Mi Buadera-Prineeai Ame raza, 

Sec a. Lot 94, Hk 35-3.66. 
Chapd M Buflders-Princess Anne Baza, 

Sec a. Lot 25. Hk 36-3.06. 
Chifl^ MB BuBdera-Bteoess Anne Ftaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 27, BUc 25-3.06. - 

Chapd Mi Hjflders-PrinoeK Ame Plaza, 

Sec a. Lot 28, BBc 25-3.06. 
Chi^ MB Buflders-^Vincxas Ame Pkoa. 

See. a. Lot 29, Hk 25-3.06. 
Chapd HB BdBden-^^lmeas 

Sec. a. Lot 90. Blk 25-8.06. 
Cbapd 

Sec a. Lot S, Hk 36-3.06. 



Chapd IS Bufldera-Primen Ann ttaa. 

Sec a. Lot 3, BBc 26-3.06. 
Chi^ MB BuBders-^'kteceBB Anne Plaza, 

Sec. a, Lot 4. BUc 26-3.06. 
Chapd MB Buikkrs-FtteoeaB Anne Plaza, 

Sec a. Lot 5, Hk 26-4.06. 
Chapd MB Buaders-^^ttaceas Ame Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 6, Hk 36-4.06. 
Chapd MB BuSden-^'ttooeas AffiK Plaza, 

Sec. a, Lot 7. BBc 9B-3.06. 
Clu^ mi BuBden-ftinoeaB Ame Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 8, Blk 96-3.06. 
Chipd HB Buflders-J'rinoesB Ame Plaza. 

Sec a, Lot 9, Hk 3fr-4.06. 
Chapd HB BuBder»-FrincesB Anne Plaza, 

See. a. Lot 10, Blk 26-3.06. 
Cbspd HB MMera-MncesB Ame Plaza, 

Sec a. Lot 11, Hk 26-3 J6. 
Chapd MB BuBdero-PRBoaas Anne Plaza, 

See. a. Lot a. Hk 26-^06. 
Onpd MB Buiders-MnoeaB Anne Ptaza. 

Sec. a. Lot a. Hk 26-3.06. 
Clupd MB Bufldera-PltooeaB Ame Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 14. Hk 26-4.06. 
Chapd HSi Buflders-Prinoess Anne Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot a, BUc 26-3.06. 
Cttapd MB BuHders-Mnoeas Anne Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 16. Hk 26-3.06. . 
Chapd HB Buflden-Prinoen Anne Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 17. BUc 26-3.06. 
Chapd Hfi Hddetv-PrincesB Anne Plaza, 

Sec. a, Lot a. BBc 26^06. 
Chapd HB BuQden-Priaceaa Anne Baza, 

Sec. a. Lot a, H^ 26-3.06. 
Chapd MB BuBdem-MnoaaB Anne Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 20, Hk 9^-3.06. 
Cl»^ HB- Bdldera-PriDoesB Ame Baza, 

Sec. a, Lot 31, Hk S8-3.06. 
Ch^ HB BoUov-PrinoeBB Ame Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 22, BOc 26-3.06. 
Clupd Mi ftridera-PrinoeflB Ame Baza, 

See. a. Lot 23, BQe 28-4.06. 
Chapd Hi HAlera— Plteoeaa Ame Baza, 

Sec a. Lot 24, Hk 26-3.06. < 
Chspd Mi Hdder»-PriDoe8B Ame Baza, 

Sec. a, Lot 25, Hk 26-3.06. 
dMpd Mi Buflders-PrineeaB Amie Plaza, 

Sec a Lot 1, Hk 27-3.06. 
Chapd Mi Baflde»-4*rinoeaB Ame Plaza, 

Sec a. Lot 2, BBc 37-3.06. 
Chapd HB BuBdera-Prinoeas Ann Plaza, 

Sec. a Let 3, BDc 27-3.06. 
Cfa^wi BH Bulders-PrinoHB Aone Plaza, 

See. a. Lot 4. Blk 27-8.06. 
Cbapd HB Baiders-4>riooMB Anne Baza. 
(Sec. a. Lot 5, BDc 27-3.06. 
dbapd HB BuBderB-PriDoeaa Am Ban.! Sm&, Joim-Bladcwatar, 

Sec a. Lot 6, BBc 27-3.06. ^ 'Ttee. Johnnie & Hazel 

Ch^ HB Baada^-ftfacne Ann Plaza, ysiM. 

Sec. a. Lot 7. Hk 27-3.06. ^^H'^WUtdwrst, 

Ctepd HB MMers-PiioceaB Ame(BBn, 

Sec. a, Lot 8, Hk 27-3.16. V 

ChE^d W& BaBden-PrtecesB Ame Pteca, 

Sec. a Lot 9. BBc 27-3.06. 
Chs^ Iffl Buida^B— I^^incesB Ame Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot a. Hk 27-8.06. 
Cbapd Mi BoBders-Prteoeai Ame Flera, 

Sec a, Lot n, BBc 27-8.06. 
Chapd Mi Bolden-MBcai Ame Plua, 
6Bca,Lat]8.HkS7-8.0l. 



ChipH am 

Sac tt. Lit a. Bk 0-3.06. 
Chapd Mi BuMini..Mna« Ane Ptea. 

Sec a. Lot 14, Uc t7-3J6. 
Chapd IM Buldera-J^itein Ame PiRza. 

Sec a, Lot a. U[ 9Ml;i6. 
CiNpd BB WMera-rt^tfsem Anne Baza, 

Sec a. Lot a. Hk 1^-3.01 
Oiapd M Buld»-#^Mi Am Plea. 

Bee. a. Let 17. Blk 17-^16. 
Cbtfd RB Mders-#itotii ^ne Baza. 

Sec a, ut a. rac 37-3.01. 

Chapd HB BdUer«-4*i«Mm Ame Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 19. Blk 27-3.06. 
Chapd Mi BuWer»-Piteo8« Ame Baza, 

See. a. Lot 20, BBc 27-S.Oi. 
Chapd HB Bulden-l^teceaB Ame Baza, 

Sec a. Lot 31, BBc S7-4.06. 
Chapd HB BuBdeiv-^rincaea Anne Ptaza, 

Sec a. Lot 22, Hk 37-3.06. 
Ch^ Mi Buidera-4>rim9aaB Ame Baza, 

Sec a. Lot 23, Hk S7-4.M. 
Chipd n Bidden-Piteewa Ame Baza, 

Sec. a Lot 94, BUc 37-3.01. 
(%apd Mi Buid«a-Primaai JOm Baza, 

Sec. a Lot 25. Elk 97-3.08. 
CNipd Mi Hdders-Prtaceai Anne Ptaza. 

Sec. a. Lot 36. Hk 27-3.06. 
Chapd HB BuBdm-Jhtwen Ame Plaza, 

Sec. a, Lot 27, Hk 37-3.08. 
^^3iapd jMB^ Du8ue»— tTHWBWB — Ame z%Ea, 

See. a. Lot 38, Hk 27-3.06. 
Chapd HB BuBders-Praioeas Ame Baza, 

Sec a. Lot 39, Hk 37-3.08. 
ClMfid Hffi BuBders-PrinoesB Ame Fleoa, 

Sec. a, Lot 39, BUc 37-3.08. 
Chapd HH Bidden-PrinceB Anne Piaza, 

Sec a Lot 91, Bk 27-3.06. 
QmptA MB Buflden— Binceas Ame Plaza. 

Sec a Lot a, BUc 27^.06. 
Chapd HS BuBders— Prmoess Ame Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 33, BUc 27-3.06. 
Chapd Mi BtAiaiN-PrincesB Ame Plaza, 

Sec. a. Lot 34. BUc 27-3.06. 
Ch^>d m Hdd09— PrinoasB Anne Baza, 

Sec. a^t S. Hk 27-3.06. 
Cl^d HB Buflden-^Hticeaa Anne Baza, 

Sec. a Lot 36, Hk 27-3.06. 
Chapd Mi Bdlders— Princess Ame Baza, 

Sec. a. Lot 37. Hk 27-3.06. 
Cbapd Mi Bufldera— B^icesB Ame Plaza, 

Sec. a Lot 38, BUc S7-3.06. 
Md)oweO. WQliana P., Jr. It GajF-Princee 

lAnoe Plaza. Sec. 8, Lot 10, Hk $-8.08. 
*Chapel Hill Buiklera-Princess Ame Plaza. 

Sec a Lot 10, Blk 21-3.92. 
^ *BpR OF PfUNCESS ANNE Cs^ „ 
Smithy H^iffy C— Noctii Landit^ Rd., 1 ^re 

-25(0S. 
Otey, ThoRias It Eetdla-^Mlfa Landing Rd., 
.32 Acre— a.80. . 

WHOO ^ 

MalxM, Ftoyd B.—Pungo, 29.67— a.20. ' 

Basni^t. Edward F. It l^ari \(.— Chmity 
Neck, 1 Acre-a.80. 

Batten. Josefdi E.— Punge 1.1 Acres— 30.08. 

Davis, Carrie L.-Charity (aTxB) Pai«d-.64. 

GflUop, EUa Mae-Wasfawoods Paicd-2.56. 

«riatead. a^BJ4)^jBii^JBa |w4<t^€ Pitt<cd 

-.96. "■/.:,'~^ ^' ■;" ■ -'T' "\ 

Jones, Thomas, Estate-Morae's Point, 40 

AereB-SJ8* - 
keding, J. M.. D. Stonnont 4 Otto Halsteed, 

Washwoods, 33 Acres— 38.72. 
MlBo-, Ltiey P.-Alorae's Point 16.66 kma— 

22.72. ^ 

Moore, Eva M. & Wm. J.— Pun^, SO Acr^— 

2.S6. 
Mosl^, Pad Le(»i-A&iddy C^«dc. Pared A, 

.5 Acre— 30.72. 
Newby, D* G. & Mary H.— Washwoods. 1.5 

Acre9-a.84. 
Newi^. David Geraki— Washwoods, 22 Acres 

-28.71 ' 

Ormood Cmp— Pungb, 30 Acres— 2.56. 
ReRonell, Francis Il-Morae's Part, 8.97 

Acres — 7.88. / 

RemmeU. Frands H.-Morae's Point, 7.69 

Sbevmi, Andrew— Washwoods, 2 Acres— 1.98. 
Stevens, Johin— Wa^iwoo^. 7 Acres— 16.32. 
Stiff. Namie B., et {ds-Mundoi, 39.86 Acres 

-SS.04. 
Strewhand, Venxm R^Muddy Creek, 1 Acre 

-48.00. 
Ihompsm, Geo. E.— Pungo, 4 Acres more oi 

fess-7.04. 
Tremdai^, Bernard L.— Waghwoods, 1 A<s«— 

.64. 
Tremdan, Bonard L.— Washwoods, 2.5 Aoet 

-1.28. 
T]ier, Geotge Ihomas— Wai^iwoods, .97 

Acre— 1.98. > 

lyter, George Ihontas — Wf^fawoods, 2.84 

Acres— 6.44. 
Vir<» Realty Corp.— Washwoods, 229 Acrea 

-mx. 

Wlu^Hirst, Geo. W.— Waiiwoods, ^5 Acres 

-IM. 
Wbodbouse, J. T. ^ ads— Wadiwoods. Pared 

A, 3S Acres— 7.68. 
YuKvich, Edward Leo-Charity, 4 Acres nKn« 

or less— 2.68. 

BLAGKWATER COLORED 
Armstrong, Agn^-Blackwater, 5.824 Acres— 

14.96. 
Brown, Geo'. D.— Bladcwater. 8 Ao-es— 38.76. 
Corprew, Miles EM.— Hackiwater, 10 Acres— 

8.16. ■ 
Jones, Jdai— Hackfwatei*. 1 Acre— 1.36. - 
Jdies, Jdm k Heten-aiackwater, 320x1060, 

iff 8 Acrtt. nwre (h* less— 43.18. 
lilasfn, Demie E.-Hadows^, 1 Ao-e, more 

w tes6-3.04. 
Held, fieiriHe A. & Sai^ R.-Biadowata-, 

Pancel-3.04. 
Soddi, Au^Kto, d ids-filadcwater, 22 Acres 
. — 38 J8. 

5 Acre— 28.90. 
Bladcwater, 2.0 Acres 



Bray. F. 0.>-a«|iMe. Lot U. Ift 4t4.40. 

fray. r. 0.-4^iiae. Lot 18, Uc 4-440^ 

Brid»i. ft^ B.-aa^wde, Liica^de Lote n. 
22,akS-6.40. 

CkHnidc. Mosn k R(»idie-Bi^tide, .46 ^re 
more or l^^-4.40. 

Don^, Ifi^^-Newaome Bv^^— n.40t. 

Foranu. Vtti Davia ft ffnta Littto C^^dc^ 
1 Acre-a8.^. 

For^nan, Van Tkn^ et als-H-iritiiwaite Pro- 
perty Parcel— 2.40. 

HawkiiH, Ecknui ft Thdma-^led^B Haw- 
kin's Est.. Lot 5-6.00. 

Hucbon. Alice-fia^de. .5 Acre— 1.89. 

Himter. Mm, ft Jdm-Bay«^. 10 Acr«h- 
18.00. 

Jaims, Antticmy, ^^n. Sctaner et ds-4Bay- 
side, 6.0 Acres— 10.80. 

Jam^, Anthony. Wm. SImm d als-fiay- 
side. 1.7 Acpes-4.«0. » 

Jones, Btergaret-^ay^e. Lets a, 14. BUc 
2-4.40. 

Und. Hetb&i ft Lba-Bay«de P««d-3.M. 

Mason. W. T.-Bayside Rd. 100' x ae'-.eo. 

Moore. Jones E. et d»-Kempsviile. 9.0 
Acres— 16.80. 

Morgan, Cdeman—BayiBde, 1.33 Acres—lS.eO. 

Petty, Bemice Atesmder d akh-Rdd Town 
KonpsviUe, 2 Aa ea 3 .80. i 

Portkx*. iohn-Water Works. Lot l-a.90. 

PiAJw-lf rnrntina W a tani*" '** ^Q Arrtw. 

nttJUICIl. ^iHfrvfit^ — •■v *»*.4 Km 

3.60. 
Riddick, John R.— Water W^rks, 10 Acres- 

, mm. 

Riddick, John R.— Moored Brieves, 6.0 Acr^ 

32.«). 
Robey, Willie— Moore's Brieves, 1.0 Acres— 

16.40. 
Smith, James E.-Oakwood, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 

Blk 80-4.86. *^ 

Stephens, Evdiiw ft Henry Gwdon— Diamond 

Springs, Lot 8, Hk 3-2.40. 
^v«is, Lydia, et rfs-^ayside, 1.0 Acr6-a.40. 
Treadwdl, Hester-Water Works, Lot ». Kk 

3-a.80. 
Tyner, Joe-Oafcwood. Lot 60. Hk 28-2.40. 
ViaOaa, John A. ft Sarah-Reid Town, 1.0 

Acre-24.00. 
Walston, EUis-Baydde. 2.0 Acres-14.40. 
Williams, Hoiry-Wewsome Parcel— 2.06. 
Wills, James-Bayside, Lot 1—2.40. 

BAYSIDE MGA COLORED 
Anderson, Laiffa J.— L. ft J. Ganlens, Li^ 40 

' • ""7.38. » ^Jt S *ij" '• i -I'. _J»___»i 

Anttiony, Ddia ft B^aifr-Odrwoocl. U^ 17 to 

2^-70.56. 
Askew, Jdm-BayskJe. 1.0 Acre— 2.5S. 
Austin. George W.— LabKide, Baya<k toBr 9, 

10, Blk 1-22.26. 
Bailey. B«1ha ft Mildred Jonee-Oakwood, 

Lot 66-16.80. . ,^. t 

Ballard, Lee-Si moa BUflttyi S^fl«N# 

Lot a-.84. ^^ 

Beacon Holding Corp. ft Henry Snith, Est.— 

Beechwood. .ew Acre— 1.26. 
Bly. L. P.-Greenwich "C". 1.08 Acre-48.72. 
Booker, R. A.— Bayskde, Lot t-a.ajaa=s| 
Boyd, Earl-Bayside, Lots 2, 3. 4.-7.14. 

^' w. E. J^^a^ija^ J^ate^ AJgl; 

3—4.82. ^ ;, 4» 



Rixk^ ft Mego^a-Hack- 

wats*. .56 A<3% more of less-44.20. 
WBsM, G^ny-Blackwirtser, « Acrefr-«3J1 
Winston, Eross-Hadcwito: (100 x 210). Par< 

cd-41.96. 
Woodhoiise, Mardidi ft Doris-Bladcwater, 

J50 Acres, mere or less— 44J0. 

BAYSIDE RSGULAB COLOItI» 
Hackman HatUe Mae ft Ida Hawklis-TiQF' 

tor's Bcmch, .5 Acre-i^^SJO. 
Boose. Joe-sioraide, .S Acre— a.M. 



Bray, Wm. F. D.-BayAore, Lots a, 18, B»c 

3-4.62. 
BriddMuse, Marie et dr'Hod^eman Plat, UA 

37-43.26. ^ 

Caeon, Hanndj-Bafyslfe, Lt^ 9, 4.28 Acres- 

38.56. 
Ojerry, Moses— Oafcwood, Lot 8&-3.62. 
Cherry, Moses-Oakwood, Lot 8&-2.S2. 
dierry, WilUam-iBurton Station Parcel, 110 x 

60-2.88. 
C3erk, Jdin ft Anna— 'Baydwre. Lot 1—4.62. 
Cofidd, George-^Bank's Comw, Lot A, .3S 

Acre— M. 
Colldd, Leonard ft Lda-Newsonae Farm 

.27Mi Acre-1.68. 
Comick, George-Newsome, Lot 9, .75 Aoe— 

.84. 
Costcm, Jones T— Bayskfe, Lds 34, 26, 75, 7^ 

-8.34. 
C(Mton. James T.-®ayMcte. Lot 48, 88-4.68. 
Cross. Virginia Wills-DianMid Springs. Skn- 

on Elliott Est., 1.132 Acres, Pt. of Lot 9- 

3.78. 
DUlai^, Jesse ft Mil(fred-Bayskle Acres, Lot 

1-8.82. 
Dildy, Wwley-Bayskle Acres. Lot 25-20.16. 
Dillard. Jesse-tBa^side Acre?. Lo*-2— a.37. 
Diflard, Jesse ft MilA-ed-JBaj^de Acres, Lot 

1-2.48. 
Elliott. Isabel-Water WoAs. 1.0 Acre-47.64. 
EJvans, Erasnnis--OiAiwood, Lot 36-8.52. 
Evans, Johd— Oakiwood, Lot S2— a.86. 
Ferebee, Henry L.— Oabvood, IM. 34-2.52. 
f^rebee, Hovy Lefwis-Otdcwood, Lot 1—22.36. 
Foreman, DeUa-BurtMi, .236 Acr6-.84. 
Freeman, Jesse ft Cora-Baydde Acres, UA 

9-32.76. 
Gfles. Jdm R. ft EUi» V.-Newsome, Lot B- 

2.52. 
Gd^gan, Rufiffi ft Berlin-'Beediwood, .064 

lAcre-44.80. 
Goodson, Sanah J.-C. H. Fentress Rat, Bay- 
skfe Acres, Lots 3, 4, BUc 6-2.5B. 
Gordon, Marfta-Bayskle, Lot 23, BBc 3-2.52. 
Gregwy, baac— Bayside, Lots 6, 7, BUc 4- 
• 4.68. I / 

Gregory, Mellie ft Bess^-Bayskte Pared— 

31.98. 
Gr^i. Jeremiah et als— Newsome, 1 Acre 

-2.52. 
Hale, J. Howard-Bayshore, Lot U. M, BBc 

1-43.60. 
Hardy. Edward Est.— Little Creek, 1.0 Acre— 

a.a. 

Hanis, B. G.-Baysidc^jLot 1—2.32. 
HoUomond, Vincent^ ft Bosa Lee-Bay- 

shore. Lots 8. 9. 10, 18. W, Hk 9-28.98. 
Jackson. Ambrose-^ayskle. Lot 15-a.38. 
Jolms, SimueJ-HNewtown Cross Rds., E. Pt. of 

Tract No. 10, .3frAcre-47.04. 
JohnsOT, WlHiam H«iry d ux— Bayade Acres 

Lot 33-47.88. 
Joj^r, Georgia ft Cane WWtmMe-Oafcwood 

liOt ai, 82-82.32. 
Joyner, James C. ft Mary M.— Baric's Com®, 

2.7 Acre9-6.46. 
Lane, Frederick— Water Works, Lot 6. Hk 3 

— 2.KI. 
McCoy, Jdm— Bayshore flC. tt Fentress 

Plrt)— Lot 6, iBUc 8-2.82. 
MoC^, Wbm D. 6 ^i^ Mae-Newaome 

Flarcel (ao* x iiS0')-l.e8. 



Md^ti^ IlQifM. iie. itipiwi, M m «k 

5-8.92. 
Miks. Alex ft Famye flawMi»^fiMilm Crass 

Roads. Lot 3, 4.0 Acraa-asoo. 
Miller, S^rah-BaQPside, M Acre-1.6B. 
ktoore, iM«cander-8ajifc«p», Let 17« BQc 3 

— s.ai. 
Moure, Mary-Baydiore. Lot 19. SOc S>4.98. 
Mo^e, Pr^Mi ft Mary G.-^^tooi«, Lot 

ai, BBc 7-336. 
Poole, Jerry, Jr.— Ba^kJe. Lot 38. 4.71 Acrw 

-3.40. 
Ptmo'. Jamea B.— Bayaide, Hot^tnm Plat, 

Lot 41— aJ6. 
Power. Jamea B.— Bayaide, Hod^nan Plat, 

Lot 68-a.86. VJ, 

Price, Lucin#-Bay^de Aerte^lOt 18-2.52. 
Rdiwy, WUUe-Newton Crow Rd.. 1.0 Aae- 

M.70. 
Rando^. fVed W.. ft Ai^e-Bi^side, .103 

Acre— 35.70. 
Randolph, J. W.— Bayside, LoU «, 65-4.62. 
Richardbon JJIMan T— J^ewsome Farm Par- 

cel-^.54. 
Riddkk. John R.-Oab»^)od, Lots 6,7—4.68. 
RkUkik. J(te R.-Oakwood, Ld 9-4.58. 
RkHidc, John R.-Oakwood, Lot 21—2.52. 
Riddkk, Jdm R.-Oakwood. Lots », 26-4.68. 
Ri^ck, John R.— Oakwood, L(^s 27 to 35 

—34.08. 
Riddtek, John B.-08te©Qd^ Lot «-3.52. 
Riddick. John R.-Oakwood. Lots 46 to 60- 

34.08. 
RMi^:fc, John H.-Odcwood, Lot ffi-4.S8. 
Robinsm, Waiter H. ft Martha S.-Bayshore. 

Lot 21. Hk 7-33.80. 
Sainders. Annie— Water Works, .215 Acre- 

46J0. 
Saunders, Thoresa— Diantond Springs, Loft 

30, 31-46 J». / 

Saun(^^, "nicresa— Wt^ Works, 1.08 Acres 

-63.00. 
Scales. Frank W. ft Alice W.-Baydiore, Lot 

11, BUc 7-4.36. 
Scott, James— Baydwre, Lots 3, 4, 27, 38, 

BUc 3-38 J2. 
Stanmms, Hdoi— Bayside, .56 Acre— 28.14. 
Sims, Gary, Jr. ft Aikk*ey A<feile— Bank's Cor- 
ner, Lot 34, 1^ Acres-8.S8. 
&nall. Batiena' ft Bamile Am Baric's Off- 

ner, 1 Aare. more or less— 50.22. 
Soead, Bob— Dtomond Springs, Lots S, i, % 

«k 7-7.14. 
&iead, Junkwr L.— Beydiwe. Lot 14. Hk 7 

-3.36. 
Snead, LiQie-Bayahor«. Lots 7, 8, 25, 26. Hk 

7-98.40.* "- ^ 

-57.54. -..=-^^^-.-»^-^^-,. - -.^^^ 

&iead, Hardy ft Vii^nia— Ba^hore, holt IS, 
I BUc 7-86.04. 

%kes, John— Oakwood, Lot 13-8.58. 
Sykes, Jdm— 0{dcwood, Lot 14-8.52. 
TaBy. Enmnitt— Newsomo, 1 Lot-8.58. 
Itiorntoi, Mary— Water %orks, 1.0 Aare— 

40.32. 
Vestor, W. H.-Oflkwood, Lots 11, 12-4.68. .„ 
White, James ft Otelia E.— JNewsome Farm, 
^ Ld D, .57 Acre, more or le8S-aB.94. 
miitdwa^ Gertiiide DaMey— Bayside. .5 

i^ire— aj2. 
V9tltmnon, Oai^ 4r^4tawgla Jiqraer-Oak* 

•wood. Lot 13-8.58. 
Whitemore. tOarie ft Geoi^ Joymr— Oak- 
wood, Lot 14— 2.82. 
WMtemore. Oafie ft Georgia Joyner-Oak- 

wood. Lots a, 16-4.88. 
William, Amiie-Bayshore, Lot 8. Hk 3-28 J8. 
WiUifflm, Am^ £.-Baydiore, Lot 9, BUc 3— 

2.52. 
Williams, Chedo- ABoi ft Leola AmespCay- 

side, .177 Acre— 1.68. 
WWams, Ei^ene— BayshcMie, Lot 2, Blk 4— 

2.52. 
WUliams, EXigesMF-eayahore. Lot a, Hk 4 

-2.52. 
Wffliams, ^Gla(fys-Be«;hwood, JO ACTe-^*^! 
Willie, EUsha ft Idfr-Oakwood, Lot 23-2? ^.'' 
WOUe. Emud-ONindc Fami. lOT x 56.5' 

Acre-31J8. 
WiUis, AuAwy ft Miklred .Ames-Bayshore, 

Lot 5, Hk l-a.74>s^ 
WUUs, RKhard-BaysidM^art of Lot 4, .177 

Acre, more &r lew— 1.68. 
WiUis, Susk»-aaydiore, Lot 6. Hk »-d9.88. 
WiUis, Sude-C. H. Fentress, Ba^iiore, UA 

17, Hk 9-2.S2. 
wrdlis, Susie ColUer-aaydde, Lot a, BBc 6 
—17.64. 
Wiliis. Susie CoBier-Bayside. Lot 1, 4, BUc 

7-4.62. 
Wood, L. H.-eayside, (Lots 46, 47, 63, 64- 

9J4. 
Wood, Oscar— Bayside. 2.85 Ao«s-46.94. 

KEMI^VIIXE REG. COLOMID 
Ashby, John L. ft Tlietaia— Ferry Pt. Rd .Par- 

cel-61.20. 
Brown. Napdewi-^erry Pt. Rd., 1.0 Acre— 

a.20. 
Cuffee. Jdin ft J. Edward— 'nm»t(m, 10 Ao-es 

-32.40. 
CUffee, Jolm ft J. Edward— Ihunton, 25 

Aa«s— 45.60. 
Darden, David— iBonney's Comer. 1.0 Acre— 

2.40. , 

Darden, JoGtH» Ert.— Ilmrston, 13 Acres— 

S5.60. 
Doi^ery. Mary— Thur^, 5.0 ^Tes-46.80. 
Downs, Mred. Preston ft Lena-OunTSwamp 

3.38 Acres-5.20. 
Fentress Walter-^Ferry Pt. Rd. Pared— 86.80. 
FVeeman John Est. ft Lucy Iferris— Ferry 

Point Rd, 8.0 Acies-^.40. 
FWord. Curtis DePrest— Becan Gardens, Lot 

11, BUc 9-1.60. 
FuUer, Northern— Kempsvffle, .98 Acre— 



Gaynor, Hattie-^Ferry Pdnt Rd, Parcel .70 

Acre— 4.40. 
Gaynor, Hattie-Ferry B. IRd., 1 Lot-2.40. 
Gorato, George— Wke Plat, Lot 1-8.40. 
Mnton, C3iarles-<%ent, Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, BBc 

4-4.80. 
Hobnes. Margaret (Mrs.)-Pecan Gardras, 

Lots 18, a, 20, BUc a-3.60. 
Jom^, ^eraoider— Feny B. Rd., l.a 

Acres-49J». 
Jennmgs, ISb-Gt. Bri^ Rd, 8.0 Acr«— 

14.49. 
J<mes, Leon A. ft Amanda C-ferry B. Rd, 

Put of Lot I^ Jl Mif, 80 X ttO'-4.«9. 
Kdnpodie ]lHido«i^i&ic.-BolaiMi, Lot Ar- 



Virflnla Bosch mH, 
Thur8day, November U, 1965 

P999 34: 

38.40. 
Ketter, Annie-Pecan G«rdM, Ijli i^ 1^ 

BUc 21-4.40. 
Ketter. Annie-^^oan f^rima. Lot 80^ lii 

31-40. 
Lewis. Jdm-New Li^t Paicd-I^.80. 
McCoy, Frmk^n— KemiMEvin^ Pared B» 1.9 

Acre— 5.20. 
^feaI. Chaite ft Luveila— Feiry P^t Rd, 

1.25 Acre-62.00. 
Ow«is, W^orv-Firry B. Road, 1.0 ^ex*^ 

2.40. 
Parkei*, wmiam-LmdoB Bri(|p, 5.0 Aa«i-« 

20.«). 
Parsons, John W.-WMe Plat, Lot 1-2.49. 
Price, Thad— Pecan Gardwis, Lot 24,^BUc 41 

-t-l.W. 

Richardson, Lfflian T. ft Raymond S.-Ne#. . 

town Ghent, .5 Acre— 27.60. 
Riddick. Columbus-^erry PI. Rd., J Acre 

-1.60. 
Riddick, Joim R,-London Bri4|e. 6.0 Acres 

-38.40. 
Riddick. Tlmdfiy, Jr. ft Oatt^rina-Feny 

Point Road. I^ 4—2.40. 
SherriU. J. W.— Indian River Rd., .75 Aa«-» 

- 22.80. . ^ — _ 1 

Silvester. htalk^^fyB^ H. Rd, J Acs»^ 

•2.40. ---^ '-\n ' 
Smith, Jfflnra et ux— Ferry PoiiK Rd., Col<M«d 

Gh«it. Lot 7B 108x125-31.20. 
Wiite, Cary N.-Colored Ghmt. Lot 1-8.401 
Wiggin's, Simon— Gt. Bridge Rd., 7.0 Aerefr- 
a.20. 

WUkins, Elsha-Ot. Bridge Rd., 8.0 Acret-.. 

WiniMtis, Ah^my— Gum Swamp, 1.0 Acre— 

21.20. 
WiUiams, Charfes-StoseRMmt, Li^ 1— aJO. 
WilUams. diaries— R(»emont, Lots 2 to 6— 

10.80. 
WiMianM, Martha, Est.— Kempsvine. 1 Plat 

-2.40. .^^ 

WiUiana. Minrrie L— FN^i Gardois. Lots B^ 

60, BUc 19-8.40. 
Witeon, Olivia-Ferry Pt. Rd., M Acre-11.20. 
Wright, George T.-Indian River, LoU 1. S, 

-10.60. 

KEKB>SVILLE MOS COLORED 
^urrington. Wdter McK ft Gertnidfr-E. N«r- 

fdk. Lot 43, BUc 106-2.52. 
Butts, James W.-^Wise Plat, Lot 4. BDc 1- 

31.08. 
C^ffri^Um, LuqM!i\b^ fi^ ||4y|# 4>B|k 

1— 8.S2. '~ — "*~^ 

Davis, EUen-Sti). of tract 1 A. W. Comyc 

Lot E. .50 Acre-31.(B. 
FVeemm, Lon^sa-jCdlam Rd., 2.77 Acres 

28.68. 
Freonan, Mil^-Oreat Bri^ Road, Lot 4— 

4.0 Acres-7.56. 
Gardner, Fannk^-Wiae F4at U^ 1, BBc 4- 

GUdu*id, Ihomas Lee-<jt. Brkige Bi., Wf 

X 75'-47.0l. 
Harris, caafOice ft^Aosie Lee-Attred lie- 

Oeoiiy TVact Ptfcd— f7JB. i 

liwton, Mary Ndn WIMBlbBwd^ .» nere , 

98.40. 
Jdwscm, Charles A., d ux-Afivd McCfcnif 

Property, .5 Acre— .84. 
KiiribaU. Samud-^Wise Plat, Lots SI ft SS, 

Hk 3-10.06. 
Knox, Fred ft Sarah^empsvMe, 1 Aire, ' 

more or less— 47.88. , 

Lasdter, EUzabeth Uzzle et ais-HdUnd, Lot 

2ffi, 1.73 Acre»-4.78. 
Levie, Samud ft Rosa Le&-6oOand Tarae« 

S. ^ of Lot 11, BBc 1-S8,S. 
McCtenny. AM-ed-KerapsviBe, SO Acres, mora 

(M* less— 30 Ji 
MdCoy, Aknao ft Mae-Queen CSty, Lota 1, 3, 

3, 4, Hk 2-4.63. 
Mdvin, Ruddfdi ft Bartwra HnWmid, .S 

^Te-1.68. 
BIBkr, Jmms E.-HoBand, 9.0 A cr e s WJ A 
Nichok, CHftOQ Mediae ft Sardi-WiBe Flat. ' 

Lots 10, 11, Hk 1-U.a. 
Kkbols, Samud-4Cdlam Rd. U Acre»-« 

ffI-32. 
dvertoD. Cui^ ft Mbdle-Kempsvfle, Jf 

Acre-17.6i 
Sanderson, Wille et ux-Great &idge BiMid," 

Lot A— 27.72. 
%]«u:e, Lee EUa M(HTi8— Ww PUi, Lot 38, 

BUc »-46.20. 
Spence, Lee Wia Aforris-Wlse Plat, Lot 31-« . 

2.52. 
Wdke, Fkssie-N. Landing Rd.. 21J Aeres^ 

75.ffl. 
Whttdnuyt, DeU»-Kempsvffle, .5 Aen—M. 
WiHiams, Elijah ft Emily— KenpsviDe, Lft. 

Acre— 40.32. 
WiUiams, Eaijdi ft Eimity-Kempsvffi^^UI 

Acres— 27.7S. 
WiUiKns, EUjah ft Emily-Kemp^iSe, 8.8 

lAci^-6.30. 

LYNNHAVEN REG. COLORED 
Andrews, Ei^ene B.— Nortii Va. Beach, Lot 

16-33.84. 
Bdl, J. L.-Lynnhavoi, 4.0 Acre»-6.4& 
Dose. John-Terrapin Iffl, 1.0 Acre-a5.81 - 
Drewitt, John Edward-OUve Hd^^ Lot tf 

-3.96. 
Freeman, Hany Est— Lynnhaven Parni— 

3.96. 
Giliiard, Mamie E.-EucUd. SO" x 100'-4Jl' 
HoUoway, WiUiamt-Cox Bridge, S.0 A<3es- 

28.08. 
J<^ner, Jesse ft Muy Lee-IiUfe Ned^ JBI 

Acre-30.80. 
Keys, Obed— Link. Bay, 3.0 A<3e-a3.40. 
K^. Obed-Iank. Bay, 3.0 Acres— 7J0. 
Wright, Albert-Hroad Bay, l.a Acws-aJI. 
Wright, Aljert, Jr.-Broad B^ Parcel-8.a^ 
Wri^t, Al)ert ft Mabel-4H«ad B«y Pared- 

2.16. 

LYNNHAVEN M08 CMABED 
Ackiss; LiBian-Lot F, Seabttk (Badbd)— 

30 7B 

Ackiss, SroaUwood, Jr., ft LQIian ft Jeaa- 

A. ft I. Oq.-Li^ 6 to a, B& 3-SB.7S. 
AJcins, LBHttii-Oceaiia CkffdHM, ftac^ % 

Hk S2-a6J2. 
Askew, Grady * IMona S.-<Nir8 C^«ek If. 

^ «f Let S-as.m 
Biriiey, JoafaHMtessBa. ^e 6, 98 x VSt 

-4.tt. 



1 



IVBiHH^^WB^ 



■^"■-^■^^■IWP 



9^44: 



1 



im% ft 

n, of n«t «. », tots 31. ^-^.«. 

MMi mi$h mrwiiii 6n«n, Lot tt. 

tikm-mjm. 

WilitMf. Wiinill ftih ii GwdeM, Lot M. 
BarcUf. Jto«|li-Ooeiuia Gar^sa, Lot IS, 
BarcW, jQH|)h-Oc«iu Gvd^. Lot li. BIk 



Bmdm, JoMpb-Ocewiu Lot I7, Ok 51-(.ia. 

BH^ait . ^Miii. Jr.~Oce«ia Gardeii, Lot H 
toS,^«, $0-11.80. 

I, Joe, ^., i CMhMtofr-Oceana Ga^ 
I, SulxL, «, 50. Lot 44 to 47-iL36. 

BHm«^ Jtmm K. k tbeim R.-C^^eam 
6«fden». Let SB-UK 

Bean, UOy-Ocem* Gardeng E. 76' of Lot 1, 
mk S^VtM 

Beniw John Waker it Leasle Mae-N. Duke 
VMra. Lot 3-« J2. ^ 

Bnye, UHm-Seafeack, 90 x 150'-21.aB. 

Brawn. Janifei A WlMe teB-C>m-green Ter- 
race, Lot G, Mc 1-n.m ^^r^ 

Ajr^ iraioo-Bean Garden, IM i,;Bft &- 
CM. 



Rot m. .5 Acre-ll.Ol 
Ol|li». VIrgida Lee-Chafliatn, io Aetes- 

6US. 
6Hle-. Ande B. fc Mary L. Wright-Oceana 

Gardow, Lot tt, Bft Sl-4.18. 
OolMd (Mon MlBskn. Inc.-LyiuAaven. 1.0 

Coo^y, Bennle-^Sec. B, Ocean A Lot 



Coatan, James k Uatf^J. -Oceana Gardois, 

iraekvflb. Lot C ft D, BDc 25-17.48. 
a>m&, MHes W. ft Martha E.-South OUve 

Ol^ib. Lot S-S130. 
Q t^ tewre , LucHle-Oc^na, 1.812 Acr^, Part 
^olTfacta, ft>t l-4e.40. 
ftn^ Jr., (^»rpatiti<»-Oceana, Plot 26, 75 x 

Si»-«48. 
tti^xrMke. diarks L.— Oceana Gea^ens, 

Lot fl, BJk 4B, 50-127.30. ^ 

De^Mimette, CSurles L.— Oceana Gardos. 
;4LBt 18, Blk 49, 50-4.18. 
DeJtouDette, Charles L.— Ocemui Gardav, 

Lot 19, 20, 21, nk 40, 50-10.26. 
Doder, Mary— Oceoia Gardess, Sdbi., 49, SB, 

Loti S3, S4-3B.12. 
tkvm, Lertus-CliveJel^ Anm.^ ^ 37 

Dtdnt, Nanirie 0. Elli§— Oceana Gardens, LoC 

33, Site C, 25 X 1?5'-1.S2. 
OoAtf , Jifius ft MUdb^d-Wotf Snare. Lot 

N, .686 Acres-50.1«. ^ ,, 

Kdikey. Otf^a-Ooetiia Gan^i. tot SI, iMt 

EdB^, SarA F.-Oceana C^tlens, Kk S, 
EteMie. lOtflo-Ltttle Neck. .252 Acre- 



14mm. Bec].-C»atei, Lot 10, WT s tfT 
#oH0e^ EuBioe ft nlmas— Oiaaam. M x 



^dsiOB. Hvfart^-RofiiaB, 10 Aa«a~«e.4B. 
Joeee, (Aaite ft iMtH-'-Ollve MgMi Afr 

hot 1, LM ^— 4iJl. 
looai, G^«va— Oceana Gardos, SO x V 

JeMi, O a aava Oceana Gardeia, 200 x iB' 

of Lot »^.70. 
JMea. Ibxei-Oceana, FM 26, .26 Acre-4B.74. 
J<Mm, Mamie E.— Seatadi, 1.0 Acre— 7S.M. 
Jems, Mlpb-Seatack, SRritfi f%«. Lot M. 

17— 4. W. 
Jixm, fla%l»>-^9eatadc, SmMi Flat, Lot tt. 

19-4. tt. 
Jonci, IViflie A.— Oceana, Pkt 26, 75' ?c 180' 

-a».i6. 

Jordan, ICharleB G— Bean Gardoi, Lot 20, 

Joyner, Albert L., et m-Lyxaiavm, S. % 

of Site A, 1.0 A(ere-n.8». 
Ketter, C. B.-Chatham Cot-9.88. 
fCnox, Irene ft Urther— Oceanli, Ackias Land, 

Pt. of Lot D-32.87. 
Lamb, David ft Mmy-nAckiss Land, Replat 

of C ft \i Of B, Lot 1-98.86. 
Lmnb, David ft Maiy-^ckiss Land. Re^t 

of Cft% of B, Lot 2-1.52. 
Lanlb, David ♦ Marjr^^ckiss 

of C ft ^ of B. Lot 3—1.92. 
Mason, Daniel ft (Men-Great Neck, Plot 9, 

Alburgo- Wat, .25 Acre— 15.96. , 
Mason, WflUati T., et als-Cape Bemry, Sec. 

G, Lot 3, BBc 5-8.36. 
Mason, William T., et ab-€ape Henry, Sec. 

a, Lrt 6, Blk S-5.70. 
Reason. WilliMn T., et als— Cape itewy. Sec. 

G, Lot 75 Bft 5-5.70. 
Maaon, WUliam T., et als— Cape Henry, Sec. 

G, Lot 8. Mt 5-5.70. 
Mason, WilUam T., ei als-O^ Hen^, Stc. 

G, Lot 9, Blk S-5.70. 
MasOT, WilliairKT., et ak-Cape Henry, Sec. 

G. Lot 10, Blk 5-5.70. 
Mason, WUliam T„ et als— Cape Henry, Sec. 

G, Lot 11. Blk 5-57.00. r . 
Mamn, Willian T., et ab-Cape Hstry, Sec. 

G. Lot 12, Blk 5-6.84. 
Mason, William T., et als-Cape Henry, Sec. 

G. Lot 13, Blk 5-78.86. 
Mason, William T., et als-Cape Henry, Sec. 

G, Lot 14. Blk 5-78.66. 
Maa)n, Willian T., et als-Cape Henry, Sec. 

G, Lot 15, Blk 5-78.66. 
Mason, William T., et akr-C^ HMry, Sec. 



Lot 16. ^ 5-78.81^ 



Eftaridge, I^n^id-Oceana Gardeos, Lot 3, 

Ift iMn.8i. 
INVM. &^ Um-^OtiVt Credc, .25 A«e— 

til. 

Vtetress, T. W.-A. I. ICo., Lots 19, 2i. BDc 

4-48.fl. 
F^i*«ss. Ibomas-nA. I Co., Lot 31, Blk 4- 

SO.A. 
rentten, lliomas-A. L Co.. Lot 22, Blk 4- 

i.m. 

Mliee, Ltffsetba-Seatadc, Lot fI-46.74. 
I. Sekmm, Jr., et i^, Tra.— SiAiUi 
Cemi^efy. Lot P-3iB. 
Mttiwi!, Jr. et /i», Tr8.-SaiDts Rest 
Cmaaivf, Lot %-4M. 

fMbal, SiAMnaa, Jr. et atfa. 7^.-8iriats Rest 
C«iaeteg7, lot S-^.2B. 

^Niiik, S^dMon, Jr. et Oa, Tr8.-Saints Rest 
C^SH^esy, Lot T— 2JB. 

hnkm, SotttiQii, et ux — Oceana Gar- 
dens. Lot 21-iB.ll 

jAatAce, Stdomm, Jr. ft Haa^-Beacoa Vil- 
life. Lot &-.». 

f\nbee, llieodore B. ft Kathertae H.--«ea- 
tiK^ Bctm PM, Lot 4-12.38. 

|t«cioan. Willion D.-Seatack (Buifoot). Lot 

(^Oer, J<A»-A. L Co., Lot 1, BBt 1-8.12. 
^i^. Ifttam t. ft Beulah M.-Chatham. 

1^ A ge* K .72. 
|«D^, ^Bxs ft E3ha— Burfords Mode, A-1 

-4.18. 
Gdtoi, Earl M., Jr. ft Marian I.-Great. 

Hade (Goffigao Estate), Lot «-2J8. 
edfiAto, HflUan Melvta! ft Shirky-SratM^ 

(Burloot} Pt of L.. G.-lsa. 
arNMead. J. J.-Great Nedc. .80? Acrfr- 

tSB. 
Btf. WHlie ft DeUa W. 01d&-Seatack, Lote 

2. 3. 4. IM Acri^2J6. 
HNfpe'* LilUe M.r-Booker WasKmgton P^k, 

Lot *- H of 7. BUc 1-28.88. 
mtm, Dffiuel A.-Owl's Creek, 1.0 Acre- 
IMS. 
JUtrii, WUred Wafter ft Losie Walker James 

-Oceana Gardes^ Part c* Lot 4, B& 34- 

2.2V. 
W^' i^ R- Jr.-Eiffitem Shan, .f7 

Ifid». Albert L. & M^iry M— Bodcer Wash- 

bl{|Mii Park, Lots 12, !3. Blk 4-36.48. 
m^, James ft Gladys B.-Owl's Cre^k .23 

tMbb, Leo ft Nancy G.-9eatack, Pt. of Lot 

WwilM, Sarah— 0(^lutt gardens, Pkit 36, 

Lot 6-4.18. '^ 

HunBe, Andrew— Ctediam f^rcd— .78. ^ 
Hurdie, Deves-0*i's Creek, 4.0 Acpes—14.82. 
Oirdle, Virginia— NorOi Se^adc<3iathaan, .18 

Acre— l.BI. 
IfiMdiitison, Beul^ Dat^try-du^Ron Par- 

cel-S4.T2. 
ib]7ian. Dwight Earf^-Owl's Creek, S. Pt. ol 

Ut 5-3.04. 
HynMtfi. Frances-^^ack, Ft. of 21, ^ S-A 

■a«i.30 . . 
l^flpiR, Mary JaMMS^ft«:k P»vd-34.29. 
Tinned, Alice ft.-OoMta Gar^is Subd., ^, 

fO.. Lota 50. 51, S2-54Ji 
iltam, AlJbi et al9-^dM% GteJOi, Lot 2, M 

Acn-AM 
Miigm> S- J- B.^nummBx mt0mi.l$. 



Mddoy. Ozie, B. ft Fred^e Way-Ooyte Tom 

Aniiex, Lot 8-60.16. 
BIkl-State Homes, Inc-Oiatham. Pared 

< 109. V x 95* )-50. 16. . 

Miniu, Loiuae— Oceana Gatiem, M M. 0f, 

LotC-5.70. 
Minns, Mary— Oceana Gardens, Lot 6 ft N., 

66' of 36. BBc 49, 50-62. 
Morgan, Cliftoo-Grea^ Neck-GoSigan Estate. 

Lot*9-3J4. ,.. , ^^ ^ .^ 

MarpOk, Johnawv-SeaefiSl^liWtlf; .Wl iial-= 

40.66. 
McMTifs, HanyLli.-?<€hatiuan, 2A Ad:-^— 30.«. 
Morrs, James Levy ft Alb«rta F.-Eaateai 

aore. Lot 1—2.28. 
Moas, Hill-Owl's Creek Parcei-1.52. 
Nidiols, (N^tiianiel-Seatack, Smith Flat, Lot 

11-2170. 
Okls, El>ert H. ft Geneva-Rqy Smith Plat, 

Lot 12-39.64. 
Olds. James L.-Owl's Credt, 108 x S(f Par- 
cel— 82.82. 
Owens, Dora M.-Oceana Pkit 26, Lot 100 x 

ISO", .37 Acre-5.70. 
Owens, Laura A.— Ooeana Giu-dens. Lot 1, 2. 

Blk 51-41.80. 
Pakner, Stagey Randolpb-Ooyie Town An- 
nex, Lot 26, 27—31.28. 
Parker, S. C. ft Mary-A. L Co., Lot S, 24, 

Blk 3-30.40. . 
Parsons, Ocie L. ft Mdbel E.— A. I. Co., Lot 

B, Blk 2-2.28. 
Pettway, Oolah Naoni-^E. Norfolk, Lot 17, 

Blk 105-2.28. 
Ridley, Loias ft Ada-Chatham, .63 Acre— 

34J6. 
Sanderlin. l^4ia J. ft Alvi^-ChatJiam, 1.17 

IAcre»-3.^ 
Seaskm, Archie-A. L Co., Lot 20, 21. Blk 2 
-^ -«7.2L ^ 

Siarp, James— Seatack. Part of Lot 10-^.22. 
^arp, James R.— Owl's Creek, N. Part of 

Lot 1-43.22. 
Sharpe. Jdm Russell-Chathi^n, 3.53 Acres 

-22.04. 
Shaw, Helen-Seatack, Lot B-22.80. 
Sbaw, Mildred Laura-Oceana Gardens S^M., 

« ft S(MLot 57-6.70. 
Siler. C. /Uno»-A. I. Co., Lot 17, 18, B& 4- 

4.18. / 

Sivils. Alex-^Booker Washington Park, Lot 1, 

2, Blk 3-30.21. 
anith, FVank L. ft GeraWine G— Owl's Crec* 

Parcel— 2.28. 
&nith, Robert ft Gertrude-Seatack* Lot 100 

X 37r-30.S2. 
Smidi, William-SUbd.. 35. Oceana Gardens, 

Lot 8-l|2. 
Sparrow, jsaiws— ChaQ«m, l.O Acre-3.42. 
SpeUman, Laydem-Seatack, Burford, Block 

Site B— «.66. 
Spence, Elmer C. ft IX>ris C.-Chath«an, 2.d 

ActM— 4I.W. . 
^ratley, Evelyn D.-Oceana Gardens, Ld 

12-7.60. 
Staton, Jessje-Olftre Heists. Lot 13 ft W. ^ 

d 14-lB.M. 
Sutton, Arthir J. ft MoUie-HtJrdJe, 1 Lot, .215 

Tan?. D. W— Oceana Gardens, Lot 100 x ^'. 

Blk -4^-4. 18. 
■rtJdnpson. Ben .ft Sadie, E.-Oce^ia G^dtts. 

Lot 10, li. Blk 0, 50-38.38. 
Turner, istdle ft CharlilM:aiatham Pared, 

(12^ X 75')-53.98. 
United Dealers iCorp.-D<^le Town MmK, 

Lot 7-29.84. 
United Dealers Coip.— UiAhom Bay, Pi. d 

•ft^d P.. .3 Acre— 2.ffl. 
Wance, CUrKKe-Clttthsttn. 3.8I# Acrte- 

41.01. 
Wafke, Mary Jane Hyman — OuMham. .31 

Aae6^.88. 
W'hmsa, iPb^DMCfa#am. M kaem.m. 



Lot S.; Sle. l-4p 

Whttebiffst, David. Jr.-OidMli. t« Aere>^ 

WUUarai, C^ A^^oMai mmn,%£ 
Plot li. ONtt 1%1'Mi^ it ftra tt A Aki# 

WiWame. Danid B ft Ela Lea W antti H . 

Duke Tmm, Lot 14 ft M tf iMir.8#. 
Williams, GeorgU A., ft tft-OiiI'S QnNii. 

8.4 A crea 3 Je. 
WiUiffins, Hden Sh^jfM^Ona, Ld 7, ^ 

10.26. 
Widiantt. Katherlne T-mBtpb ferract. Ld 

6, m 1-7.80. 
Williams, Margard Qsdee-fieataek, .141 

Acre-54.78. 
WllUams, Rd)ert A.-Oiattiam, 1.0 Aia^^ 

3.42. 
Williams. Rdjert A.-dce«M, 8.0 Acr»-lS.36. 
Wikon. Owa ft Bedrice Gormandy— Oc€wa 

Gardens, Subd., 49, SO, Ld 88-8.70. 
Witeon, L, B.-Ocewa, 1 Ld-41.^1. 
Wilson, L. B.-Oceana, Ld 2—4.18. 
Wilsm. Ste|]hai-Chatham, Sharp Flat. Ld 

E-41.42. 
Wilson, Stephen— Dou^as t»ark, Ld 2MI.4S. 
Wood. James E.-Book CT WaAingto Park, 

If ^, BK f-lM , 

Wood. James E. ft Annk S.-BodiK' tWIi' 

ington Park. Lot 4, 5, BQc 4-55.48. 
Wood. JaiTies E. ft Annie S.-Bodcer Wash- 
ington Park, Lot 16, 17, Blk 4-4.18. . 
Woodhouse, Ben^min-Ocema Qardens, Ld 

2, Blk 21-34.79. 
Worrell, Sidney-Swrtack, Smith f^, Ld 7 

-2.28. 
Wordey. PaiMte L— Ewrp^ffl Terrace, Ld 

M, Blk 2-38.88. . 

Wright. France^ GofSSh I JMSaMleatadi 

(Burfod) Pt, d Ld C-l.Sa. 
Wright, Mary L.-Oc«Ba Offl^efis. Ld M, 

BUc 51-36.72. 
Wright, Mary L.^20ceana Garden, Ld tt. 

B» 91-4.18. 
BUR OF FRINCSBn ANNE REG. CQUHOSO 
Abbott, Redwin Lawrrace ft Betty— Wed N«k 

Pared IT, 1.7 Acre*-2.98. 
Basnight. Ilftodore ft Rosa— North Landbig 

iRoad, 1.0 Acre— 36.84. 
Bcywser, Bd-nard ft Elizabeth-Wed Neck, 

1.0 Acre-38.T2. \ '^« 

Britt L. A.. Ed.-Court House. 45 Aft»- 

1».71 ^ 

Britt^JkAit Hfeg-gomt House. 3.0 Acres- 






mnmo omomd 
6. irtbaA a. M^m-mmft 




DMdl^. IdA i Ltf^-4^«BlB. S Aae^Vf.m. 



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LahA, ftfiart ft A | a sa ft i^p Putsd— lA. 
Lawdace, Srtile Janes ft Geoi|« fthaiJa 

Neck< M Aa»-tt.l8. 
Munden, Haarkl. Jr.-4hNa'8 Patat. lOT n 

ioo'-itja. 
SUby. B. S.-^mmt % Acras-^JS. 
Sndth. AftMrt ft CaiiCfiBft^4ha^, l.o Acre 

-^71. 
Smith, .tamas R-^-idhd, JB Acre-8.20. 

LVNNllATEN MRUS WffillL 

CdoR, Pm^ J., d aUMLJdAcra Estates. 

Ld i-38.ai. 
Oaton, Percy J., d ala-UddMn Estates, Ld 

18-».66. 
Ferrdl. MMon Q. ftThenitt S..^.-Oe«M 

GimlKd Hat. Ld 1 W. tt d S-17.10. 
Lynn. Cckmy Cerp.-Ljnn Oeimf. Ld »— 

57.00. 



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L. A., fid. IwHn Imkb^ ReWI. 4 

Aicr^, more w* less-5.44. 
Brtwk, Vernon L.-Dorier's Bricfees, Pared 

70 X 10O'-34.32. 

Brown, Tljamas— Pungo, 1.0 Acre— 1.21 " 
l^itts, C. J.— Land Town, 4.0 Acres— 39.38. 
Butts, C. J.— Land Town, 3.4S Aci^es— 4.MI. 
Cason, Ervin-Mind Son VSU^. Sec 1. Lot 

'IS-IA, 



CMon, Ervia B. ft Afi^ J.-Mowit Heo 

Village. Ld l4-44.#. 
C^^, ri orge BiUy-Owlers Bridges, 4.8 
■ •; jAB'es--3.96|^.^,...,^^ _^^ ■—:;;;:.^.i^_-.:^- -^-^-^_ - 
iftetfi, Ha^Mft <0aaia S.-l)odefi BiSp, 

.9^ Acre— 39.36. 
Comick, Chdife-North Landing Road, 4 

lAcres— 16,96. 
Creekmore, Uam^ ux-Wed Neck, 2.0 

Acres— 8.96. 
Cuffee, Richard A.-iWed Nedt, Lot K, 1 

Acre, mwe or less— .64. 
Davies, Abann ft May M.-N. Ltpling Road, 

0.53 Acre-30.72. . j, * ! ' 
Dawley. E. A.. Jr.-4ll%d ifel*, f.« Men, 

nwre or less— 2.88. 
Ethridge, Percy Lee^Wed Neck, 1.27 Acres, 

nwre or less— 40.32. 
Ethridge, Robert ft FVapces-Bowen River, 

.23 Acrfr-1.28. 
Ethridge, WilliMti C, Jr. ft Rosanna-Bowen 
" iRiver, .23 Acre— 1.28. 
Ethridge. William C, Jr. ft Rose Anne- 

Bcwen River, .35 Acre— 1.92. 
Fentress, Lillian B.— Bowen River, Tract C-t, 

4.0 Acres-3.52. 
Fentrfes, Lillian B.-Bowen River, Trad "E" 

4.4 Acres— 4.16. 

Harris, Thomas J., Jr. ft B«1ha Mae Moi^an 

-JBowen River, 11 Acres-8.M. 
Highter, George Alexander— Wed Neck Par- 

cel-1.2B. 
IkAly. Bertie-Salon, 1.26 Acres, more or less 

-2.88. 
Holly, Geonr^-Salem, .25 Acre&-1.28. 
Holly, George-^lem, 3.75 Acres, mwe or 

less— 87.04. 
Hunter, Sevmi-Bowen River, 17 Acres-16.S2. 
Johnson, William Henry— Wed Neck, Ld F, 

1.5 Acres— 1.28. ^ 

Kemps, Mary U-Shipp's Bridge, 13 Acres- 

15.68. 
Lee, Martha— E^em 9jore. Parcel— 1.92. 
Lynch, Alexander ft Carrie E.-Oosiers 

%i<i^s, .51 Acres— 12.16. 
Mitdiell, George Iv. ft Wycess M.-Pungo. 

l.n Acr«— 2.^. 
Mitchell. Grace ft Roy |,ee-Doeiers Bridges 

Parcel, esx. 50'-13.80. 
Morings, Leon-'Itolland, Pt. d 33, Lot A, 1.6 

Acre— 2.88. 
Nforris, Delia-^West Neck, 6.68 Acres— 2.72. 
Owens. EilJ^, Jr.-2.0 Acres, Dozier's Bridge 

-16.96. 
Owens, James C. It ftennle P.-Nimmo, 22 

Acres— 19.20. 
Perkins, WiDiam-^est Neck. 2.4 Acres-8.96, 
Pluraner, Emed W- ft.Estella-Land To^, 

.^ Acres— 14.7i. 
Hkifck. Norman-JNortti Landing Road, 7.0 

Acres— 23.88. 
Salter, Jean AdeUe-Wed Neck, Lot E, 1.36 

Aeics— .84. 
Sivile. (>€. d als-Doti»'s Bridge, 2 Acres, 

n»re^Js»-^8i. 
Tvter. Lelia— Salnxms 'ft-i^e Fared— 1.28. 
ifid^, Ldla-SaWion's irl%* Parcd-30.fl8. 
Weston, Maiy Bdlj-Bowen mm. Pared "B" 

.#7 Ac^e-l4.40. 
Whittii^ton, Fred ft Rebecca-*-Wed Neck, .25 

i^d«-^l.l8f. 
Wiltois, Magdalen V.-North Landin|" Road, 

id Acres-^^. 
Wifflams. Isiah-«<WMj » Addh-«.te: 
Wilson, Jda ^'.^meh frM|e, .5 



ffdUHNIA: 

In the dirk's Office d ttii Cfr- 
ctilt Court d the CHy d Virgida 
Beach on the 5th day d Pfo^^ero- 
ber, 1985. 
STATE HIGHWAY COMMSSOW^ 

E» OF VIRGINIA. Pditionir. 

FLORENCE MOOI^, ufiharrfed 
1S39 WaAingtra Ave. ExXetmrn 
Virgida Bwich, Virginia; 
MARY MOORE, Widow. 
1983 Wadiiiq^ Ave. EbEtdid<» 
Virginia Beach, Virginia; 
MAXUAL MOORE, single, 
1939 Washin^h Ave. Extefiskm 
Virginia Bea^h, Virginia; 
ROBERT MOiSmE aiid -^ ; 
FRANCES MGK»E, his Hhk, 
1124 Jackaonl^red 
Virginia Beach, Virginia; 
BAZEL MOORE, «%w^ 
1124 Jackson ^rad 
Virginia Beach, Virginiai^. 
THBLMA ELIZABE1H MOCto, 
widow, 
""""WS Washin^SQ Ave. Extesim 
Virginia Beach, ^glnia; '•:ni ! ; ^ 
MARY M. ROBESiTS and 
FORBES RO^mTS, her hus- 
band. 
1933 Washington Ave. Extension 
Virgida Bea<A.' Vhr^nia; 
LILLIAN M. WRIGHT and 
MH^TCn^ WIUGHt, her husband, 
8% Main Creek Road. 
Chesapeake. Vk-gfaiki; 
NANCY MOORE, widow, 
1134 Jaekson Stred 
Virgid^ ^each. Vii^a; 
FLOYD W. MOORE, minor, and 
DAVID A. MOORE, minor, 
c/o J, Peter Hofland, HI, 
Attnney ak Law 
2604 Padfic Avenue, . 

Vk-gida BW), Virgkmi; 
PHmiS A. MOORB, minor. 
1933 Washhi^n Ave. E^ctension 
Virgida Bead), Virginia; 
SAORA MOORE, 
HELE^ M. FULLER. 
WALTto FULLER, 
JANE E. GORNTO, 
DEVANY;P. GORWlt), 
and the siHViving i^Muses, If any, 
noct of kin. heirs al law, decsajd- 
&m d, iM all odi«- persons 
having an hit«-«t in the proper- 
ty to ne condemned in these pro- 
ceedinip, and in the remains of 
JnmS£ MOCmE, EUGENE 
MOORE, and d anv other per- 
sons buried ih the private ceme 
tery known as "Moore Ceme- 
tenr," dif rttts Aveilue, Virgin- 
ia Beach .Vir^nia, the names 
of idildi perdriis b^g unknown, 
and are hetdsy [ODceeded 
againd as "PifU^ Udcnown." 
DdendfHits. 

Dvder s( Pid^ttnitiea 
The d>jd^ of this sdt is for the 
petitwner to acqp^ by condemna- 
tion the fee sitlqple title, including 
but nd llh^^ to, an easements 
of access, hgM and air. incideit 
to the lan<(s dxttttng upon s^d 
property takeo fd a IMuted access 
highway. sfA upon any ramps. 
k)qis or cdmectlti^ tirith or &t 
Intersecting h^ways, and ail 
tights of iiig^! wd egr^ to and 
from the sf^ road; and for au- 
thority to rm^ any ahd all bod- 
ies buried in the land to be con- 
demn^ aaitfi reQjt<er the same in 
a so^Me i#«ltmy or r^siw^- 
ies, The pai(x;d d. land tq be tak- 
en in tHiii iMoaettngs is de- 
scribed as Vmfitn: 

BcAlil aft nolM) OB ^Kd S03^17 
and Sl^il^ «i the ^ans to foe 
used for Route 44, ^de Highway 
Pt^mW^^M, R/W 201, and 
1^ on the liMI (leit) sMe d 
the eaittdW^ te drvey WM 



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frwn the existing east ri^t of vrsy 
line d Parks Avenue oppoaite ap- 
proximate Statim 639 plus 26 to 
the existing wed ri^t d way line 
d a 20' stred oHXJsite apprwri- 
mde Station 638 pkis 89, and^ con- 
tainteg 0.087 acre, noore or less, 
land; and being a part d the same 
land ac<]uired by Uw landowm^r 
fron John P. Jones and Vaterie 
C. Jodes by deed dated September 
5, 19&, and recorded in Deed Book 
152. Page 203, in the Office of the 
derk d the Cfrcuit Court d tiie 
City d Virginia Beach. 

^he above partis are hereoy 
notified that the State Highway 
CcHianiffliaier d Vhginla will on 
the 30th day of November, 1965, 
at 9:00 a.m., or as soon thereafti? 
as counsd may be "heard, niove 
tl^ .hidge of the Circuit Court of 
tiie Ci^ d Virginia Beadi, Vir- 
ghiia, at the Courtiiouse, thaed, 
Pr&u>e8s Anne Station, iar the ap- 
pointmeH of tonnnissioaa^ to av 
certahi what will constitu(<3 Ju^t 
compeisatkin for the land above 
(ie8ert)ed vMth the State Hi^woy 
OcaranisskKier jvop^es to condenm 
fw the location, construction, uper- 
atkm and maintaoance d ^ate 
Hi^way Rode 44, Project OOM- 
134-101, R/W 201. in the CJty d 
Virginia Beach, and to av^ard dam- 
ages, if any, reauhhi^ to the ad}a- 
c^ or dher pn^rty of th*; own- 
ers, beyond any edumcemcut in 
vahie which may acoue to said 
property an a remdt d the locdion, 
c(»^truction, q)a'ati(M) and main- 
tenance d said hi^iway. The own- 
er^p, location and description, of 
the property to be condemned and 
tl^ easements ui connectim there- 
twith, tiie nature d the construc- 
Uon and the location of said high- 
way will fuUy a{q)ear by referenv-e 
to the petition and plan sheets 
filed in the above' styled cause in 
the Clerk's Office of the Circuit 
Court d the City d Virginia ^each. 

And the State Highway Commis- 
sioner will further move the Court 
on sakl dde for .the entry d an 
order authorizing the State High- 
way C(»nmissioner of Virginia to 
do all things necessary and propt-r 
to effed the ronovd d any and 
all bodies buried in the lands to 
be condemned and. to reinta- the 
same m a sUitahk repository or 
repositories, with all costs and ex- 
penses incidait to such remav.-3l 
and reuiterm«it to be diargei to 
the said State Hi^way CcMnmis- 
sioner. 

Affidavit having been made Uiat 
the present addresses d Saora 
Moore, Helan M. Fuller, Walter 
Fuller^ Jane E. Gomto aai Deva- 
ny T. Gornto are unknown, and 
the survivii^ spouses, if any. next 
d kin, hdrs at law, descendants 
d, and any other persons, ^cept 
ttese above named, having an in- 
terest in the propety to be con- 
ddnaed (m* in the ranains of Jen- 
nie Moore, Eugdie Moore, and of 
all other persons buried in the pri- 
vate canetery ttown as "Moore 
Cemetery," m Parks Avenue. Vir- 
^da Beadi, Vb^a, are wifawwn 
to the pditloaer, who has be&a un- 
able to discMva* thdr names and 
addresses dto- due diligence upon 
ills ^ to do sli, all d said par- 
ties are proceeded againd under 
the general deicrl^<m tf "Parties 
Udhwttl)." 

It is accordir^ly ORBBftED that 
the fAmns piarties and any c^t 
p&tam who k or may be ii]^«st- 
ed in the stri>ject matt^ d tills 
catee app^ Wiflilh tdi UO) days 
af^ ^ pdrilcation d this Orcter 
and do ^at 6 ne«^wry to ^9- 
led Ihdr inters. 



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T. nstiBMi, Ci^ 

BY: matf U. UMlB, l^.ft 
iUlam md Kdhnii #.q. 
Bsaid d TrMn Wiililllil 
natUk, Vlrghiia 

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^ Afi^icdim d CAIUXJNA 
GOACH COMPANY for a C«d»- 
<Mt» to extend Motor Bus Pilate- 
9B- Tiran^xnMIni Serv^ uxler 
Ordinanee Na 90 d the C^ d 
VirgtaM Be«*, Va^Am tas been 
filed wHh the oey lkdH«er. 

Pursunt to p«-agrad> * <h) d 
aaki OnUmmce 90, a pybtte hear- 
ing wil be Hdd by tte€oincil of 
the C»y d Vlfglda Beadi at 

.g^ - - J- mm, — ^ jl^-r -^^ASX^aMi^^M 

22, IttS hi the coortrooHft d 
the Oratit Oorid d the City d 
Viitfda Beach. Vto^a to cflo- 
ddir the appUcflUtm for tte fdiow- 
iBg routes: 

Between points In the City d 
Virgtoia Beadi as described be- 
low, serving all intermediate 
poMti 

FVem JiHldion Ind<^>endeiice 
BodevM^ and Fird Cotsii Road 
at RdbbiilB Cenw over Vadep^A- 
ence Boulevard to ^ndioli Ray- 
wood Road, thaice owr H^rwood 
Road (o JuncOon Ari«OBa Bsde- 
vird, and thc^ioe over Aragoia 
Bwileviffd to JindiMi UJS. IB|^ 
way 58, and return ovw the sanae 
route. 

From juncbMi U.S. Highway 58 
and Wkch EHick RoMl d Oi&wee 
OMrmr over Witch Dues Road to 
junction Bonney Road, thence over 
BmmQr Road to junction Prmcess 
Anne Road d . Ken^wvUle. theiK:e 
ovw Princess Anne Hoad to junc- 
tion Sd^n Road d Gaiiups Oxc- 
ner, tttence over Salem Road to 
junction N<»th Landuig Bead, 
thence ov» North Loiding Road 
to junction Princoss Anne Road at 
City Hall, thtfice over Princess 
Anne Roiad to junction Seaboard 
Road, thence over Seatx>ati Road 
to jiuictton Princess Anne Road, 
{Ud thence ov^ Princess Anne 
Hoad to tte Virginia-NOTth Caro- 
lUna Una, ancrsjMum over the 
same route. 

Fran jimctlbi U.S. Highway 60 
Md Gred NecA Road over Gred 
Neck Itoad to junction Fird Co- 
lonial Road, and thoKe over Fird 
QiicMiial Road to junction U..S. 
Hi^ay BRS8, ahd rdum over 
the same route. 

Fnxi) jtmcikm U.S. Hi^way 
BRS8 ana Oceana Bodevard to 
junction Bell's Rodd. and returfi^ 
over the same route. 

STAflLEY A. PHILLIPS. 
Assidant City Attort^ 

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ri^ d way Ii# d FMi Av^iue Afld li is FURlD^ OKIXSSS 



VIRGINIA: 

In the Circdt Court d ti» City 
d Virgida BesK^ on the 29th day 
d October, 19K. 
In the Matter d 

VIRGINIA NATIONAL BANK. 

Executor d tiie Edde of K. C. 

Jo^n^m, decenedi^ 

Shaw Cause <h^ 

It appearing to the Court ttid 
a report d the a(xAunts of Uic 
Vu-gida Natiooal Bade, Eixeeoto: 
of the Estate of K. C. J<^inson, 
Dece^ed, and d the debts and 
demands against bis estate has 
be«i Tiled in the Clerk's Ottioe d 
thb Court, and that six montis 
have elapsed since ~^ qualifica- 
tion, on moUon d said Virgmia 
'National Bank, Executor of the Es- 
tate of K. C. Johnson, Deceased, it 
is 

ORDERED th^ th^ creditors d, 
and all others interested in, the 
Estate of K. C. Johnson, De- 
Ceased, do show cause if any they 
can on the 19th day of Novanber, 
1965, betore this Court in its court- 
room againd the paymed and 
delivery d the Estate of K. C. 
Johnson, Deceased, to the ^devisees 
and I^atees without requiring re- 
funding bonds. <■ 

It k fuithr ORDERED tbd this 
Show Cause Order be {Hiblished 
once a we^ for four suc^ssive 
weeks in the Virginia Beach Sun, 
a newspaper having generd cir- 
culation in the City d Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 

A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: M&7 M. White, D.C. 
WiUcWf Qioke, Sava^ ft Law- 
rence 
3115 Pacific Avenue 
Virgida B^di, Virgfaiia 

ll-4-4t 
COMMmWEAL'fR OF vtiKiilNiA 

a the Caerk's (Xtkx of the Cir- 
cuit Cami d the City of Vu^inia 
Bcadi, on the 2tal d4y d October, 
1965. 

(Mer d PuMicaUoD 
ROY tAYLOR. Plaintiff, 

againd 
Jtrorra, TAYLOR, DeRMtent. 
The oli^ «l U^ sdt IS to oti- 
baa a t&votm i taetsi d boro 



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is a pMMM»d m 
1tt|W^. (fet m iMwa fM «» 
flee aMriaft #ai|: 4n 4B> ftwft. 
^dsid, T^aawylyifa. tt* oNsn* 
tlMt she da snear here vidWto 
tm m) days altar doe puftHev 
tton hipesf. m^ 4» wM aay ftf 
jiaeessuy 4a prded her kita'sd 
hi thia sdi 
A eq^— Irtide: 
^HN V. VENfM^ Claic 
By: Mary M. WMte. D.C. 
%1K^ ft Bnqries 
1389 Uakm Road 
VU]^ Beac^Vlisidft ' 

U44I 

tlfiblMlAi 
la die Clerk's offl^ ol me Or- 
cuttti^art d the (% d ViigUl( 
Bead! on flie S7th di^ d OctaBar, 
1986. 

BtAtE RK3HWAY COMMISSlOll- 
Ht C9f, VIRGINIA, ~^~' 

Coiq^iterat ': ■ 

▼. 
LEMUEL C. SHEPHEN), JR. 
Leet<« fWred 
Waireittai. Vu^tala 
EDrm SiiS>dERO BROOKE 
S17 Graydon Pffll 
Apartm^it 3 
Norfdk, Virginia 
VIRGimA SBBPHESO) 

FERGUSON 
3 l>own Clrde 
BItmXviUe, New Yvk 
VIRGP«A M. SMa^ftRD 
SSI I^n^ect St^ed 
Cok)r«k> Sprh^, OrioTado 
JOHN C. SI£3>HERD 
506 North 17th ^r«>t 
Grand JwdkA, CdMado 
KATHERINE SHEPISRO ROLm 
1229 Lugm Stred 
Santa Fe, New Mexico 
MARY F. BARl^ 
317 24th Stred 

Virginia Beach. Vk^nla J^ J^':i 
and fte surviving spbuswifSP^!, 
next d kin, hdrs d law, de- ^ 
Kcndants d, and all other per- 
sons iMvtag an intered d ^le re- 
mains d MAIU]1ARET GASKIN6, 
SARAH M. WOOWIOUSE, 
GEORGE REE LAM), SMITH 
SHEPHERD, BENNEIt LAND, 
aad SARAH LAND, and d diy ^ 
oth» persons buried hi file priv- 
vate candery known a^ "^lep- ^ 
henfs Cemdery," kicated in 
LdiAin Bridge, Vhrgfaia Beach, 
Vii^ia, the names d whkA per- 
soils behig uiftnown. ahd are 
hereoy proceeded i^d^d M 
"PartiM Udawwn." 1> " 
Ddendads, ' 

order or PoUlailiaa 
The d^ed d Oils suit a fm* die 
dHnpldncmt to obtain panKtaskml 
from the Cfrcdt Court d Ihe Cfty 
d Viri^ia Beach to (fidnter, re- 
move «id reido- witti chie cn« 
and decency the remaha d Mar- 
gard Gaskfais. Sarah M. Wodd- ' 
hoi»e, George Ree Ldid, SBdtt , 
Shepherd. Betuiett Land, ahd Svdi 
Laiiid, and any efb» perscns jboried 
in the portin 8t the {sivate ceme- 
tery known aa tii6 thej^tofi 
Cemetery," located hi LobAmi 
Bri(^, Virgim« Beach. Vl^(idt^ 
said pcurtioD d Mrid cemetery b^g 
didwn on 8hee^ 501-li d (he pieflS r 
for State Highway Route 44. P*o. 
ject 0044-134-101. R/W 2^. a co«^ 
d which pUu died Is attadiad to 
the petition filed in this ewse. 

Ihe shave parties are hereinri 
notTied that the State H^^' 
Commissioner d Virghiia wifi cm 
the 3001 day d Novembtt-, 1988, 
at 9:00 a. m., or as soon tfaeredter 
as counsel may be heard, move 
ttie Judge d the Circdt Court of 
the City of Virghiia Beadi, at &e 
Courthouse thatd, for' an order 
pennltting the removal d said re- 
mains aoA ths reintermoit d fiie 
same m a suitable repository. 

Ai^davit havu^ been made that 
the names and dkb^ses d the 
survivmg spouses, tf any, next d 
kui, heirs at Ihw. dad^idads d. 
and lall othra- p^M» havh^ an In- 
terest in the/rentsiiii d the per-^ 
sons buried in said pIk'Uon d tiie 
private cdheidfy, did^ tH(» de- 
f«idante above natned. ire id- 
know«. aUSttOt ttlgUi « Hm 
part of the eon^do^ to aidl^- 
tain who tMey Aa^ he adT in 'v^at 
County or CwpWitld] ttfy or i% 
of them may feddfe, all witfiout 
dfect; it is ORDERS ftat tte 
above named persms Min art or 
may be hiteredsd hi Oe sdijl^ 
matto- d thk catae tippiar wMun 
ten days aftw pdttcfltten d ttlis 
order md 4oii^ is neeessMy io 
protect. thdr Merests. 
• .And it is FUR'ilfflR ORCKCBE?} 
that this order be pabMied kx 
Um sua:essive wa^ in the "Vh-- 
guiia Beach Sm,"a aewspa^ 
pddidied io tfie City d Vi^gnia 
Beach, Vu-^a, aM tbd a caf^ 
of this order be posted on tl» bul- 
letin board d the Cinaot Court d 
the C^y of Vi^tfnia Beach, Vir- 
ginia.' 
A Copy— Teste: '^' *'- 

Xm V. FENTO^S, Cleric 
ftr: Mary M. .White. D.C. 
Kdahfi and Kpl^o, p. q. 
Boaw! rfTrate JtehBiw 
Ndldk. Virghiia 

l»»4t 



r 



• L^ALmn^ 



AANK Of 
VIMN«A MACM 



nwl 1b 4tt of Jto 4&iirtoii^ > 

«itf BMkrf 

te'bU at it! v^ bMliDg towt 

il PadOc A««BW M 

dny, Hovwoter «. MB at U o'- 
dock in tbt monli^ for te pw- 
pMe ol eonidstag 

to nwcge tte 

4 Muriifcai^i Natioi^ Badi, k>- 
catal ta ^ dty ol Rktewad. 
ital» €f VIrgbria, mdef Ae p«- 
vWn of the kwt of (he United 
Statw, ifaaB be ratified and ooo- 
fiimad, mtfttA to tiw apfnfMld 
Qie Qmi^trila d tba Owroi^. 
Waakfaigtim, D. C, and for the pur- 
poae of votii^ upoo any other mat- 
ters inddmtal to tbt propped 
mmer of tiie two bonki. A o^ 
of pe 0Bmaii a^«na«it, w&- 
ci^ej by a majwitar of th e <Mrertp 
on af »adi of the t«« bairia, pro- 
vklNg for the merger, is <»i fte 
at tke haxk aad ma^ be iiapected 
durfipig biia&ien houn. 

GBORGE T. miULMS, 

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• iWM^Mn^i 



' imM SitiAe d» li 
V fliy flMy Ml, QB At tth nV 
at I^^mhbv, IM^ Mt ivtvp yCTiw 
tm. h*re »e C%f««K Otfl ^ 
i» a^ «f f^^ »aa ft> il il 

Mi 4iv«r «f *■ WMte fli J. 
C^iAm ftni^. diMand. «• lb 
jHoad ti Mii« h««to> 
IvAalad to tte CMe^ Moai 
rflfak Cwrt. nMoot req#r^ f*-! 
tmm bomb: ^ tt to te&ar 

ON»:nQ> ttiat the ioregoiBg 

pM^D ^ this ordMT be puMbhad 

in the vta^nia Beach $m 

nn*1 a wm& lor ISggr Meoia 

A Capf—Te^i 

iOmi V. FlSOlRSS. CSa* 

By: Mary M. Whtta» fiXX , 
KeDfin aod K^am 
(Sum a Ebgn) 
Bond of Trade BM|. 
Norfolk. Vfa^iria 



g ^ to t> atto eb the 




i^m 



NOTICE OF raOPOSB) 
\ iANK MHIGER 

Natioe'ia berebx^i^a ttu^ ^>- 
pliotf on has been n»de to the 
Cnqitixiller of the Ouroicy, 
WaAingtxm S, D. C, fw his on- 
sent to a merger of Bmk of ^- 
ginia Beach. Virginia Beadi. fi-- 
gima and First k Ma*duHits Na- 
Uwti Baidc, Richmon4 Vii^iiiUL 

It is oontenyl^ed that sdQ offi- 
ces of tiw above4iamed banks #in 
cmltnue te be operated. 

'Ala notice is publidied ps-suant 
to aection 18 (c) of the Federal 
Deposit buuraiKe lAct. 

BANK OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
VStGI^aA HEAOt. VIRGINIA 
FIRST 4 UliBCHANTS 
^ NATIONAL BA>aC 

RICHMOND, VmGSMA 
October 21, ism. 
i iMi-et 




{XMMONWEALTB OF Vnt€0nA 

la the Ckfk's Offiee «f ttr <»^ 

colt CsiBl af «e CWr ef Vkgiiria 

lat 

•f 

DORIS P. MXEN, 
Platatiff, 
i^^nat 

HAROLD RAlfMOND MIMS. 
D^mdant. 

The object of Ikto iult to la oil- 
tain a divktse a vtaeii^ ffiatrt- 
mnm fnm ttie said drfwirisnt . ip- 
on the grounds rf da a arti an. ^d 
an affidUivit having bam ma^ Md 
filed thM the deimdaoi to a noo- 
{«sident of ttie State of Mi^^ut, 
the lait katUrn post office ad(h«M 
b^g: $BBt Parkwood Boulevard, 
Apt. ffi. Kansas aty. Kansas, it 
to Mtltfed ttiat be do appear here 
mthln ten (10) days after dm pu&> 
Uctaka b&reot, and do what may 
be necessary to {Mrotect bto iirier^ 
in tiiis 91^ 

A a^y— Te^: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 

By: J. C^fftte Fnrit, D. C 
fii^ydges & Brc^ei 

9» Laskin Rati » ^ 

/irginia Bead^ yirgkiia 

ll-Mt 



JH *Mi«iMhi kt piaea or 
pared v toBct wlpi tbe wuMr 

l^pi aMa vRfnMBHRi PtoflMI. 

jlt^fte to tta C^f d. ytr^Ua 
Mfe, VbfWa, anfl faMm. 
BOKliQred and d^pMid n Lot 
Five Hutthtd Perfy4«o (SO) 
M riiown (m dia ^ of SaettOB 
Fow (4). nioroi^^^od. iri^ 
s^ pUA to duly of record to the 
C3erk's Office of tiia QteiM 
Oaari of die City of Vh^nto 
BiMch. Viiftada. to Map Book 
O. ft paga B, 

in tte haads d tte Co-D^endants 
And te toddM«]n»s ewi^ by 
Mid Co-Defeoda^ to saki dsfend- 
IMI^ wd to subject Urn sane la 
te fMinart of te 
flf sali AOM L ilter la 
^aintiS to te MB ef 
Five BBBdMi (|MMN Deftrs, 
with 




I VlrgJnlfl |MM:h ^H Thursday, Npygmt^r JL 1965 



1^ asms fli tern au^ Vwe 
ted toiving h^i^ davtoeap, ar 
p^honal latiieaifMaHvai. tf m, 

and p«Hnl«9HiP 
tmknovi tad telr Ik psit flfltot 
B<lili iipii set mksmm. fM 
ttM« «■ « m^ ba peraons 

Mriateto la to^tfspfMdof to 
Mi ioit iteai n«nea md lart 
fost Q&a addresaes ea 






r ClBSilED US 



ffet results! 



BUSMESS SBtVICB 



II liiil^iit-HtiMilritu 



«• «MiHm to Mten obtoala. 
hame taapnfwieato «d aiqr 
type of shop work. Call Fi^da- 
rasa Mffl IPMc at SQQI 8ii|th 
I^pnobaven Road, mmm or S^ 
ana evenliE^ 



A^EIK>tAhEXS£ 



90 Aitictoi ^T iato 



VOtGINU: 

to the Cffcuit Court of the City 
(tf Virginia Beadi on the 14th day 
y October. 1965. 
r Aav Cause (hder 

to the Malta- of the ESTATE 

^^^ OF J. CAMDEN BRADY. De- 

~ caand. 

It a(f>eadng Uiat a report of 
the «K»IB« ^ te ^^i^toia Haem- 
al Biidc and R. B. KeUafti, ISxeeu- 
tors of toe Estate af J. (^mden 
Brady, deceased, and of te d^ts 
and donands agatost his estate, 
h^ be«i filed to te CWk's Qi- 
ficeof this Court, and that more 
thaa six months have etopsed 
sinoe te qualification of te Ex- 
^nitors, on motion <rf te Virglnto 
Natkmal Bank and R. B. KeOam. 
IbMcutors of te E^te of J. Canw 
den Brady, deceased, it is 
-OftDERED tet te credibM*s 
(tf and all others^ toterested to te 



VIMSffA 



Affidavit havi^ haw didy ffled 
tet te priiKipri Modut to a 
non-retident of fldi Itoto vA that 
h& tost faioim M^m to c/o 
Trent MiUs, R«m, Gaorgtoi, and 
tt afjpearing tel le^toe iqmi 
sirid principal de|ntoM <»nnoti 
be told to tius it«to. It to orda«d 
tet he da twm, «i|ito ton days 
aftff doe pid^ateB o^thto order, 
nd da itet iW ka necessary to 
pnlact Ua Mteato hereto 

And H to wdend tet thto order 
be pubtidied mm a wedt for 
tour niceearive weda to te Vir- 
^gjm Baadi Sua, a newspaper 
piibMied to te C^ tif Viiiii^ 
Be»^ Vir^iia. 

Teste: 

JOHN V. FENIRBSS. dak 

By: R H. West. D. C 
Pder 0, Miller. p.q. 



ft to. terefora. ORDBRED tet 
teAew named pffsooa. K^rtof 

^ buid tf deM. thdr batoi. divtaaei. 

"^ and penooal reprea sntat lvaa, mA 
tf marttod,1Bdr 



to te Clerk's OlDce of te Cto 
cuit Court of te Cl^ «f Vbrgtoto 
Beach oa te lldi dqr of Ockter. 



IN OUUHCBRT 

DANaSL SIEIOIAN SMITH. JR.. 

Coraplatout, w. 
VIOIJET STQNt^ ROBERT 

STONE. t!i ALS. Defendants. 
OKte rf Priiliatlia 

1^ object of te above stytod 
suit to to Mtalteh and qiiiet te 
ti^ to &e oonnd^DaiA. Daniel 
Shaman Soiitb, it., to te prop- 



to te Clerk's Office itf te C^ 

cuit Court of te ^ of ^Hrgtoto 

Beach <m te ISth Ib^ of Octabar, 

IMS. 

Mildred F. Ftoher. Fli^itffi. 
vs. 

Jamei I. Fisho-, c/o TVort IfiDs, 
Rome, Ge(8i^, Prindpd De- 
fendant, and 

ThoB^ E. Burt and Coriime H.(«^ deserted jr farcel Ne. » 
Bifft; im Adams Road. Yvt- 
ginto Beadi. Vb-ginia. Co-De- 
fendants, and 

Jamra A. Murphy. Jr., James P. 
McGeem, JanrjM E. I^inks, Rob- 
ot C. SulUvan, and William J. 
Swanner. EI, partners, dotosf 
toistoe^ undo' te name of 
Murphy and McGeeto. 27 Prin- 
cess Anne Plaza Mall, Virgima 
Beach, Virginia. Co-Drfendants. 
The <*ject of te above entitled 

Kiit. parfing to te Circuit Coifft 

of te City of Virgtoto Beach. Vb- 



aorts. and ^ persona oter tea 
thoae ha^ aamad. ite ara oi, 
1^1^ be tatererted to te HA 
eatMa to be diqwaed of to ftto 
ndt. tteae nana ve unknown, 
(k) a{^)ear wUhto tea di^ aft« 
^» publicatkHi d thto nottoa and 
do what to n«%aary to {voleet 
teir intereats. It to furter OR- 
DEma) tet te f(K^(ring portion 
d his (Mrdo- be puUtobad oiot a 
wedc for f(Kir soceeadva 
in te Virgtoto Beacb^ • 
paper OriiiBhf li #• 0^. « 
Vi^to to ^m^^jf m^ 

ByMaiT K Wlto. D.& 
BiimM Hmmt. f^. 

IN riot om 

No(fo& M. I^Cgtola 



NOnCEl 
extractors k Home Buibfcri* 
Let us heto you wito that nav 
home — additk»8 - or repidil. 
We am fumidi materiato frov 
baaemoit to lAtto and aki you to 

flMmc it ^ — — "■ ""* 

Ftone: Kdlara k Eatoi^ toe. 
— ^) 4aMKl 



siBK^R Wmam b ite «ew 

cabtoet. ZIG4EAaS. MMtoa bntte- 
hatoa, fanqr atttdiea. aad dams, 
Ktc. Loeal paity Mf aaame m- 
menta of HLM nMlitb^ «r m 
comptole bntonoa of ISLflO. Full 
iM afjf and aten saan n^Me: 
Natteal'a Qwdit^Dept, Bw M4 
Lyndtourg, Virgtoto. U-Mt 



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toitetes. mmof scm^ ffbe. Tjfca 
WWH^bwAm uf ff.W or 9Aflb 
cash. CaB ww. Onm dep^lnent. 
a»4BlL l«-2«fn 



$K.OO. 3 roonn and iMth. Fui^ 
furnished. AU utiUties. 210 22nd 
Str^i. Apply aft« 5 p.m. 10-»to 

FURNISHED dfidcncy apartment 
3 rooms and bath. 20S-28th Street. 
CaU 43»-l273. 10^»^ 



NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

PhaidMng — Heati^ 

Etoctrical — Air (^Miditimtog 

PRINCESS ANNE n.UMBINa 

AND ELECTRICAL 

SUPPLIERS. INC. 

Phone 4aM0M 



^ 



EMPLOYMENT 



40 H«l|> Wantad— Ftmato 



1 USED «fl floor bffnace. Kr«fty. 
F^^roedllraft and drculatkm. NO. 
1 atoooat new waU.^ bei^- with 
fan and thermostat. 26,600 BTU. 
$40. D^art OnBtructkm. 317 
Great Nedt Road. ll-4«» 

ALADD^S LAMP ANHQUBS. 
Just qwwd in new k)catk«. ISIS 
Pleasure House Rtwd (Rot^uis 
Cwna-) in greater ^^r^da Beach. 
Phone 4644344. Selected anttcpies 
at prices that wiU ptoaae you. 
ftndtoe. giasa, cUna am bmto. 

U4«l 



LOW winto- rates until June Ist, 
gt yearly. Also monthly. Locked 
to te heart of te bead), i^ar 
dsaa ffunl. OHffts. tMMtd 

GOMPLETELY furnished two bed- 
room <4>artmeDt. 1^ p«r nxmth. 
One be^oom,« |60. Aim au^ 
Mm, 912.50 per week. CaU ^8- 
9160. l»21-tto 



NEAR 0C3CAN. 2 befrooas. Pri- 
vate <ki^. CoBvantoet, &a$ &0»- 
tort; jiditMrfe pordi, ftw^ptoce. yard 
parking. Short kaae. Cifl i2MM 
or 42M643. il-n-4h 



115 HousM— FttffitolMd 



VIRGINU BEACH - l>lear 
aid l)eadi. Small cotti^ tor- 
aished. No dqwsito. $60 mmA. 
C«q>le only. No pets. 3l&43a>. 

9^0^ 



118 Rant or S^ 



PINEWODD GAIU]£NS - Hm 
beach and basea. WQl r^ tor ^ 
per mcmth (n- sell. Pay fBOO u«i 
as«mie pc^moito of |K per 
manXti. Owner wiB he^ finance. 
Call 340-1444 anytiPM IO-l»tto 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



teued regard!^ of i«a or «ili*> 
tog cratoc condttioo. No a^ltb^ 
pertod norma! iltoesB or ttoddento. 
Phone MA Um. Wf^ 

AUTOMOTIVE 



20 Automebitoa For Salt 



EXPE2UENCEZ) seamstress wai^ 
ed. Ladies' or men's alto-aticmi. 
Cafi fi»«4S. IMl-t 



PLENTY of bustoess! ExceOeit 
opportunity. Ifigh anrunuskm. Ba- 
nus plan and oter incentives. Ijfc> 
cenaed or unliceised -wii] trato. 
Part tfane — full time. Lynnnavea 
Coka^ and Vfar^nto Beadi Area. 
Sn^Jatk Ot>ss, Compass Real 
Estate Co., 2906 Shore Drive. 48I- 

944a 



41 H«lp Wa nfd Ma lt 



CHEVROUET — 1981 Wwa^ne. 
Gray, 44oor, ra^. heater. 6 qrl- 
imier. A-1 condttitm. Lmr^. \inu 
take beat Qftor. Catt^MMlS. 



m te iHat d 

which to duly of record to te 
Ctork's Office of te Ctocuit Coort 
of te aty of Vbi^ BMffih. Vto- 
ginia. to Map BetA. ». !»§e 48. 

And It anxaring fran te ivar- 
ments. of te Bill of Conphtot 
fUed herdn and by affidavit 'dobr 
filed: 

(First): That dne AUgnca has 
been used by md on h^df *oC te 
6«nplainant to tfMsartoto to wAak 
comKy <v ecnpcH'atto te d^end- 
ants. Vid^ Stone. Robert Stone, 



IM8 OS^Y. 4daar tedan. 8 cj^ 
toder mm teamwdislnn Radto, 
baiter. na# tirea. Good cqoditkm. 
1800. BoK No. 128, c/o Vlrginto 
Beach Sun. ll-U-tfti 



KSNE^SERVICB 



le AupWtBca Strvlctt 
yj^X^l CLEANERS — Hoover, 
ilka Old aervfce. Prompt ef< 
mut repab% Pkrk iq) and de- 
livery. Phone 42848. Fud 
Feed 4 Buikttng Suppitos, Inc. 

tto 



ALTERATION$-RB»AIRS 

■ I 

ADDITIONS, ALTERATIONS - 
R^kctog f^i* joists and silto. 
p<m^es and stqps. Leave ywu* 
building problems to us. Sd)er, 
to years exporioice. Iliank ymi. 
B. F. Bdl. Jr. MA 2«96. 8-19-tto 



WALSH AND SONS 

iuilding and Remodeling 

Vie wQl buiki ymir dr^un honoe 
or nudce your (ff^ent a» a 
dreon to Uve to. Bank financ- 
tog. Dial 587-9410 anytbiM. 

8-l»4to 



GENERAL CONTRACTING 

All types d home improvonoits 
^ ronodding. 'Heattog repaurs 
fod tos tallatioo s. .ALL WORK 
GUARANTEED. Ba^E financtog. 
Call Ifr. Staoam, 4Sr7-7Kl w 627- 
i643. . / '8^18 

• -—r ^■ 

ADDrrK)NS — ^Wnimon siding 
0ber^ass, stone, accMistical tito. 
Itoor covering, oiy type comtruc- 
lion; free e^tooates. Dunn-Eight 
Const Co. JU 3-2011; JU 8-72S6. 



ADDm(»«S - Alterations, kitch- 
ens remodded. rooftog. gutters, 
^ding, oHtonaxial repairs. Deal 
ConstnK^ioD Qanpany. 543-1502 
^ter 5 pjs., 4874fi3. 




HOME toap-oveoMnts of aD kinds. 
We do our wmrk (wrsebes. Call 
lor free estimates; B&R. 420^858. 

SUP covas 

-^ ^— — -" 

DRAPERIES-Slip Cov««-Ete.. 
skiMl Tiwiitoncp to jelecttag cte- 
orator M»ks. ostom fitted 1^ 
expertr to your home. Satisfac- 
tkm guaranteed. Call S8fr^24U. 



BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL 
> DIRECTORY^ 



PLUMBING 



PLUMBING and Itoating repatos. 
Hdf and fuU hs^ cwnplde. 
kttdieiK remodded, sewo^ to- 
stalled. Foe tee estinuite call W. 
W. Wilkinson, 85&4887. 



UPHOLSTERING 



UPSKaSTEaUNG, refinistong, re- 
pa^g. rea*wTng. Twaity-four 
yeara sa^exkacie dmdd make a 
dilfereilce. Capitol Upbototerii^. 
CaB UL 5^8«1 or 387-3951: 

MORTGAGK-LOAWt 



BORROW tfrect from an ap- 
proved tocal teadw-. Oomp^tooos 
invited. Reddantl^ and Industrial 
Loan Compwy (WUX). 9 Sd- 
den Arcade. Cdl MA MB2. 



BRICK MASONS 



BRICKWORK - Steps, fireplaces, 
dumoeys. st^ btolt. repaired; 
C3iamt>ers. MA 7-27S3. .. 



MO\MNO 



SMITR MOVING k HAl 
Twen^-four hotnv a day. 
ani^tog. Call MA ^-TSSO. 




AWNINdS 



ALCOA Aluminum siding. Free 
estimates. CaU 120-1281 S-lS-tto 



COS^MTICS ft ramiMES 



Merle Neivnen CetmeHcs 

Morto Hcmm CTpiwwdira now 
has a sbidto it mwH u Attontto 
Ave. Phone AMISS. ^»M 

mi^^^tmmmmami^mmmmmmimatmmmmmtmmmtmrm^mi^mmm 



Painttog. BeiAil, QKfHitay 
work - No dom fi^Fment M 
paym«it 4 aratfis afto- wertc to 
com{ri^ed. 82MM1 or 8284062. 



PAlNTINKii — Ueitor, orterknr; 
work done reaaonalify; fr^ esti- 
mate; caU S4&4410. 



Py^ERING 



S^iecidtoU Rooros. ceUinig;. to- 
diiodHA «iB 44 at kmm m^ 
n«e artimatf Aqt s»^%h 
7-4087. MMb 



VENETIAN BLINDS 
BUNDS 



ALTmiATIONS - Repairs and 
washli^. Cdl Carl. 6a-72aD. €. 
A. Lindbtod Co., 808 W. »«h St 

8-tt-ito 



CONCRETE WORK 



AIS -^ Walks. 40 cento 
rare foot; palto U'xlO*. |0& J. 
D. JBaker. 855-2414.. 



Ootereto fladng md finiddng: 
d^om work; VMiite Concrete 
Servke'; dtol 3408038. 



CHARLES L. BLACK-eoacrete 
w<nic, ch-ivewa^s, iirattcs, patids, 
pcrdMS; free e^imatea; S4S- 
061i anytime. 8-184fn 



UNDSCAPING - TREK 



Ttow to seed yoiv lawn and fartoi> 
ming of evergreens; we 'atoe do 
planto^ matateaance and tree 
work, nree esttonatas. TeauweB 
Broters Nursery, 587-8488 digr or 
n^. 



BBJeK 
Flil 

Mwl For Roidways 
• IM ftMrfptr and 



HAUWRKKING 
CO., INC. 



OPPORTUNITV FOR MAN W 
OUR FUEL OIL DEPARIMENT. 
REPLY TO P. 0. BOX 68 ST.AT- 
INO AGE, EXPERIENCE AND 
lOaPSRENCSS. PERMANENT 
POSmON. lM8-tto 



HAND-MACe dghteeoth centvry 
styto camor cd^iet $275.00. All 
wod 0ti^ broadkiam carpet snd 
pad Ul^' by 29'10". Over 80 aqnare 
y«r^ |i».€0. 2 P@nb**dke tobies 
lffi.00. eat^ 1 awm «k1 end \Me 
08.08. 1 Van^tti «!aie,patoto)g 
itt.80. Can 4B8-7«n. 



APARTMENTS or rooms. Wcddy 
or noonthly. Seated. All utilities 
furnished. Ap^dy Towi^ House Mo- 
td. 206 24th S treet ^IMl-tfa 

Stute apartmoit furnished, in- 
dudir^ tdl utilities. Gas brat. Air- 
conditioned. Good loca^i, ViMly 
rent of sevaity-five dmra <|7S.- 
00) per mo^. Call 4^^80 or K5- 
686L W-l*-"* 



For rent by owner. Spadous J- 
bedroom apartmoit. CaU 4284196, 
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. ' 10-21-tfa 



One nd two foe(k-o(»i fui^abed 
^MftsMDa. Year round. CaU 
42M7»lor 42M881 



REAL ESTAH FOR SAU 

l'i4 Houats for Sala 



93 HtuwhtU Ootda 



FfJQfnr d bustoess! Es»Ilaat 
(^fortunity. n^ cammisskn. Ba- 
ma {dan and (Hh«r incorttoes. U- 
etnaed w unlicensed— will trato 
part ttaoe — full tbne. I^mnhaw 
OoiQQy jnd Virginto Beach Area. 
See Jade Cross. Compass Red 
Eat^ Q^, MB Shore Drive. 481- 



Needed — 3 men bnmedtotdy far 
ooKiager tratoee pn^am. Must 
ba ^teitftoa and career mtackd 
Can 42»«ia. 

U-I9<to 



GAB DRIVERS. Service men 'm 
c^>ted. No e3q>dienoe necessar|r, 
IBM12S wedjy. We pay f or Cky 
pomit. Abo free room rent Safe- 
m^ Taxi. '3782 Siwe Drive, Vto 
gtoto Beach. ^kMOOL. »234b 



42 Help Wanted 
Male or Female 



REAL ECTATE: Sales persoas 
needed "Where The AcUon Is." Ex- 
poience.not essoitial. We wfi 
trdn and hdp you if you have a 
faumtog deaure and great detem^- 
na^cmto be auccessful. Goodma*- 
Si^-Hogan. Readential Sates 
Corp. fm iitformati<»i caU Jte 
Peters. 34(^3232. u-li-lto 



MANPOWER. INC. 

URCHENTLT NEEDS 

I>FMa 



il% hove fanmetete asdgnmeirti. 
aeuR^ adjacent to Virgtoto Ben^ 

NO FEE 
Itat ^ between jd>s «teo d^ 
itoid-Hvdik (» these t e uap o r a | y 
jobs iten oonventont to y<B|i. 
Pbent now kx taUo-view mid jib 
iirignment. 627-386L 

Manpower, lae. 
t 733 Bousb Street 
___ 5,27.1fB 



#PtalHtn Wanftd-^tmala 



EKCEUENt care for tofants aqd 
^Mroi. How*. <% or week. Rel- 
JiMable rates. Cdl Ifrs. Davis. 
I^#W2. IMl-lt 



mm 



A^a^NPISE 



l!<l ArMcItt Per Salt 

I 1 1 I i ■ I .1 11 , , 

PAIOLY ScAutwft ^snd uprif^ 
{dMO. Id^ Ux cab^«t, diildrin 
fx oNMxrt |95 as is, wi»re ». 
Call after 6 p.m. 4»«46. U-U^t 



CARPET FAC1B 

I can sdi potod 17.98 pupok 
J^ . . . |8.» jipiare yatl 
be^ didmd nyion . . life 

aqil8R yatt}. 45 cok«8. Call Mr. 
Ms»«81£. U-4|n 



For te fined furniture iftetoter- 
ta% nd r^aiddi^ caH 428- 
6877. Hffltop UpbdBtotog Co., 
1081'Vtogtoto i9eadi BoiAevard. 
FVee estbndea-^-up vid de- 
livc97. New and baed ftsniture 
for sate. 

742-^ 



RMTAL REAL ESTATE 



110 Apeftweme H^rfwn, 



ijDNIX^ SODGE - ^^irtewaed 
Pvk. Di^ex apffittMOto tor rest 
Sieve and rgbigerdor. |7(^|88 par 
monto. Mr. QeHart. 34MS81, 840- 
4071. SIO«U. 114tfn 



2 BEDROOkS. livtog nxMn. dioii^ 
ram. kitchen, bath, first floor. 
ywd. Oonvenimt te dx^tog. Ret' 
aanabto yearly lentd. Itene omi- 
«r — 4884tt6 «r 4884143. M04to 



APARTMENTS — FUnrifhed or 
oafumjubid. Yearly w mmnxal. 
Cooper Realty, 288 »k Street, 
418-1331. Nigbte 4284B3& 

M4& 



2 BETOOOMS. KNOTTY PINE 
LIVING ROOM. MODERN KITCB. 
EN AND BATH. MONTHLY OR 
YEARLY RENTAL. 6 BLOOS 
FRCad OCEAN. CCWVENnafT 
TO IT. STCttlY AND OCEANA 
NA5. CALL 8874778. IF NO AN- 
SWER CALL BACK IN MORN- 
ING. 84#i 

FURNISHED apartmo^ imw kx 
roit. Year retad rate. Heat wd 
wator Iwn^ied. Atoo wuAer rate 
for werhsn and teKbws. CaU 
H. G. Moore. Janrto k Kitchen, 
4a»7755. 8-]^ tti 



VIRGINU BBACH-Owtee vt^k- 
borbood near Cavate- Hold. 
Quaint Early Americaa brid( widi 
ab4| roof, in beMitifd setttng; Hia 
4 b^dnxuna, 2V& bate, cartff baS. 
Under H8,000. Cdl 084111 Fraok 
Atkinson Red Estate, S«h ft At- 
lantte Ave., Virginto Beadi. 

BACK BAY SECncm — Gum 
Brid^ Road neu* Char^ dnir^ 
New 3 bedroom, IH twth home 
on 2^ acre site. Price $14,800.00^ 
LCffJDON BRIDGE lUMD. Not- 
tis^asii Estates. New tork^ 
homes. 3 beikooin, 1^ toifl^ dty 
ariter. Good finudng. |37m to 

$18,200. 

DUPLEX: Gdewood I^sk, Loo- 
don Bridge. 3246 Pett»- Boad. 
Good rentd propedy. Has Mf fay 
32' l^kKk buildii4 on mff of tot 
Prtoe |18JiO. 
Mr. DeHart 34M681 — 84Nm 

^; -'-- -.-. ' 

CLASSIHaS DISPtAY 
NSTRUCTK)NS 



ittdto's Court Mo^ ^Motm^s, 
806 - ^ l^reet E^Bdency 
jyMUrtments. All utiliti» ba- 
ntohed. Atoo. 4-room apartment 
and furoidied roan. ISkA 
from Bus JStotkn. ^ wedc or 

monto. 

tb 



Saaerd fu^iidied and imtondted 
lywtmeda to te l4^»ven 
Cdeny area. ShtHre Driw. Call 
Csmpaii Bud Edate Xkmpaay. 
484«83. 8«4fa 

111 Apartmttits FuniMwd 



COMPLEIlILY.fumtohad. 1 and 2 
reoB iffideacies. Some 'witti wall 
te wall caipd. $80. mooth^, in- 
duteg water. CaU 4284060 or 
4284701. MB4to 



CaVAIiER DRIVE - Fumtohed 
4-roam cdti^ Call MA 2408 (X 
GAMW). 



and 2 Yteiswaa ntiu- base. 1 
ocean. Year rowid rentel. ^ 



b-actively furnished. Call 428^297. 

10<2Nfai 

LONDON BaiDG£ •* 213 Gde^ 
mtod ifvaoie. Fumiibed onebed- 
noRi jfwrtouitfa. Water fwiisiMd. 
m 9« -modh. Mi*. DtHiast. m- 
mh 3«N^l. 3404311. U4tto 



UWJKY suR»n»r studio tfuui- 
mods for wtatf«r r«ntd. Designod 
fqr dtocrbninating ooti^tes or bacb- 
^a. 'KItdien. dtotog area, bar 
0fkier, and swtoaming pool. All 
Otilitiee fiBDtohed. Apply. BLUE 
WSBLBi IjODGE, 2411 Pacific 
Avenue. 9-234to 



C^Vmoat DBI^^^-^Spaeious 2 
towbed, air coadU 
bMt. washer & dryer. Call 
MA 14178 or «A »«06. 948-ltr-P 



(SOQD WCATKW. Two bedroqms. 
90 s jpxtt^h, yearly. CaU 423- 
9Slsi or. 9S64881. U-116t 



FURNiaiE^ a{»rtm«!t — Iwtog 
rooniM bedro(»», ktotenette, bath 
k taais deast C^mtfortable. dean 
wail h^ittd. embni loaMm. 'Hmr 
ocean. 'IC per mento. mter hs- 
ntohed. Cllt 084880 (n- 42»-m 

18'S4fe 

5 ftd/^H. ftmiifhsd tparfwitit 1 
bedrodDs. Oi beet CaU 4»4643 



lii^ nam, be<hroom, Uttten. 
bato. OHivemoit to teppN. 
drantes. lanaAromat Very 
reascKiabto yeaffy roitaL Pac^c 
Avenna. Itene owrar 4884^8 
or 4884143. 

748^ 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
OF AHISiC 

Btktow HwpAb. MrMtar 

31t . 3BU StrMt 

Vkf IBM B««eb 

i^ALESTATl 



1 BEDROOM tomUied afarimatf. 
AU utfllties funiid^ vm d tUr 
tatRBtk washing macbtoe. Yaarfy 
rentd. fSO per mootb. Call 428- 
6982. 94-tfo 



113A Hevsea, Fumtohed 
or Uflfumlalied 



TWO KDROCMf house. Fuidshed 
or uttenished. Faioed to yard. 
Year round rdit. CaB 4644921. 

U-ll-lt 



HfftNISIffiD or udunudHid-ga- 
rage apaxtaect 2 bedroom. Uvbig 
Twm and kitdioi. Wder ta- 
nb^ed. |6S montU^. AraUd)le. 
CaU 4284425. 10-21'tto 



Severd fumidied mi untoraidicd 
bwses to te L^rnnhavea Cokmy 
ana. Shore IMve. CaU Compass 
Red Estate Company. 464-3sn. 

&38-tto 



CLASSIFIED DISPUY 
AUCTIONS 



Maury Riganto 
Auction C' "^"^ "ny 



A\5RCHANC» 



WOOD 

. We jDdKw, 
1297 flaatM elvd. 



Sdes - Roidto 

Custom Bidlitag 

19K>rt4aiB aid yetb^ 

4^8-7421 anytofie tor seivke. 



'*! T" 



Atk Your Eye Niy^own 

TRAYLOR^S 

miUJ) Of>TICIAN 
Servifig Viisliiia Beech 

19<9 ImM* R^ Va. teaA 

BarMrd H. §/^Mmmmn, Mfv, 

GAr4»a 8-4010 



REAL KTATi 
EXAM OMIRSi 

Stote UemmM9 PnpnMilMT 

0«]r mmi M.wtmiut daMM 

C1mm« Inskriictod By fwmi> 

ticiiif Attor»«]r mnd A Li- 

craMdi RMi Ektet* Brolmr. 

Pmc State B«|trd Esan 

Emilf — EsmII Hew 

C01I«*L£T£ COURSE— Oi 

Tuitunter's Most 

Experiemed School 

^wwiv^w»^r^w^a^^^wpaiw 

REAL mATi iCHOOL 

Cddlaa TrlMifl* BaMttag 
PM^IE MA i-a074 



Repairs 



33§*SS- 



|>iialaw im 



£1 



w. c. ^mmm 



TiTlli PM» ' 



mm 



.t ^^ ij ni 



ARTt CiMARJTI HOME msm 
PAINTING, mmm WAm$m a bbpairs 



fmtum^m 



mm 



pea 



ianto 



mmm 




^ ^^KP 



^^TNa Bearfi SUN, Thur«fl«y, NiWi H ib e i H,, 1 




• aoMNonos 



W VIACINIA 

U 4k Clat*s Office of the di- 
eMt Otart «< the Oty of Virginia 
BiB^ M ^ »d div of Noram. 

(Mr- af PiiMlciittM 
JfOaS ANTOONY FX)X. Plain- 



LORRAINE KYLE FOX. De- 



tte eb|i^ «i tfiis suit is to <^ 
tain a ^verce a vinculo matri- 
DMVui from the said defendant, 
x^pen the (ptxmds d having livt'd 
separate and apart wHhout cohab- 
itatiM and witiwut interruption fur 
two yea» next preceding the am- 
ni e x » nent of this suit 

Aad an affidavit having be^ 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-r^ident of the State oi 
Vlr^iia, the last knov^ addi-ess 
bd^: 2823 Nuth Forgeos. Tuci^m, 
Am»a, tt is ordt ged that she d o 
a^p^)ear ha^ wiffiia tiffl (U) days 
after due publication he-eof, and 
do what may be necessary lo pro- 
tect her interest In (his suit. 

A copy—Tcsie: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, DC. 
William H. Cdona, Jr., p.q. 
9J% Ladkin Road 
^^r^ia Bmdh. YK'ginla 

- * rr iWMt 

III I I g iw i—p*i^i —■■* ■ »■■■■ ■ ■ n^ iwi^piwwii ' I ' 

VIRGINIAt 

to tile Oerk's office of tlw Cir- 
cuit Court <^ tte City of Virginia 
Beach on the 27th day of (k:t(rt>er, 
I98S. 

JSTA-ra: HIGHWAY COMMISSION- 
ER OF VIRGINIA. 

m CHANCERY * ' 
LOLA MNE MORGAN, C. M. 
MORGAN, NAOMI MORGAN, 
and OJVRENCE MORGAN. 
4SS ffirdneck Road 
Virgtaiia Beach. Virgliua. 
ai Ihe larrtvkig ipoaMs. if itfiy. 
next of km, heirs A law, de- 
accndants of . and #11 oth^^^er- 
iOQs Iwvli^ 10 iflteriMt in the re- 
nu^ of ENOCH MORGAN, 
mssm BIOBGAN. »d of any 
a&ir ftfma buried in tiw pri- 
vate cmoiiery known as "Mot- 
|0 CmrtoT.'" k)cated near 
Morpn's Une, Viifkiia Beach, 
yk^e^, the names of wfaieh 
pawns bei^ unfawmi^ and are 
hcKlgr ftfocciided against as 
*t>iKiM UnkDown." 



Hie object of ^ ^t is for the 
c«i^4i^ant to obtain pemrissicw 
from the Circuit Court <rf ttie City 
of Vii^nia B^adi to diitoter, re- 
oEiow aod reterter ultfi due care 
and deeedor the rom^ of Enodi 
Mh9M^ Bearie MMgoo, aad «iy 
oA» peoMDi buried in the private 
emt£atf .^mm m tiie "M(n«aa 
Cemslay,'* i^etfed Dett* Morgm's 
tane, Vtaghya Bracfa. Virgiilia, 
tiM cma^bttf Mag Atcnm oo 
ttwit SSt4S flf the pians for State 
m^NMy Am^ 44. Project 0044- 
Ui-m, RW xn, a copy of whidi 
fm Aeet is a^died to the peti- 
Uttft fl^ In tfils cause. 

Wt d^ove partis are her^y 
wUfied ttat the State Highway 
OwnmitttMiwr at Vir^nia will on 
tile pib dny <rf Nobember. 1965, 
■t f :ll a. m.. or as sow ttioeafter 
u oouN^ may be h«ad. move 
QmSmSm of ttwCireuit Court of 
the (^ of ytogiiUa Beach, at the 
OoHij&euK Qmtd, t<Mr an order 
pereWtii^ the removal of said re- 
maiitt aad the reiirt^ment of the 
8iune.in a miitable repositca^. 

Affidavit having be^ nude ftat 
tile samM and ackiiliises of the 
wrvh^ spouses, tf »qr, nejtt of 
Ida, bete lA law, desecsKifflits of. 
nd ail ofter p««ont havii^ m 
tabreat in ttie r^alns ci ttie per- 
SOBS burkd in said {»ivate ceme 
toy, exceiA the defendute abo'^ 
named, $ge tadmofwn, after due 
tt^eoce m the part of the com- 
'llaiiart to ascertain who tbey may 
be and in what County or C(Hp(Nra- 
tikn ttey or «ny of them may re- 
d^. dl sdthoirt eSect; it is OR- 
DERED ti»t the above named p^ ^ 
SODS who ara or may be iitterested 
in die stfbject mattra* of ttiis cause 
^jpear ^dthin ten days ^ter pub- 
lica^m of tlus <»der a^ do yfbat 
te neceaiary to ymeSt ^mr in- 
t««sts. ___ 

i^id it ^ FlHmttSR OM}EBEa) 
that this onfe be piMiihed for 
iou' succeoive weeks to the "Vh-- 
^te Beadi Sun," a newspaper 
poUshed to the City of Vii|^a 
WeaA, ^^i^^te. and ihA a copy 
fll ttto order be p(^ed on tiie bul- 
late^boafd of tte Orcott Cmnt of 
Ae (^ of Vii^iida Beach. Vlr- 



A«C5spy-Tl8te; 

x^ V. rmmcEss. deric 

jfly; mrf M. Wute, D.C. 
Vrikm and t^nam. p. q. 

U tte dertf • efltoa of ^ Cl^ 
-m OouK of iheOfydi Vk0i& 
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• UQAlN OnCB 

STATE mSHWAV COMMISSRm- 
ER OF VnWWIA, 
On^ilainMt 

V. 

VIRGIE E. CAFfl^ 
107 "Smith Witchduck Road 
Vii^inia Beadi, Virginia; 
ANNIE MAE HEATH 
J23 South Witdiduck Road 
Viiiinia Beach, Virginia; 
FANNIE SMTTH and 

ELAjm SMrm 

m South Witchduck Road 

Virgtaia Beach. Vii^ia; 

ELEABETO JACKSON and 

MILTON JACKSON 

119 South Witchduck Road 

Virginia Be«:h, Virginia; 

SARAH F. HARRIS, 

IffiRMAN W. FRANKLIN, 

MARIA E. BUTTS, 

WILLIAM FORBES, 

SUSAN HELTON, 
and if they be dead, their surviv- 
ing spouses, heirs at law, next 

other persam havkig an interest 

in the remains <rf ^ 

DAVID SMITH. MARY SMITH. 
IffiNRIETTA FORBES. REBBC- 
CA S. FORBES. ROSE SMITO 
FULLER, PRODIGAL DANIEL 
PULLER. MARIM) KEMP 
RICHARD KEMP, WALTER 
KiafP. W>MaiT BELTON. 
PJUNOE MOORE, FRANK HAR- 
RIS, WILLIS FlUNKLIN and 
OTELIA FRANKLDi, 

and of any other p^-sons buried 

in the private cem^ry known 
as the "Fullw Cemrtery," near 
Kempavflle. Virginia Be^Hi, Vir- 
ginia, the niones of wMdi persons 
except those named M>ove being 
unknown ami are here^ proceeded 
i^ainst as "Parties Unknowp." 
Ddendoits. 

Order Of PobMcatieB 

llie diiject of ttik wit is for ttie 
confriainant to obtain pmni»Mi 
from the Circuit Court of the City 
of Vli|[inia B«K;h to disinter, re- 
nnove and rdiHer witlj due care 
and decency the remains of Davki 
SRiitfa, May Smith, Haurietta 
Forbes, Rebecca "§> Forbes, Rose 
Smith F\ilkr, Pro^gal Daniel Ful- 
\er, Marind Kemp, Ridiard Kemp, 
Waits- Kemp, Robert Belton. 
Prkide Uome, Frank Harris, Willis 
Fhiridin and Otdia Franklin, and 
any other persom buried in the 
prvvBte cemetery known tm the 
F\iDw Cenetery, near Kempsville. 
Vli^inia Beaci. Vtaiginia. said 
canet«T being shown on Swet 
901-0 (A tile Plans for Route 44, 
Project O044hi34-I0l, RW 201. a copy 
of viiudi Plan Sieet is attached to 
die Ml <tf Ctnnfdaiirt filed hi thk 
(Wjse. 

tte Above puties an hoibf 
aotCed that the State Hi^ay 
Gommissim)^ of Virginia will m 
tte 30(h day of Ndbenriier. 1966, 
at 9:00 a. m., (ff as soon thereafto- 
as counsd nlay be heard, move 
die Judge of die Cirpuk Court of 
die C^ of VirgtaUa Beach, at die 
Cennlfaouse thereof, for an Order 
pomitting the ronoval of said re- 
mains and dw rdntennent of die 
same in a raitable rept^tory. 

Aiffklavit havii^ been made diat 
die addresses «f Sari^ F. Harris, 
Hermm W. fVanMin, Maria E. 
Butts, WiBlam Forbes and &isan 
BeT^ are uidmown, and the 
nones an daddres^ of the surviv- 
to^ spouc^, if any, next of kin. 
heirs at law, descendants of, and 
all odier p«-s(Nis havi^ an interest 
in the remains of die persons 
buried in the cemetery above men- 
timed, exc^ die defoidante nam- 
ed in the captkm henct, are un- 
faiown, afta- due dilligence upon 
the part of the comfdainant to as- 
cerUin ^Hw they nray be and in 
wbirt Ooiaity m- C(Hporati<Hi they 
(n* any of than may reaide. aQ 
widMut effect; it is ORDERED 
that the above nanwd parties and 
any t^herlpenons wbo are or may 
be inter^^ in die miiject mat- 
to-^ diis cai;^ appear widiin ten 
days afta" pid>Ucation of this Order 
and (k> what is nec^sary to pro- 
tect dieir iirterests. 

And it to FVmnER ORDERED 
diat tills order be published for 
four succttsive vetka in the "Vir- 
ginia Beach 1^," a newspaoa- 
publislied in die Otv of Virginia 
Beach, .Vindnta, »id diat a cwv 
ci dds u-der be posted on the bul- 
tetin board of die Qnniit Court of 
die City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
l^da. 

A Cooy— Teste 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Oerfc 

Bv: Marv M. White, D.C. 
Kellam and KeHam. o. q. 
Board of Trade Building 
NorfoBt, Virghrfa 

' 10-284t 

inmciNTA: 

In die Clerk'fi office of die Clr- 
cutt Court <rf die City of Virainla 
Beadi on die 27di day of Octc^ba*, 
1965. 
STATIE niGRWAY OOMMTSSTON- 

ERCW VIRGINU. 
Complainant 

V. 

csscnss mowN. joe ^ mor- 

D BW a4 MARVnj TOWE. 
f^DflCES <^ LONDON 
l^DdE BAFOST CroimSI. 
«/• Seai0a irami 



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1400 Potter Road 
Vlr^da Beach. Vir^nia; 
.mWJ 0. (MXMmMX 

Vir^ria Baach. n -gato: 
N. B. O^DHSY. ^ 
Great Neck Road 
Vii^ila Beadi. Vta'tfiiia; 
WnXIAM 0. GODFREY 
Fir^ O^knid Road 
Virginia Beadi, Vkglnia; 
A. 0. GODFREY 
Gmt Neck Road 
Viri^nia B^ach. Vta'^nla; 
iroS. F. C. CAa>ER 
Grsrt Nedc Ro»l 
Virginia Beach. \^nia; 
MRS. ROY JACKSON 
413 23rd. Street 
Virginia Beach. Vh^nla; 
MARGARET BURGES 
tM Virginia Beadi Boulevard 
Virginia Beach. Vbrginia; 
MARY E. WARD 
609 13th Street- 
Virginia Beach, Vk^inla; 
LINWOOD E. MdCENZIE 
m 13th Stre^ , 

Virginia Bea*. Vfa-gffla; 

WILLIAM B. McKENZlE ^__ 

m6 Curlew Drivt 

NorMk, Virginia; / 

BENJAMIN L. McKENZlE 

li55 Sir Oliver Driw 

Norfolk, Virginia: 

GEORGE MARSHAIX McKENZlE 

309 Oliva* Road 

Virginia Beadi, Virgtaia^ * 

RANDOLPH S. McKENZlE. SR. 

3i06 ^athmore Street 

Nwrfolk, Virginia; 

ALMA POTTS 

28U Marlboro Str^ 

Norfolk. Virginia; 

and the mirvivUig spm^acs. if 
my, next of Un. heirs at law. de- 
sc^dants (tf. and all odier per- 
sons having an ihterest m the 
remains of WILLIAM I. GOD- 
FREY. LOVIE Amm GOD- 
FREY, OSCAR ANNIE GOD- 
FREY, ARTHUR R. McKEN- 
ZlE. BENNY F. McKENZlE. 
and of ai^ odier persons burial 
if the portion of LONDON 
BRIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH 
CEMETERY. Vkginia Beach. 
Virginia, which lies withta ti» 
right-of-way of State Highway 
Route 44, die namei of whicti 
persMS exc^ thoM named 
above being lAitaMiwn. and are 
berdiy proceeded against a? 

"Parties Uhknown," 

Defeidants. 
Order of PuUlcatimi 
•Hie object of dils smt is fcr die 
coniplaiMBit to oWain permission 
from the Orcuit Court of die City 
of Vir^nia Beadi to IHtioter. re^ 
move »id reinter with due c»e 
md^decoKy die rematau of WO- 
Ham L. Godfrey, Lovie Annie God- 
frey. Oscar Arai'e C|Odfrey, Aitha 
R. McKentie and Benny F. Mc- 
Kenzie, and any ottier persons biff- 
ied within die portion of die Iffli- 
dwi Bridge Baptist Cfcurdi Ceme- 
t«7 whteh is included in die ri^t 
(rf way of St^te Hi^ay Itoute 44, 
Project 0044-134-101, Rw 201, said 
portifflj of wm^ery beii^ shown 
on Sheet SQ8-18 of die Plans for 
sakl project; a copy of wWdi Plan 
Sheet is attached to die Bill of 
C«»npUdnt fUed in this cause. 

■flie sbove parties are hereby 
notified diat tiie State Hi^ay 
Cwnmissionw of Virginia will wi 
die SOdi day of Nobenrtier, 1966, 
at 9:00 a. m., or as sow diereaftnr 
as counsel may be heard, move 
die Jiklge of the Circuit Coart d 
die City of Virginia Beach, at the 
Courtiiouae diereof, for m Order 
permitting the removal of said re- 
maiiB and the reinterment of the 
same in a suitable repository or 
repodtories. 

A^avlt having been m^ diat 
the names and addresses of the 
airvivii^ i^xmses, if any, next oi 
kjn, hdrs at law. deacoidants of, 
and all other p&raom having an 
interest in the remanis of dw per 
sons buried in die portkm of the 
cemetery above mentioned, except 
the defaidfuits named ka die cap- 
tkn here(rf are unknown, after due 
diligence upMi ti» part of the com- 
olainant to ascertain who diey may 
be and in what County <«• Corpor- 
ation diey or any of diem may re- 
side, all vridiout ^ect; it is ORr 
DERiEn? diat die above named par 
laes and any other pers(ms who are 
or may be interested in the sdb- 
ject matta- of das cause appeeo- 
within ten days afta- i)ddk»tk« of 
this Orda* aod do what is necea- 
8817 bo prt^ct their intere^. 

And it is FURTHER ORiMiRED 
diat tills Order be publtahed fa^ 
four successive wed^ in the "Vir' 
gini^ Beach Sun," a newspaper 
niilished in die City of VIrgiiria 
Beach, ^Hrginia, aid thirt a ooDy 
of this order be pmted on the but- 
ktin board of die Circtdt Omst of 
die 3^^ Virginia Beedi. Vhv 
giiria. 
AOow— Terte: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Cfe* 
Bv: Marv M, White, D.C. 
Kelam and Kellam. n. q. 
Board of Trade Bvdldfaig 
HariSk, Virghria 

10-2Mt 



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for dM purdMHa of Uto a It. 
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fiaddOi, recorded bb k^ Ml 

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feea<^ it^ of Vk^^ known, 
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n^ l4^ is Ally of retard to te 
Caot's Office of tte Chsrit ^urt 
of die Qly 0f ilfpka taM*. Vk- 
|ta^ tai Map Booh «, ^ P^ m, 
Itt IxMs MBib«id ft dm^ «, 
bodi h|di^«, hi ^9dt IOm (9), 
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Coninwiiwea lft <rf Vta^te aaA 
tft^Msatae Sm pwdhMi die*- 
rf has ben fflsd ta dM «f^. 
Aod ft ^^Mi^ from dwreemii 
hi m$ «ID» ttat yoa ai^ Mar 
Mtad hi uM land, you tfe f nttter 
notttad lo an^ew to fou* insMs 
froBi dw ^kte of m» aMet nd 
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lUam vid Kdlam 
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'FIBECMCiaER' FIZ ZLES: SCHOOL 




NAME 



lUIZING FOUR-CAR ACCIDEMT 
4NJURES THREE PERSONS - 



Don t Look Down! 



^nUSOOA BEAOI — Htfte p«- 
MM im« injiB«d h^ Flidiy i!^ 
tai a i^^ fow-car acxkloit on 
V^s0sSai Beich Boulevard ^ {jtmt 
el tte !^e Ttee Inn. 

tmo of Uie vehkl€s tevdved in 
the Mxkknt e]q>lod«! ad tnirmd. 

RolMrt R. GMp^, &•'., 75, and 
)^ wlie HadiHg R. Cooper, 74, 
"tmt trapped in oee af ttie tNim- 
tag cars, but were palled to safety 
by ttu^ aallon, a rnt^t station 
attoidant, and the oeiqiie's grai^ 

iOB. 

Cooper, who ttvit on Mnw Ave- 
wm in Norfott, wm hoq>itaib:ed 
vM) thfee brqkeB riM. Bit wife 
fe^ved a teiton i^j^ mm nd 
Bwtaple brute In Am aeddeit 

Police aidd ttftaeddiM Np 
wen Ooa^ drove Ma eir out of 
the re^ramt's paridi^ lot Coop- 
«r'a oar was atopped id Ite me- 
dian (^o^ of the bM^^rard, 
■ waJttti to tia» Mat whria k #!• 
abm% a car gmg W|^ cbri^en 



by Cdr. Richard Bordme, 3S. of 
the 3700 block al Harton Cirde, 
poUde said. Cooper aad Ma w& 
ha() been to dinntf with tiieir sm, 
ft-. Robwrt R. Co^jer, Jr., a No^ 
feik ph^ldaa. his wife and family. 

The l&ttx k the accl«*«it knodi* 
ed the Ctepcr autadMMte acr^ 
two lanes and the lee(kr road and 
bito a tree on ^ south ^de of 
Vfa-^iia Beach Boidewd. 
, l^OB httting die tree, the en^s 
revene gMr eegaied a^ the vi»- 
hiete ran back acrosa the U^way 
M M^ speedwd cr^^ied into two 
ptflad iHuri, tachKtt^ Ae car of 
Dr. Oxip&, poike sa^. 

,At UuA piM, Ooc^ier't est and 
the seccMid' p^eed v^dde tKat 
mn ^ntA, biff^ into ftanna. 

Frank MdCeel, who manges 
the r«st«irwl'a idt<^ tHed to 
grt one of Ai A»n 19a, btH it 
was jMmnML He ran \mk imo 
te m^memk to ^ a haaaner. 
AmoH. SI. a Mrvtoe sta- 



tion attendmt at a nearby filling 
atMion Udnd the gUM mi of tlie 
door on the (ktrcr'a ride ud mait 
i^ed to pid Qoaptt free of tfa« 
bumhig vehide. 

iSeve C0(^«r. fte couple's ^and 
acm. got a Ure jadi 0^ of hk 
father's car md brote the wfai- 
dew en the othw ride. Tta«e sai- 
km h#ed Um fat the dow i^m 
and get his ^«ateo0ier out 

Sh(8^ afUr bott people w«« 
Ute2 from the ew the gas t«ik' 
of b(Hh buTBing cars expkided lU 

TW second car thirt burned w&< 
owned bv Aik^r^ L. Palliate, of 
the 900 bfaick of Virginia Beaci- 
BoutovMil. PaUette mid apimsd- 
matd^ Hn ki a <^ b(nc was 
on tiie froM iMt of ttw new 0(0' 
vertSde ai^ was af^ar^y de- 
^nyfed te tlic ^. ; 

Pdtof da«iad Goo^ and ^ 
dam 1^ reJ[i«H driving ^ 





Sandbridge 
Appraisal 
ill Ort 




the (^y of VliiWr Beach's re- 
c^tly aopipld MHi ao^ at Saad- 
Itfktge is aigodad to b^^to ^ 
famdb of «Mr siBeiah U a few 
digra. Ihevfrat i^ipraiMl, made 
by GoodttMi-Segar^it^ wb 
turned in aeveral ««da 1^, al- 
ttoii^ its OHrtents have not beat 
rdeased paUe^. 

Aoxirdiiit to Caty Treaainw, 
"Jadr l^lirM^ the hol«Bp on 
Uk 8ecol.d i^i^mI ^ come as 
a result of part of the ^ipnisal 
work b&ag **taBiiad owL," and not 
havii^ been r^umed to the <Hlg- 
inal &m. 

Carr^ G. dou^, aty Purchas- 
fog A^BBi, saki he had contacted 
the firm early in ttw w^, ^ 
had been prflinised the appraisal 
hi time, for jH^saAaftkm to City 
Omin^ on Monday. 

K wu the decisim <rf city offi- 
cials not to rel^se the catonts 
of one aipwisal mtU both^were 
In tte hm^ of the pn^or aiithc^- 
ties. 

CHy officials have now i|>plied 
lu-avi&Ue FMtead lirada to fi- 
nm% one-half of ^''approved 
m.OQO pureh»e. deri^Md to be- 
come a recr«Btieiial area. Two Jri- 



VIRGI!»aA BEACH - Virgtaia 
Beadi aty Coondl will torn have 
anrth^ vac^nqr. Since Edward T. 
Caten m has reeea^ been elected 
a the Vv^la Home of Detegates, 
jatiiaaanliiig Oa dty «f Vh^ma 
•lUph. kt «U1 r|rign life «A en 
rip Us aiew 






UTi|N RESffiNATHM RUMORED 



School Board Acts Oil 
Controversial Matters 



VIROINU BEACH - The new 
hi|^ schod on llrri Cokmial Rqpd 
will be known as Oceana High 
S^ool ... at least for awhile. At 
its regular m^^ii^ on Tuesday Uie 
SdMd Board reaffirmed its stand 
and nude 4k decisim to open 
Virginia Beadi High Schod as Vfr- 
ginia Beadi Junkv Hig^ School 
in September WU. At that tiiitM 
die senior grwles will be trans- 
ferred to the new high schod. 

It was late in the meetbig before 
the cMitrove-slal aer^ d the 
new school was brought up. Neal 
Owens, of Vfr^aia Beac^ Borough, 
sai^, "I hi^ to trlng up the fire- 
cradber . . ." Owens went on to 
say that He thoi^t the board had 



"daiydaUied" enough. Acting 
Chaimwi G«>rga Ferrdi coun- 
tered with, "I thot^t it had been 
finalized." Ferrdl also said that tf 
the is«ie were to be reopened, he 
would like to have aB ^Hurd m«n- 
bers frese^ Se^al were Ml 
titmct Tue»Uy. But the Board li 
now m reotrd ncrt to diange its 
deciston to name ti)e new sduol, 
Oceana, witti i^ie re^rvatim. 1%e 
words, "at feis tune" were tacksd 
tm the official action. 

The controversy b^ui wh^ two 
factbia viriied to niune tte sclwd 
Ofx wai^ it to be R. H. Owen 
Hi^ &*ool. The other, wWdJ has 
MkiitioBal fud now, wwitad it to 
be named Virginia BeKh I^ 





.c&dtftie 
Oitan would net tm- 
ipa wmam tfiat Ut nripnlbn 
^ VamkiM. Re ML "I Inbdl 
t^^&eoss the mal^ wlOi d^ 
OxuKil at our i6aA sdsitt^ (fllM- 
day. November a. MB) and im 
be gukM by »» wktet.': 

^^eeutathn has it thi^ Caton wfll 
resi^ fr«n Oty CoamSk effective 
some thne ^ end irf Deosnber. 
Hie Vir|^ Qeiiefd A^emfafy 
anveast in Stetam} diBing thefj 
aecoed week in Jaauhry, av. 

flsvml flmm btve bera soea- 
tioned, both puUidy and ix^ately, 
as po«d>)e rqrfM^oaenta hx Catao, 
howevw, no one person has been 
geno'^ enArsad. (tee (tf the 



mir€ titan aMittkned mam v^ 
thit ef fbigar L. "Bud^" Rifts, 
who reperte^ has.petttkns bebig 



cuvdatad 



Us 



_ It la fastoali Oat there are 
la *'»e Isb. rielared a^e v» 
Jachs. as «iBy wen bcgiBiiBg the precariaea Jab si pain|i« the 
gjirpli if Am tint neriiqrt«rtaa Chnrdi «f Vhtftfa BeaA ea Wk 
aiieet. ll» Iwe wara haing «raeled by a f«aw werher who was 
sd^taicwitia peMl. A smOlgrsq^df b y s t assd rrs steed briaw waA 
iialetly 



T. CSATON, m 



vate i|>praisab «e naoettoy ie- 
toe Fedo-al tods can be panted. 
Thei« has hem some qsa^aa 
tiiat tte pinthasa pri<« te too U^, 
althov^ city eiBdals have denied 
this. sayli« fte friee paid was 
"Mr." 

If Oe second ani^tel rni^m 
in time, tt is es^M^ b# iA 
be pTMOited to t3i^ 'd^iaM and 
made public at Ae Mne time. 



MN KiU£0 n 
FREAK ACCnSIT 



^. 



VmaiNIA BEACM - A Made 
fix- a tafllAaff ti»t was tandM 
loose from a fhi&ed truck l^ed 
a ^year old man in a U'l^Bc ac- 
ddent on Nortii Landing. Road Sat- 
lirds^ nw^sing. 

llOton Akmm Lee of the ^ 
Uoek rf &J«n Road became Vi'- 
^ Beach's 19th frsfilc fatoUty 
to the freak accident. The acddmrt 
oocurrad not far from his h(»ie. 

"bMStigating oiBcert s^ W* 
nar, vHiM WM northfawnd, swerv- 
ed tala *a eapoaitelriia, hitti^ 
ttw KMrill n ni ii i Iraeit; In a curve 
absK W fast aa^ «f Salem Roid 
Aet^r baian nom. 

KAan fte ^ o m eb Je riiuc^ fte 
Mr IMT iW<tfaB ef 4» track, fte 
baUdaaer Made iM was dudned 
doem beoke kiose wd ata^ed hi- 
to fte oar. pdkre said, and \A 
Ue. He reeiiaBl nailttple h«»d 
and ^Bmk ^ffifei. effiem ^d. 

Bswitt. K. ef 4he m 



Uoek of Sarian Am Odwe. ate 
waa drh^ Ihe tradc^ mm aat 
taijurad. FoUoe aqr thi^ have fitod 
a diarge of a»naln#lpr afataiit 
Um. 

Lee. csi^bfi^ ftt SS |carf by 
the Ford Molaf C^mpafar, is aar- 
vM I9 hto w^ Mrs. Itae T^ 
Lee; twa teiMKi, IM. isfl^ 

phf;-a son, fbbefe 1^ \m; 
and five risters, Mrs, AadHiae 
Jiadaaii. Mrs. CecO turf. Mrs. 
Latsy Davis, Mrs. SnM Waitf, 
and Ida. Ooi Hsitfer. A of Vh-- 
jBua Beach, aad four bnOMrs, 
Sari mA Barry Le« ^ WitMk 
and Venone tM and Ottan tm 
of Vff^nia BiMh. 

Lee vms a mMlve d PitncM 
hmt CoiBrty. 

A funeral aevke w» hiM e»- 
lier ftis wedi at EbAonan-Bromi 
f^neni Home #tti tett sirvkes 
Md at Roaebnod UmMM Parit 



W Conalttee 
Leailsr Says lie 
Wsi't Ran 

WUGBAA KACH - The dudr- 
man ef the Vvginia B«eh Rapah- 
Ikan Conaaidltee. a^v he wffl not 
seek rMd«^loB la fttt poet eariy 
a«t year. Dan H. HsOn. 31. a 
meefcaafad.en^eer at Newport 
News Dry Oodc CoBfui^. tap hdld 
the post since last DeoceriMr. 

Haflta h«a eafled a meethig of 
the OOP Ooiamittae t^mwk^ 
wli^ at • •'dadt, at the Gbnra- 
tta-. Rqmrto% Ae major Item ef 
is fte ^^xMment of a 
wUdi wfil 



' BUttf a wtfe. itmem. sapi be 
iriD dcOatt^ not seek r edectten 



Aatis Naaied 



at 

rition tothe 

orgaiigatiaB. It h* dmiit i aame 

and has eisolsd ettpcn. 

About Vkg periMl ei vfrieui 
political b^sii Mtended fte ale- 
end M^anhEa^tonal meedng last 
wealrend at fte FIna tree Inn. 
About the attae nadMr attewied 
fte fir^ med^ Mrfy lad month. { 

The anti-<»-ganixatMm MgaMsa- | 
tion wiU be known as fte OtlMB'a 
Oiundl tc€ Better Govenanart in 
Vir|;Wa Beach. 

Eleded preddent of the group 
was Jpeq^ Runo. ftisso opente 
a hair atyVst riiop in Noi^A. WO^ 
son diafdm was etected vice^resi- 
doit. aiKl Ms wife. freMaar. An- 
gda Coi^kl is record secre- 
tary, and Ifrs. Roaa Stanton, ccn^ 
reapomSflg secntary. Harry Saw- 
yer wffl be Mriwian; Cleve (Heve- 
land, pM-liamoterian; uid Fred 
Ward. s«-gefflit dt arms. 

t|e Int meethig was rqiertodly 
called by L. Charles ^irlage. de- 
feated State aeertorial eM^Uate M 
the Jufy OwHeiaif pdmaif . 

Oae of ' the VMkcrs al fte more 
meant meethig. James R. Logans 
sau! the ffo^ is not "am<fuak- 
katioB" aa madi s it is "pco goad 
govwiiiint*' Ik aided that the 
fiadi^ ffouf H agiytet pdi^ 
ettd^ ate pmfit Iqr ^dr muai- 
f^ dHcei^ Hftoui^ he dieced 
no ^^ecMe cases. 

Aoeortt^ to fte l^-laws d fte 
aew fcoi9. oftel- AjKitivea iadude 
tamag aad mppBtmg ^laltBed 
taeifle Jn- aiiJeH)al t^tken tt 
Vfrgtaiia ^e^ to keep dthi^ns 
be^ formed on fte innta' wMc- 
^ of nMridpal ^emm^ and 
to edaWft a cefe d etfates. 
: In orgn^ig, aeae d the tpeik- 
^^ Mm^ttiy spei^ durg- 
as. 1^ csi^lm pddic offld^ and 
ao mH l(ad& oaes have 'been 
l^rmcnked. 



BUS COMPANY SEEKS 
PERMANENT FRANCHISE 




pan^g service in Virginia Beach 
as tlM city c(u>tinues to grow at 
tts ripd {»ce. The bw ten^a^ 
told fte (^ tt wUI piavUs senftee 

An advtea ixntai^ ii 0- 



VmOlNIA BEACH — Traihvays 
B«a ^stem vHll sedc a pemnanent 
^ frwKAlae at dty Oxi^il Mon- 
jU9, ^ a biM s«vtoe oonei^ 
0^9^ to l&x^ Um4 VI 

^hs^W MriHMint at 
Amie Coortaase dltf fte 

^^^^^M^waa aa^^^^^^w^^^a ^^■^^■^a^^^^ ^w^w^* ^^^^^^^/^ ^ ^ ' - z~ ■ =■_ 

Impotsff servkxT #aa Mkb}* Mdi IStm^mW^ 

iMd y^K KaaJtMUe. 



Tbe nomhaNhH KWitiMtw Is 
be choaea Thorsd^ id#tViA vie> 
eannd a new didto d olBeecs 
to the peaiA offfoaaaan to be 
cbeasn A a maas meettag on Jn- 
«ffy K. At flds tinae. no pbce 
has been sd for fte nun medu^ 

theVfagiUa Beadi Golp Com- 
mittee, whh^ rad^tnfaees every 
two yaar^ ekdad Hdlk to tfie 
^ fad lAer te Oonanittoe oust- 
ed iraUara M. Nfaeon, M a squab- 
ble ov«r fte Mnttog Q< P«^ 
itf&frs at ^rgiida BeadL 



iwncE 
THE viRGiNu nt/im .mM 

wedc ea Wed- 
d 




aameiay. We 
receiving asry nsd aV 



and after aewa sanrc^ 
day, Nevoobd- II. IMS. ^ev 
wa be 0t^f ap- 



KAed en ftd roirte.Mveral mi^ 
ago and haa (kme qptte a«fl« aa* 
»rding to Ralph Hcraa. who h 
fte mttiigar d fte Dd-Ma^V8 
dhdrion d Traihn^. 

Apjprovd d the appUatten 
would MtaMidi T^taihmqw aa fte 
baa ooD^e^ wUd) «1U aShf «- 



b?i# 



ismtn MMm Caraar Md Vl^, 
gtdk Beach Bouiafard via Ude- 
aiMiiae BoiJinrt, Btywoed 
RMd istiAragaaa «eii«»*<I;/VIr 
1^ Baidi Boulevard and l^s 
^ad via OcMiai Bt^evanL ' 



Schod. Scv^d ftousmd 
have been repcrtedly affixed to 
petition seeking to get the 
to cbai^ Uamind aad noake 
new building Virginia Bm<A 
School, after aU. Ifod wh6 
the old name ap^uraatly 
bx sendmemal reaaem and 
fte rtanni The Boaiti, \mkm$, 
haa std>bomly stuck to the 
Oceana. 

aty Council reported^ 
at an exMutive Ksskn to 
to fte board that the mime bej 
Ododal ^h Schod. wmt 
a f^-year etd 
sc^mls should bear fte name 
the gaoravUed araa^ Ni ai«M| 
d Qjundl actkn wm bron#K ip 
at Tumft^a pdbttaimiiaWm .'^^ 

The ctecision to ttotet fte 
fa^ VMiiaSaad 
jimior ip focflKy aitt after ^ 
pemtendeat d Sdied% P. W.^ 
stated the (resent bsMbm mm 
nedl eaqddnd^ upgralbig te ^ 
a flrst-daaa hi^ school Hf 
that the plant «ia«ki need « 
ftuft nd a 
Cos added ft^ 
a^ooi wn wK new wi 
Had far a yw. 
Si^Ktol has bedi 

^thottt a daAamT 



HQQ ^^hk vui^ 
vtt be ready ia 
UglTJitlijnft wffi serve ei#ifc 
lift ind lift grades «tei% 
e|Mii. 
• (CMttMed on Paga SeveB)^ : 




t. UUUJfflAW PULLEY 

VOUGINIA BEACH - R. Brad- 
Puiiy has beeh ekcted 
preddeit el fte Vh|i||ia B^kdi 
C^amto of Cnrnnots lad 1^ 
sotiebed A. ft. Qwws m Janaiff 
I. ftiey ia an iimirance eaect^hfa. 
Oim* officii sdected are Geoi^ 
W. Vdms. first vtee preddent; Wfl- 
Ham C. ^aycak, second vUx presl- 
deot; Ua. Loey F. 'n-afton, aeoe- 
tary; and James G. Kantopanos, 
treasurer. 

latdldieii ef the dBcea wiH 
be hdd at a dbMoa meeft^ on 
14 at the.Cavaiiar 



FUZA DEMOS 
Tp ORGAMZE 

MMQipilA BBACH - Ptans are 
iow gndlMvay tor fte fotmatkn of 
a new dfahteiHon to the Prkietm 
Ante Iwa «ea. A an^ gnu^ 
wUl bU an orgmiatiflHal med- 
iag itoaybfy ai^ and mi^ piu» 
kt a Datiocratic club. 

Acoordtt^ to WiBiam S. IfKHiiaa 
oae d fte iniators of fte gn^, 
t^ orianlzatton is beta^ ad v^ 
to peq^tuat^ and support the kcal 
I^nocratic organization', to insare 
its continuing mctx^, {nd to Iwlp 
c(H^ue gin! govenment in \^- 
ginia BeKh, The group hopes to 
sup^AsamA fte existing orgadaa- 
tkni 2md the Young IJeowcrats d 
^^rglala Beadi. 

Tlie ^^MA gconp ^ ^ pri- 
trmHy ecnytased ol .e^iits d 
Prf!^ai ^Ae Pfam, «Am iiiA to 
inls^ mmt i«ople ti good gov- 
tt^maat add c^ aMriia. 

Donocratic Natioaad Oanmit^- 
nnia. Bdat^ S. Kdldn,' and City 
p^neflRm Jamas Dardini. will 
addK^ die meeting, at the' h«ne 
df V^M & Ifadttll, m Pfwler 



FBI CoRference 
MMitli^B. 



I 



VlRratNU BEACH - The 

i d One TklMfator F. B 
lynxiual Cmf erences <wu bdd lak 
THiesday at 9:00 a.m. d fte Oan- 
mod(H« Comtry Od) M Kem^ 
vffle. 

ReiaeeenUrthiea ^ram ptAcc and 
othn: law mAarcmmi ig a iyia s 
from VirgMM Beaeh, Pbrtamouft. 
Omapeate, Nerldk. did the East- 
ern Shore attended ^ mating. 

mi^ E. Camp^Q, tgedal 
e^&A to diavge d tte FBl'f Nor- 
folk office add ihe medh^ ia 
Virginta Beach. '&lSdk and New- 
port News are {»it d a nationd 
program ahned d briqghig federd 
agento h^fter wift lecd law eo- 
iMrcemest oJSk%rs la eadiange 
kieas <m tacreased ofpen^ e& 
deocy bdween fte two agencies. 

Oan^jheD ^cusaod twb ncent 
federd moves whk^cbedly effed 
)6ad law enforcement. The Pradi 
doit's eemorisdon <m' Law feto- 
forc«m«]t ami Am Administraticm 
d .^Mtice, ttd fte Law El^tece- 
mefrt Ad d U86. TheJNi two moves 
were dkcussed in his opei^ ad- 
dress. 

Tlie tVfff^eniiXtvts ften heM 
pand dia^nakms on law ^orce- 
mento pdbHc image, new sd^tfi& 
adds to law oforconent, and tl^ 
need lor better oooperdicxi be- 
tween j^foides <m aU levds. 





ymxmm beach - John c 

Bra(|bame Ine rea^ned asi n»n- 
41^ of fte lo^ Vbgittia ESmpl 
n^ Ccmmiaaiott dbx, <hie to HI 
heeK His rasfgaatnn beofme d- 
fedtve Novaaifter S. 




had been wIft the 
l^ince isez and had 
been mani^ d th^ kxal dlice 
na% February, UM. 

^Mn]ed sm actiag OBam^er to 
sUQMed him is Ruasah 0. lUiela 
vHbo took oi^r his ftrties w Mao- 
digr. 



D. wumn 

Buidy, will ^ the {Hrhidpd 
er at fte aamai LidM 

* t T^ of fte AH^^nia 
tary Chft to be h^ 
aitt f^yaher Hotad 

Bandy is noiesKirlte 
t^et dnner spaacbes. He 
Norft Cbrolina U^ ad»d 




LICHT REPAIRED 

The Vkgbihi Beadi Safety De- 
partment has amounc«i fte re- 
pek d fte tralBc U^t d the in- 
ta-section d ChMe Road ai^ Vir- 
l^nia Bea^ Boi^vati. Hie li^ 
iriij^ gives a toi-se^nd sKJvance 
ler ead-boinid traffic, wisfaii^ b 
t»n ido Srd Nedc Potait. tod 
be«i (wt d conpdadon sevtfd 
we^ due to a marhadfd Mxat. 



BOYS'TOWN CMOIR * 
HERE MONDAY NIGHT 



VffiGINIA BEACH — Vhe mtH 
^mtoas Boy's Town Choir from 
i3oy*s Tw-n, Nebraska, are sdied- 
vM to arrive to Virginia Iteadi 
i^bHiday mordi^ for their aucert 
ftat night at Hu Virginia Beadi 
pome, d8:lS p.m. 

When the boys arrive, with a 
special polk» Mdort, ft^ wDl be 
md by city offers. 

The dmt vtil be the gmita d 
tw) hosts tdien thev tour N. 4. S. 
Oceana: Caot. Dexter C. Rir^ev. 
It the base comnvmdtog officer, 
and Cdr. J. D. tift. the baae ex- 
ectttive offtcer. 

While d Oceua fte boys w(D 
see the plan«, in fte air md nr\ 
the i^ouml. miw bein eused in Vld 
Nam, and wiH ed luiich at the 
nwss-hdl m the base. 

FiAyii^ fte iottr d fte bMe. 
fte groqn ail be eaonrtod by As- 
dstai^ (% Manager Bager Seott 



Ml a tout d the id«redii% 
Virginia Beedi. 

Tickets for the 
ed by the Virpila 
lA^e No. 2288, affe stffi 
suk wW remain m 
.vtowSigr. Tl^ can be 
It Vl^nto B^ch Genei 
The Dane, I^pies 
at Linkhom 
Ca^or Vacl;A «md 
(Mi R6d«ri«d 
RiamMcy. 

A large portion of 
ra^ed by the c<»«fC, 
seiStol to Virginia 
Hospital 

Tliis is one 4 
atfractmai lb 
BmkA moa fte 
atovd^ afld fteee 
ttk wt^9A a ftdt 





i^lnla to^ S^ ftjwrtdty, November 18, 1965 
2^ 




l9m^s 



VWqNIA BE^H 

.M, .^-■mJL^ I. e.roi !U )0m ki. idjji' ^.j 
0.. t.ng 



UUK MUH* Mi.^ ^wc. . I iw. 



WEDDINGS 



BOSIONS^OPIEY 

VIRGWA BEAOI-Ae HMT- 
ij^e rf M* 1 'IAS MaMTicj C^ 

: V*.Lry Roy II Ji4w-. A., 

;^ce Not. U af • p.a. h 

t"* «« ller Central Ch. rch of Nat- 

f jy. Tie c^raoiony was perform- 

aJ b t'e Rev. Walter F. MaJ.er 

1 bride s th^ dj-g tar of Jie 
.L*. Li-vwatx T. Cj^lej Sr. and 
\tii iats Mr& C^ky. fi» hriJ^ 
groan U tiM aM d Mri. Halinda 



FALL SPECIALS 



NO APFOINTMINT NfCiSSARY 

8 FBCI A L 




CUNIC PRICES 

MONDAY ~ TUESQAY - WBa)m:SDAr 

vrra im ad ma.Y 




WIG SET $3-95 



-AT out OCIAN A i O CATtOW 

Special B^pdK 

• Haircuf 50 $1 .00 

• SlwmpooASef ..$14» $1^ 

• Tim Rftoiich . . . $3.9$ $4.75 

• Permanents $4.95 $6.50 

Up 
work performed by ttudenft 



Tmey of W«it TaA, Ark., and t% 

!%• VMe me ^^ in inirri8|i 
b - hor br^m, Lmnam Ca ^ 

a..i of 1 MOT Mi t' 2 iNhle's ? 1 
aticnJant. 

Vance Payne, 1®I, irf file, Pa., 

a best man. 

lifter a wading trip to iM$b- 
inoad, \he eotpie «^ livt irt ^7 

, mxi\a Drive, I^dca Padu 



DAY & NiGNT ClAfSiS 

6 oaI fm mii' 

COMPLETi COUBE 

$2504X1 

aiimitmmimmmmtm 



mmm 



WIGS 539.95 
100% Human Kair 

HAND MADE - $99.00 

Aaj CbIm- 

WICLETS $11.95 



Sp«^ To flMM* Tfutf Have Lictfm* h«fii Other States for. Additional 
Now* To QMlify For Virsinia ^ato aoard. Free Scliolar»hip» To Thoae 
TlwlQyaMy. '^ -^^^^^ 

O^ANAWAUTYACADOMY JANAT lEAilTY ACADEM^ 

1117 vii^ia Boadi Blvd. T274 N. Military Highway 

Fhono 4284244 c Phone 155-^061 



OPfN i^mr »NtHTTIU 10 P.M.-EXC^ SATURDAY NIGHT 



SUalMEBA^PRAtUCY 

CHESAPEAKE — Ifiss Sharop 
Lee flpr^f asd l^ermaa ArAur 
SinniaHra Jr. were mar^ Sat- 
urdayr tvMfa^ in the B^iel Aa> 
rnniif-^ Goil Church. He B«v. 
H. B, Mason oJiRciated, assiit^ bf 
tlie Rev. S. C. Revell. 

Ilw bride is ti^ dau^ter of l»Ir. 
and Mrs. Richard Roland Spratley 
of dma^eaks. Mr. Sunnners is 
tha «n (rf Mr. mid Mn. S)«tnaa 
AltiHir Smnmers ol yk(fiA» Beach. 
1tolM^ wai fivm is marri^ 
by b&e faitber wl was atte^ed 
by Ifiss JudHh Sp«e«. maid of 
hoiuH-. Brideanakk wm« Miss 
Gaitha Curling and Miss Linda 
MMAnanny. Dnise 9t*m was 
fkwer girl. 

B^ imn for Mr. Smanwi wu 
FYanli ReDavid of NorfoUi. Ushers 
vtere Dw^ ^manen and Riduird 
Sununers, IxtMhers of the bride- 
groom. Timothy ^atky, brotbar 
of the bride, was ria^l)^irer. 

A rece^ion was held in 6» social 
haU of the church. The nwrlyweds 
left for a MrtiMMi trip and will 
iiiah» theh- imne ki lite Palms 
Apartments, Virginia hweh. 

QILUKIN-H(WMM 

N(XRFOLK-Miss CacUia Graca 
HobaoB becMse the bride (rf 
diaries Cicero GUittin <m Suuiqr 
at 3 p.m. in the Rlirar forest 
Siar» Oiurch of 'God. Tltt Hev. 
W. H. ^rugh performed the ore- 
nemay. * .» a . 

The 'jtm Um mfilkBt d Mr. 
and Mrs. Eldcm Cectt Hobson of 
Virginia Beach. The bridegroom is 
Qie son of Mr and Mrs. Cicero 
GUlilcin of Chesapealce. . 

11% brkle was given in marriage 
by her father. Miss CoimSe Anne 



of Vlr^ala ae«A w« 

maid of iMoor and laly aMao^^fflt 

mA Dudl wsK b^ sum. 
GroonMraisi vera IhnW Hdbaoli 
f( W^inia Raeh. Ix-ottM- of tiie 
bri^ nrete^ Bnnv and Jote- 
nie iRMii, botb of Ri^lMNiiL 

\ r^ce-tim wn M^ ta ^ 
rA ^ocisi hta. J^ a ««d- 
iUig ta-ip to Waihfilin ftC, tta 
^e ill live la Clwsapeake. 



BIRTHS 

Mr and Ifii. Ediiwd M. Clail» 
MHounce te Mrth of thal^ firal 
diiid, a son. nmd4 Out, m Oct. 
tt in De Paol HospM. Mn. Oarfct 
is tte former MIh M^Uiiie Basa, 
da^Mir ot Ito. D. Carr Baa* of 
Bli^Md and the bte Mr. BaiM. 
Mf . ^rks is ttie «n of Mrs. U» 
E. Cta*^ of Reseda. Calif., and 
tha tola Mr. OaAa. 

Mr. mi Mrs. Alan G. T. Greg- 
ory anncNince the birth of tfieir 
w^od (Aild, firtf dai^tf, iuAAey 
Ntaftrth. tm Nov. • in N«fo& Qea- 
erri Hoipltal. Mrs. Gre^ry U tke 
loraar Mtaa Robbi D. MosamST 
dau^ter of Mrs. Raed D. IMt of 
Ptttsburgh. Pa., and Robert D. 
MsiaBap of Pahn Beach, Fla. Mr. 
Gngary is tiw son of Mrs. IRiof W. 
Qn$f«ry and tha l«ta Mr. Gregra;, 

• • * 

Ifr. and Mrs. Robert J. Boyle of 
GlfDVMw, m., amount the Urth 
of Adr first child, a dau^t«r, 
drtUeea Marte, on Nov. 13 fa) 
Great Lak« Naval Hosi^tal, Graat 
Lakes, H. Mrs. B<^le is Uw for- 
mar l#u Arlene J(»es, dau|trter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton P. Jmes 
of Norfolk. Mr. Boyle is the son 
of Mr^-aad Mrs. C^ S. Bc^la of 
Virtf nia Bnck. 




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aad Jeny 



Malealm 
mdmn^ Beioe 



Gmim. Mrnde Adaias; Back Smt: Ma Edwards, Manrls Uadaay 



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AL PURCH 

CM£ S, 

wghmr dessert dish, and ^lals 



i 




Capt (U. S. Aimy) and Mn. R. F. 
vnllWMWD &*. aimoum^e the birfh 
of th^ second uid third c3)ikh^ 
twin b<^s, Richard Bailey WUUam- 
am Md Raado^ Biag Willion- 
son, in Wffliam Beaomont hospital, 
El Paso, Texas, on Oct<4>a') IS. 
Mrs. Williamson is the fontier Miss 
Pi^cia Gilham, dm#ter of EUls 
M. Gilliam d Virginia Beach. 
C^. Wflliamacm is the son <tf Mr. 
am Mra. B. F. Williamson Jr. (d 
Bay Island. 



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epT OF 4 

(Olah ancl Pial*^ 




WM.A.ROGERS* 

prN« BIl^eRPI-ATE 



iY ONIfSA LfS. 
ifl^MMITHS 



la iflafM^r mn tUs ddW»tfciIlf wrful pieoa im|«S 
iMMyiiicHt Time's a pUca fi» U ta everjr lioiMe* 
^ii^^ kacm^avm {Oathig of pure dv«r^ ti^died to 
i %li|P^ Wilii.^bei|ht3H«cbes, diameter 4 la- 
" " " 6ia^ei. 







Sqsp Ball 



8HOP8 r<m THC i.AQICS AND THEIR DAUGHTERS 

N(mf is the time jot Monogramming Christ- 

I mas Gifis, Wf nare able to giz^e sen-ice 

■ • within One week. Your name or initials m 

lettering of your choice on the item l>'0» 

choose. - 

1.00 a letter ior 

I JO fl, letter if merclumdise is 

purchased at Rose Hall 

Open Monday & Friday evenings tU 9 p.m. 
3 1 33 Va. Bo«f h Mvd. Va. Beach, Virginia 



Bobbey Walkar. Misa 
WMoniaA (Pktom By 



Susaa Fkmcb. GoBter Schebeaberger from Aoatria, Sandy DOkiB aod Miss Kathy 



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Sparkling geld & s8\^ 
%^h ichooi colors « • » 
beautiful charmi . . . new 
coilaga fypa rinfs., . » 
budaat pricad and finely 
crsfftd. 





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Front Row: HQaa lile JUneaes aad Miss Mniae 8ta^. Back Vafar: 
Ronnie HiBMl aid John CrowBag. (Staff Photo). 




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I0I-1U MflMAMN ST. J^^f ^'^^!? 
0OWNTOWN NORPOLK HRTtL I PsiH 




Left te R^: Mhs Liaara Parteaier, BO! fflte, EaraeM Firaiiki and BUss Jan Hudson. (Ptctnre By Boice 

Stadio). V i 



IIk Vfrgbd> Bea<A CotWoB club 
cdebrated the fu-st dance (rf the 
sMSon SabirdE^ night at the Cav- 
alier Hotel ^ 

The band known as thV Check- 
n^es was r^ co{rt. t}^ baiui 
C(Hi^ted of twv guitars, tw^ sax, 
drums and a singer. Midcobni C^ 
dan, the singe*, really k^ the 
crowd, in a go go and hapRr mood. 
This xmxi \\ a real entert9in^r; 
such a shame he will be leaving 
the band before hmg to taks up 
his internship for a doctor. He wiJQ 
sure^fe'n^ssed. 

Tte young^ladies did look so very 
glamorous in "^ir fomials. They 
were both long and short fonnafs. 
iFormals meant inofliir^ when they 
started dandng. lines w«re o6 and 
set aside. 

Miss Jolle J^v^ wore a beau- 
tihil and vei7 (wtstanding long 
ioonal. The nuOerial was gold 
lame wiUi sprigs o( iea\«s woven 
in the material colors of blue, red 
and gold. Her shoes were red |ind 
ear rings, that drc^ from the ear 
were gold nug^ts taken from the 
mountains tf Trinidad, tm lovely 
(H^it with her olive skin and dark 
hair made th& yotmg lady wt- 
landing. 

Some tA the c(Hq>tes sera were: 
Min Pam Onr^, Bill Garner, Mis 
Keysl Ferebee, Ueyd Tinsley. MW 
Lois Abrsnttls. Miss Mar|ai«t Ad- 
daii»ook and^Rsbert Alewau 

Mm (taaaa' lAi^vad. .tabrcy 
ftadns, HObb K$itA JlaMimm. Mhs 
tosaa Blakely, Wm IWaMi BUby. 
Swk damavt. Mte&wa b^Ul, 
I^Ml Jertaa md Jifeli' JMaa. 
Mfta JandMb Geotfe Kna. John- 
ny Maddns. BMiari Miles, AUss 
C^ AQIer. afiss Rebecca Al^, 
Mki AliiiBe »eae and ^ Si^ 

tt^ 4VH» was hpld {(Mr meoobss 
aod tl^ guaits of ti» Co^ill^ 
club, but ev^iyoiie that wag at 



the CavdJo* A some tkne of the 
ni^t ktift the d«^ tl^y were 
att«)ding toi wtfdi 0iese young 
boys and 1^ .^ 

It is really wenibffcd to b6 young 
and so fuU of 0i^{y; and, believe 
me, it tak^ ffu^ to dp the 
dances ^^0^m^ night. I^ 
dm't b^l^'^Mw^^^ng peoi^V 
sat itm^ missgL duHng intermis- , 
tiixi atift^ ttm ^y repl^- 
ished 4M^i#|s%tth cokes, po- 
tato chi^i. Ir^J^ cake. 

For av^ -ttrel-lMurs tl^ 
daaced IM^ fiHai. MMkey, te 
Fk«ddi.ik^«itai.^Bbhike, Mash 
Fatal*— ^ JMPW Ik ffixl tli^ 
■mxe diMig iti .' 

I have 09«M%d these dances 
b^re and tiiese you^ peo{te have 
awmArfol tbne. I can only say 
to th(^e who do not belong to tlM 
cbJb, join ai^ have fun, real good 
cteatt fun. 

Oortaf UdelKiAttii? is tt« ex- 
cbaage gtudsot fcia Au»tiia at* 



tending the Vh^iida Beadi I^ 
Schwd this year; and I «n sura 
whai 1m returns borne be wiU tell 
all about these hapjpy young boys 
and girls and the uraodnfid times 
th^ have. 

Ottoi attoidii^ wa«: Pete Sa> 
dM. Jaha Crawttag. Msa 
Pafteatar. MIbs Aaa Deal. 

eejla 

Jaa 



MM BoMria'ttNlfi.eity FMtai, 




FiAct. 

Mlaa Gidl Wa#( Mka-CsK. BaMbqr 
Walker, Miss ShsflH Vranea. 
KrtlQr WeoacK aad 

I am sure thm i^re ioaie 
name that I OMld aet gat. If I 
niisKd any of j^, pkiase {or^ 
me. I sbiA fmoim ^fi^i« n^ 
dance I ^ ^ T^m^ 

Hope to b^ v^ yw j4iA> i»st 
wedi ... i^lptvMite oMe ek 
y«]r|6tf . . . wiififik for me. 




ENGACEA\ENTS 



iroODaoMBMIOirN the ^fgUk ke^iimf and te IM- 

<^ VmaWlA BEAOI - Mr. wd verify of Nortt QmdkM KhM 
Ifti. IMfia E. Wbodhotne ^n* he wai a imrabir of a. Aata^ 
mmm the ngapmeiit of tt^ ItaE: He ji a M^teo of Ifri. 
to^tw. Wn wdm Lee Wood- John llacky nMvto if Vlrg^ 
hMM*. feD Bernard Lee Bitwn. 
, Mr. Ikimn it tiw nii oC Mr. 
and Mrs. Flt*hi# Lie Brown Jr. 

IHe lading will take place in 
DecHobflf. 

MiM WoodMwae U a senkx- at 
nsyd E. K^Mm Hi^ School 



GAnttN 
COiWCIL 



itMifcitH% 4 ft ]Mi» gac^ta 
ck^. 

M* of ftt ann^ CSirMnaa imtjr 

la t^A ttw IwlMndB an invited. 

Ite Lakatfda Oaln«laiceiit Home 

Iw the Aged «m te he the reclp- 

'1«GD«AMEA<«~TheOoyB' ^jH^'^fL'H ^ ^L 

^, » - ,--— cU of Gwdin OAt. ol Vfrgito ^i?*?^ ^ TT-i&iglvliig 

Beadi and the krte Mr. B^dntei BMdi at thair Novanher ma^m V^^^ ol the etab. 

and of tte tate Mr. ttd Mrs. M- i^pro^ dte jl^m ihrawn l^ ti- n wti dariild to fflstnoite a 

h«n BIad[ford of Ridunmi Va. 0a Ib^er, harOc^tayiA here j^j^ ^ ^ r^^Ms of the c<nv 

Ihe wading wffl take ptoce Dec. iniM' V.P.L AgricuMwe Etim- jn^^ yAb^ tf^n lo malte this a 

as in the RockviOe Unttarte ^an Sarvke, to jkai cr^ nqnt^ ^i^Me CMMmaa" by i^^ wfahe 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, Novertiber 18, 1^5 

Page3-A 

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Ifti. MUton mt wied aQ 
pnenbei to help nudbe this a wc- 
eeaa m tf precaeehi wffl ^ to 
te mm Qtn»t^ Itapital (rf Vir- 



dninh. 



VIRGINIA BI^CB - lAr. mid 
Mrs. On^ W. DMwa amiotRice 



traes thog First Colonial Road 
and Larictai Ro«L 

the OoukA voted to apfNx^iSe 
eiOM^ moD^ far ft ae nty oepe 
nifrtle U«a t» at«t ttw i4nti%. 



I^ hylfet in cax^kes fw the 
windows. 

Mn. Arttaar CkiDi#tf gave a 
mert iirteraatiag nd MmnMive 



B^v«-«ni. Iran- tj^ eMafflBitnt of tt^ d«i#ler. ^^^ in» » ■«« i« KM«»u«. ^^JJJ^^^L, ae<»ritoM*uAig ^^^ arrangeiBwts wwe won oy from the Lynnhaven Gard«i ciuD. 
r2:;2J^«t Miss'tSSTl^ DiJSn; IjL'^^^SS^rXI^ SSST-S^J^Stf ^s^tonBlalrand Mrs. sonny b1^ r«»ns w^re won by *e fol- 

■ " - JJlIL^Sl^ STuS? S ? ''"^ **«^ ' towing for arrangements: Mrs. Mu- 



l^nnUon ThaniM Lea. 

Mr. Lee is tile aeo of Ifr. ffid^ 
Mrs. W. 



E. Lee of Norfoft." ^^7"* ^ ^'^ 



VAGIMA BCACH-4fra. Fraa- 
eei R ta 

gagcroent of her daii«btor. Mia 
FrawM EUiia- HeMer, to SuMd 
SoAt Am^rong Jr. 

Sfflnuel Scott Arpiatrong of Norfoik pru,«„ Aane HiA ScAooL «» Wf* Otairil Road on either r*L^ S^ " . ki«lnffUifl 

and Mrs. iohn F.Rose or Mameo. '^rtefLT-^ ln« »^ '^ *« '^jf Jl"^ fTi:^ c^St. '«STsie^ 

iL H«*«. u « i4ai ««*..♦. Maury Hi^ Sdiod and. attoaded monj ^^«f^*^' »^ r? &t»t a tomala evton cut in half. 

Mss Ife^ is a mi p^te oy Dantako QAi^ when Tie coothwe to plaot around tta ho.. - ^^ ^^^^ ^^ ,„^ 

_^Maury High School. Sie is a »^ » „.,n^ inggapna T-. pital irf atag FW Cbbnitf Road !r.,rSJ!!rS™!S- .^ 

mm li tHd Domfiuon College: fraternity^ « 

Ihe «4dding will take {^jk« Jan. 
25 in the Outpel in the Wootk. Na- 
v^ Air Sttaiu), Norf^ 



Mrs. \naf(h A. Butlw gave an 
intonestfng demoirtratiM (and it 
locked wnpte M rile did it) of 
making "kining balls" and free 
onumenls, dtb^ «rfd tin tops, jew- 
elry at any other M diing'ipi^ 
in tt« trsrii pile. "Nwer throw 
anythtag away," Mrs. Rrtler said. 

Mrs. Mi^Mle Mttdtril wim ttK 
hMlkuhure Miie .^ibbon, md tf- 



PEMBROKE 
MAMOR G€ 

VIRGWIA BEACH - Tlie No- 
vanber meeting of the Tmrhnke 
Manor Garden Club was held No- 
vember II at the Iwme of Mrs. 
W. L. Robbins. Guest speaker few 
the evening was Mrs. J. A, Butlw 
who ^xte (Hi Chri^mas decora- 
tiOTs. 

Judges fmr the e\«nii^ were 



fndt ud a vrHtii madeof ^-bK^h 
wUb Moged and raveled red but- 



a f ri d 



Bride^Elect 
Honored 



bwt Winfield, Mrs. Jean Wise«i- 
b«-g. Mrs. Jaiftes Ruett, Mrs. 
Charles Meads, Mrs. Frank SaWa- 
na and Mrs. Harry Wi^e. 



Mr. ArmArong is a Ml^aduate 
<rf Norview Hi^ School and at- 
tended Hi^ Point and Wake For- 
e^ CaD^tf . 

'ttm w^kling wfll tifte [4ace Dec. 
18 in Calvary Presbyterian Church, 
Norfolk. 



. , _, . . ..^.FS and many more umiaial deccwa- 

of treea wlH be ptoiitod to the ^^^^ * 



M0RT(n)l4IAEZ 

VIRGINIA BEACH ■ Mr. 



Mid 



next few wedts 

H wiyone in the ^leral" piAQc 
woidd like to take part in beaiAi- 
fytag our dty, please contact Ifrs. 
Arthur Windar, 410 Snd St.. ph<me 



CLAm-MdUAUGHLIN 

VIRGINIA BEACH-Cmdr. John 

E. Hunt, USNMret.), and Mrs. 

Hunt aniwunce tte oigagemem of 

' her daughter, Miss** Janet Marie 

"- Clair, to Jdm Ralph McLaughlin. 

Mr. McLau^n is the son of 

Mr'! and Mrs. Mph J. McLau^lin 

(rf Simnyvale, Calif., and the grand- 

S(»i of Mr. and Mrs Henry P. Jac- 

quemain of Royal Oak, Mich. 

Miss Clair, the granddau^ter of 



Mrs. Robert Hydop Etheradge an- «►»« 

the engagement <rf her *«"• Lawr«ice Tucker, chair^ 



mwnoe 

dw^ito', Miss Ann Carter fic^tqB, 

to Uiis Bmz Jr. of l^v«r %N*ing, 

Md. 

Mr. Baez Is the son of Mrs. Luis 
Baez (rf Miami, Fla*., and the late 
Mr. Bae2. 

Miss Morton is the daug^ito* of 
the IMe Capt. J^touah ^trother 
Mort<», 0>ast Ic Geodetic Survey. 
She attended the Woman's College 
of the University of North Carolina 



mtn AM-Utter, rqwrtod 180 
awards have be«s gi^ to k)cal 
iNi^i^s^flnna and iik&Viduals in 
Vta-ginia Beach for their dforts in 
hi^roving the appearance <rf their 
{ur^wrty. 

Mn. G. L. lIRMtxdc diahman 
d avk «id PuUte Rdatksns; re- 
poied the landscaping (tf the Goi- 
eral H(»pital is gating underway 
as soon as the weather is riglk 
for planting. Uiis is a project of 



RUrais w«« giv«j in horticul- 
ture to Mrs. H. L. Addison, Mi^. 
/^era, Mrs. Gallagher, Mrs. Ritcfa- 
ie and Mn. Roscoe Wfait^eld. 

RMmqi Ux arrai^onorts were 
given Mrs. ffomui Pow«-s and 
Mn. Karl Sevens; fw corsages to 
Mrs. Gray. Iftrt. Hwimb Pitkin, 
and Mn. WhitfieU. 



Princess Anne 

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Woman's Club 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The Prin- 
c^s^^nne WomMi's Oub of Vir- 
!inia )l 



Broad Bay 
Garden Club 



^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^^ ^^ ^^ ^ _ ^ ^^ ^ BROM) BAY - Tlie Novanber 

m%. C^e ElkaKth'sc^biirou^ and graduated "from Strayer Jun- ^^ ""qq^x of "cwd^ ''albs' if ^"^^ °^^ ^f*^ ^^^ u^^ 
of Waverly and the late Benjamin »or Co"ege of Business. She was Virginia Beach. 



Thomas Scarborough, is a 1982 Resented to society at tlw 1958 
gradu^ of Mma^ Hi^ School. 

Mr. McLau^iIin gr^luated h:t»n 
St. Ms-y's Catholic High Schod, 
Royal Oak, 

iW wedding will take i^ce in 
May ih Christ and St Luke's 
Episcopal C^iurch. 



Debutante BaU of the £Jorfolk Ger- 
man 0i^. 

Mr. Baez graduMed from Qie 
Univeni^ of Miami with a B.S. 
degree in electrical engineering. 

No date has bem set for tlK 
wedding. 



STANTON-fiLACKFORD 

ROCKVILLE, Md. - Mr. and 



BIRTHS , 
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lee Hxfflw- 



Chesopelan Cl€ 

liYN?<aiAVEN-l%e Chesopaan 
Gard«i Qda met r^ntly at the 
honoe of Mn. James T! Ay«-s with 
Mrs. WiQiaffi C. RMehle as co- 
hostess. 

Mrs. Jdm Guptoe was appointed 
tlK new r^esentaUve to the Cmin- 
fA (d Virginia Beach Ganlen Clubs. 

Ihe pr^deitt, Mn. Rt^fer Gray, 
amouaced an award bad been gW> 



(M> was heM at the Bay HartxM- 
ChA with the president, Mrs. R. 
Lane Tarrant, presiding. 

The dub voted to give a baAet 
to a nee^ fanfly for Thai*sgiv- 

ing. 

The DecaiAer meetk* will be 
the l«th because of "Open House" 
which wiD be held on Dec«nber 
9 at ^ home of Mr. and Mn. 




Mn. Herbert Andw Stanton an- son announce &^ iHrtii of th^ 
nounce the engagement of their secaad child, first son, J«Ty Lee 

daughter, Miss Vivien Kixati Stan- Jr., «n Nov. 3 hi N«lolk Gffiieral „ . . , 

ton, to FraiA Robertson BlackfMti Ho^ital. Mn. Thonj^on is the for- en the cli* Igr the Virginia Fed- nnany oUier uMisual and interest- dent, invites m«tibers aal their 
Jr. (rfSh^^riai^^ tner Bfiss Peggy Jo .feni^ap, eratkn of Oankii ddbs for fte h)g ttems soM hi the Store. guests to attend. 

Mr. Blac^ord i^tha,«HL.of Mk, daqlfkr <tf Hbrs. p. W. Johns of 



HA BBA^t — A brid a l 

Aenm luncheon honoring Miss 

Baihtf a Jeaa Ptfrunore v)bs ghr- 

M ^itiutfaiy, Novanber 13, at Uw 

Capes BMch Chib. Hostesses were 

Mn. John Wool Sr., Mrs. David 

Y. MaHim. and Mn. William Arfh gjnig ) Beach met reca«ly at the 

nam Pine Tree Inn with Mrs. Ge«-ge L. 

Aldridge, president, preading. 
Mfs. J. Jamm Davis, second vke- 
president, gave a preliminary re* 
port on the Severrth Annud An- 
tiques 9»w, for M^ch rfie s^ved 
as general chairman. 

Mrs. i\ubrey N. Hohnes find Mn. 
aarence Sykes, del^ates to the 
Virginia Federation oi Women's 
Clubs District' MeetiJ^ held at the 
Cavalier Hotel, descra>ed the morn- 
. ing and afternoon sessions. .At this 
'iije:t!ng, Mrs. Earl DuVri, secre- 
tary of the Princess Anne W'snan's 
' Gub, was named chairman of tha 
J^ietry and Drima department for 
the Tidewater District. 

Mn. Jos^ P. Sadler, first vice- 
prcs-dent, i^trpdi^ed Sen. William 
B. Spong, Jr., of Portsmwith, who 
spok> m "Needs of Ow Ctmunu- 
nity." 

Sen. Spong outlined the plans and 
action that ^uld be taken in the 
n&ct ten yean in tiie f idds of edu- 
cation, mental health, highways, 
and outdoor recreation facilities, to 
taks care of the rapid growth of 
the area. "»^- **^ -- -> ^ 

Floral arrMgemoiAs w»^ pro- 
vkled by ^rs. Van Jemigan. 



Twelve gue^ ^ere present. 

Miss Parramore, daughter <rf Mr. 
and Mrs. ¥^am ParramiM^ d 
North Alanton, will be married to 
Pat Crawford, son (d Mr. and Mrs. 
Paul T. Crawford of 5508 HoUy 
Road, m December IS ii| the First 
Presbyterian Churdi. 

Christmas 
Tea 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The De- 
cember meeting of the LinWwrn 
Park Garden Club will be an in- 
vitational Christmas Tea on Fri- 
day, December 3 from 3 to 5 p.m. 
at the home of Mrs. Harry Parra- 
more, 1837 Wtady Ridge Point. 
lltomas E. Hi^ley. 2141 Windwa-d North Alanton. 
Siore Drive on Bay Island. There Serving cm the social committee 
will be balod goods, floww ar- will be Mrs. T. W. Howard Jr., 
rangemerts, white el^hant table, Mn. Mallory R. Ferrefl and Mrs. 
beautihil baskets that have been W, F. Foley. 
decorated hy dub members and Mn. David Y. Malbon, presi- 




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^MUlimMI MHM'MMMI 



the '*Haffy Dollars'* 
ym invest at Mutual Federal 
. tan look forward t9 
ah anticipated Mmdend 0/ 



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brd of vu'tJRHi^VJ! ^wBmWrtixmm^U sm 

Miss Stai^a % A gratkiate of of Mn. £. D. Ihonr^Mn of Siten 



DuVid High School, Bowie, and 
attended the New School for So- 
cial Research, New York City. Sba 
is a granddau^ter of Dr. Lucy E. 
Lindonan-Davies of Haarl&n, the 
Netherlands, Mid the late Dr. C. 
M. A. A. Und^nan, and of the 
late Jacob Stein and W&, Olga 
Kunfi SWn of Vienna, Ausfria. 
Mr. Sadrford is a graduate (rf editor of the Virginia Beadi Sin, 



and Uie late Mr., Thonpson. 

Mr. and Mn. Jack F. Mocure Jr. 

announce die birth of tbek fint 
child, a daughter, Lisa Noel, m 
Novanber 16 at N(»<olk General 
Hospital. Mn. Mo(»e |s the iacTaa 
Miss .fean ^iiels of Meridlmi, Mis- 
sissippi. Mr. Mowe is Ok news 



Smithfield Hams Cook- 
ed and Packaged For 
Mailing or Christmas^ 
Gifts. 

• Delicacies Of lAll Kinds 



# Cheese Sets For Christ- 
mas. All Brands of 
Chteses. 



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LET'S TALK FASHION 



By ALICE BREWER WHITE 



210— 23rd. Street 



Phone 428-9313 



FOR THE MEN 
Suits, Sport Coats, 
Sxveaters, Belts, 
Walkts, Ties, Socks. 



• FOR THE LADIES 
Sportswear, Cocktail 
Clothes, , Raincoats, 
Hosiery. 



t 317 UttkNi Rood 

''aOTHlNG WITH A PERSONAL TOUCH" 
Virginia BMidi 



Hallmark & Gibson • Special Order Books 

# Christmas yards' 
# For unusual Christmas gifts 
and stocking stuff ers 

FIRST IN GIFTS AND BOOKS 

2202 /Itlantic ]Ave. 

.^irginia Beach, Va. 



This pre^K&iiqni arason i^ the 
seaKHi when dei^itf s turn kxise 
thdr creativity gad reaUy have 
fim with swknwear, cover-tips, 
1^ wem-, ^ hck that's pure 
American roam-the-randi dotlws 
and provocative party-fon dr»ses 
to get m ttw pretty lofr mood wi& 
filmy chifim {»ints, sOk, Unen 
and bloided tabncs sach as swirl- 
ing or mudh-shirred dirndl skirts 
with loi^. wide sleeves. Whrther 
you're gdng on a cruise to fuid 
off-beat spots or to visit old favor- 
ite, to visit foreign lands, to seek 
two wedcs in the sun w to just sail 
away or jet (^, you'll find a ple- 
thora of lovely clcrfhes and cheff- 
up col(»^ for your packing. KttUe 
CunpbcH. «itfavisiastic director of 
the famous I^ Yoric Couture 
Group, writes that the "twenti^" 
kwk with tong torso and fluttering 
flounce at the botton of the *ort- 
sh(Ht skirt prevails for the resol 
seas(m this year. Quotii^ UMe's 
recent letter: "Aether trend (rf 
the twaities which you can exped 
to see baci in the l^ing, having 
ah-eady tiiq)ed theh* hand Uff the 



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oDentonA . . . \jif^ 

Our buyers have just returned from 'N0w York. 



Better came in and select early. 

\ 

2010 AtlmtHc Atv. ' 
Phone 428-3451 



304 Laskin Rd. 
Phene 428-5346 



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Aa naiailr Tngr B^«l 
Cofiectla^ tUa tvafiaGe white 
lane Aw li • itium**! 
iar year eaity en^ v 
the ftarthwtiaBiJ 
res 
tdf belt, tape a 



rtsori wear, arc shoes with platr 
forms— not the war-yean kind that 
you could break your neds by 
jumping (^— with wafCT-thin plat- 
forni <rf contrasting colors between 
the sbon and the soles. Ankle 
straps are back, only they are 
set ^ac^ully kfn on the dwe. 
Heels aim siK>w a marked change 
of attitude and altitude. Hi^rar 
heels sean headed for a i«|um, 
most (rf thertKgrchitectura!^ fcMtn- 
ed, and stordierlfiahTHe "spUnter*' 
heels of recent vintage. Toes are 
rounder, »>fter arid some have 
draped looks or smocking in baby 
doll efforts. Colors ar,e powdery 
pastels— great for resort wear or 
Springtime." KIttie ou^t to know, 
gjie's seasons ahead in her fashion 
know-how and covers the Seventh 
AveiMie markets as well as all the 
fashionable Marfiattan society fasiv- 
ion showings of our top American 
designen. 

MEG'S GLOVES 

We've followed the news airf 
plioto stbrles of Priacen Margu^t 
and Lord Saowdon and their fa^ 
ionable going5-<Ki with a great 
deal of mterrat. We cteer the 
winsome Prlncesi (of wearing so 
many attractive hats, so fashion- 
ably right ami properly so. It's a 
pleasure to have sMne one so 
young so devoted m) the old-^ash- 
iof«d proper ruling that "a lady 
lever go» out d her home with- 
out her hat and gloves on thus 
completing the picture of a lady!" 
M&w, If pretty Meg woidd only stop 
carrying th:^ three-quarter gloves 
in her hand, fokled over half-way 
jaA so, and get on with wearing 
tlKm, we'd turn to other interests! 

GIFT SUGGESTIONS: 

If you scurry about ytm'll ffaid 
-0 many gifts frMja far off places 
ri^t ck^e by. For exenaple, moi's 
gloves of 100 pa:t>ent. laidiMWOol 
jvith soft leaUio' pahns fnsn Italy 
. .->. lovdy Bavarian white china 
pieces frcm Germany . . . fran 
^Sd(rtlaiid, wonderhd wwl^cartli- 
gans . . . smartly-fa^iinied k^ 
^ gbves with silk linings from 
?^ance ... and also frcwn France, 
Coty's new feeling and fragrance 
in perftane, Imprevn , . fran 
Ei^land, wool chaBis ties m w(n- 
derful cdor c(»rt>iaati<ms and 



womai's knit aweaten . . . from 
these shores, attractive Villager 
oo^iun^ and matdiii^ scarves- 
wlth-purses for the 'in'' Set teens 
... for the fashion conscious lady, 
the best book on fashion so far, 
"Tlie Fashion^lc Savages" by 
Jolm Fairchlld ... and for taste- 
ful giving, how about a subscrip- 
.tion to ^or CaMdai's new monthly 
magi^iw Sti^s? It • covers the 
worki of arts, fashion and mor» 
which treats honestly and directly 
on the goad, exciting things that 
are "in" each month and the bad, 
boring things that are "out." A'd- 
dress to Status, P. 0. Box 1291, 
Dm Moines, Iowa 50105. (Seven 
doUan for one year subscription.) 
. . . Then there are Londra Fog 
coats for men and women . . . 
Evelyn Pearson's handsome 

loungewear . . . imported tcrt)acco 
gift boxes and pipes and candies 
and Smithfield hams and just more 
and more exciting gifts all about 
you tf you'll only begin early to 
fill your Christmas list and get a 
really ftoe fu-st-choice of things! 

THE NEW CONTOUR 

Every Christmas time, thousands 
of men receive thousands of neck- 
ties from the Ladies-In-Their-Lives. 
It's a pofHilar when^-else-lails 
gift to give. However, the girls 
should use extra care and thou^t 
in making their selections to make 
Our Men happier. Tlie newest 
award winning shape for neck- 
wear design is the Contour, scidp- 
tured by Damoa. The Contour cor- 
relates with the new emphasis in 
suits, wkiest betwe«i the lapels 
where the expmise oi the shirt is 
greatest and tapered toward the 
waist. It's a new empTiasis on sil- 
houette and gives men form and 
dimension instead d dressing like 
"squares." Look around and ask 
to see the new Cmfaw. Your Man 
will tove onel By the way, neck- 
tMs aB b^jan whoi a Frenchman 
named Cra^atte h>oped a square 
of silk 'around his neck. He didn't 
realize he was giving birth to a 
new fashion accessory, tiie iKck- 
tie. GravMe didn't wear the ^ 
mof^dy to: Its attractivenen. Ac- 
ti^dty, it was for protedkn agamst 



having his nec^ cut m fighting 
sword duels. It seems ttiat the 
sword tips would becaiie entang- 
led in the fabric, literally saving 
the swordanan's nedc! 

WELCOM^ TO THE CLUB! 



Your AUriiee'a bonnet is off to 
happy greeting to the new "nei^ 
bors" to tills column with today'li 
issue. We plan to visit all of tiiese 
shops to bring you suggestions and 
Christinas gift-giving ideas wWdi 
you can find plentifully right here 
in this area. Watdi lot next week's 
report on some upto-thwninute 
Christmas gifts which you may «?t 
kn^w are availabte right h&e at 
the Beach. Gifts to be found at; 
The CleOhig Oiest . . . Ingram's 
Pharmncv . . . Kntt-A- Bit Shop 
. . . Denton's Gift Shops . . . FrM- 
ky'i Gift Shop ... The Seaside 
Market '. . , Vfrgtaiia's Hobbies . 
. aad The Sweet Shop in Prin- 
cess Anne Plaza. We'll cov- 
er the newest gift-wrapping fash- 
ions, too! So, get your gift lists 
ready and "Awaaaaay we go!" 



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"^verytking For The KniHef^' 
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Saucy, gay ai^ neat is thto dm- 
gated hxriL Desipied by Mary 
McCardiy tta the Larry Aldrich 
Resort Drilectimi twe fSi46. tOa 
impwted navy wo<rt jersey tunic 
tops a flii^ntly pleated white 
•ntr «VH. il«« terriflcalty smart 
nlMMBmed nAw te by Emme 
aHt to irtaha^r i^tte. 



Make your Christmas gifts tmd jiecohitwiii 
Virginia's assistance. Large ossorkHeni 4>f yiftt 
choose frotn. 

Virginia 4 MoLiUd Crap* &" 

25th & Pacific Ave. Phone 

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iVa ail kn*w t^at Sinatdr >kiftf 
B>^d, S i 4 j i m^ somedaywrf lib tair 
^re if^^ tfmia State! linate. And 
at >i» pHpii ipk «« kfl*«^ that the 
mdve waMMM^i^ ^ ttl^n it final- 
ly came la# wi i ik, mt wm all some- 
wilt ^)ock<^ 1^ Mri^ Mhator end- 
ed fifty years ^^jiM« iwvice to VIrr 
giiia with his r^'^Mert, aild with hie 
fe^r of resignation, en^id anr iff 
ntk^ to be forgotten in M MM*, tlw 
s^ior Byrd has been the ^%J[ii0t^0mi 
heed of the Democratic %% h« V'^- 
giiiia as long as mosi of ut c«i fwwim- 
be*-. isbw that he h«t madJflrtMip^ 
to quit his p<^t and we c^i I^^Back 
a |alf century at his recor^Jt We are left 
w^ a feeling of admir^len and re- 
spect. . 

W« fm^ $pm$or iyrd/ancf rm- 
garded hMi as' ^ f life l«vtiM*» genllv- 
man ... a man with a ready smik and 
a pleasant personality. , Byfe we also 
kn#w him as a stwbborrt pi^Mtal \i^€r, 
9 pan who "stucfc' to h^ gu»^' irt fhe 
f a^ ol criticisili^ Wf ae*^i' test si^it df 
>\k opinion. Although m^ alf his col- 
^ues in the Senate^^^*^ agreed 
Nm, he was abl^li^gptain a 
fr^Nidly relationthip v^lft^rom. Al- 
though Senaipp Byrf*- wat ^M4awmn 
fof hit feelings In n^oney matters, he 
neMer bottled up fisca 
p^'^^^l Finance C 
wis highly Instrum 
ti^ rein on the g 

Virginia. 

One of Byrd's e«rltesf fi^ Iti ^e 
^fte Senate cif»*«r«>arotmid nmds and 
i^wa^ aw d thr^ "P ^J ^^ ^ 
p^lcy. fhftu ftfKt^ot t^ e?F©w# fP rnvw 
bdnds. That policy remains today, al- 
tN^gkihe creation of mjny road au- 
thorities have eaten Into that policy in 
me&mifmn. ^ Gfmkf mmid a gen- 
iral sales tax in Virginia* fwhich appears 
^ow to be a certainty for the sf#fe. More 
%m any mAm pvsoA, Wwry %d, St., 
was resD6nsiWe 4*% fW^ «p ^ a 
gENV^rerai reorganization of Virginia 
government. His pottcy wai reform ^nd 
pritrol. And with Byrd began the sys- 
pm of strength in the ^«cutjve branch 
llf Virginia cSjvernrhent. 

. Afttrservtr^ as Governor of Virginia 
f fai'lirent tn the United States Senate in 
I ^^d^> H# WW iNmp^ hn elong with the 
^ XJsevek New Deai^buthe soon broke 
Itfl thA t#mJni^etion and Intensified 
it continued Of^XMition to an increase 
1 public spending. Byrd called himself 
"the last of the real New Dealers," and 
that he was.* He always stood for mod- 
ration and hit views wer^ always the 
fime. In short, he wooW hav« to foe cal- 
d "eoNitervative.'* Nrhaps Republican 
ade# Sanator Everett Dirksen summed 
the best when he called the Vlr- 
Sfnator "mtf rare andilcwiorable 
" ar\di a pbwerfut vaiulWe voice 
dissent. 

At he goes inftf retirement at hit 

le, Rotemont, he takes with him an 

»lemial>ied raeerd, his unswerving 

iii>ictions, his never ^questioned in- 

irity, and the^ecti^^* of thousarwds 

persons, in Virginia, th^ US Senate, 

id throughout the wwtd. A^re than 

,, >/t^mgM|fc we shall miss his image, 

^"'^ ^<i4|BW that Virginia and the 

h«» teen the end of the 

man aMa gMt^ leed- 

yhisithim. 

"y.. K«rry F. Byrd, Jr., has 

m c! an interim appolnt- 

■ectness of this move will 

" >al circles for many 

-th^l^^cof 

9 the w0^)m^d. 
1 appointment a 



move tha^ could be made that would 
h ol d the ^mo cfatte O rgarvizationw the^ 
state together. The son succeeding the 
father keeps the B^rd name and publif 
image in the limelight, and the rapidity 
of the api^intment was obviously ac- 
complished to stop any intra-party 
sdyiridblesi before they could begin. The 
0^nizat1on has been powerful In Vir- 
0mi for seventy years, and has be- 
0ffie a w4y of life for most of Virginia's 
Nrilormed citizenry. What will happen 
now it opien to much speculation. It i§ 
doubtful that the younger Byrd, known 
affectionately by his collegues as "Little 
Harry," wil immediately emerge as the 
leader of the Democratic Party in Vlf- 
glnia. In rJBcent years, particularly with" 
the death of many of the old-line lead- 
0t$, the drganizatibn has served only 
tOk hold together basic policies. Those 
other than the retiring Senator have 
had much' to say in the operation of the 
state. The <prganization has been stead- 
ily moving toward moderation and a 
political "middle of the road.'^ We ex- 
pect an iritensification of these efforts. 
Several persons, anibng them Sidney S. 
Kellam, of Virginia Beach will obvious- 
ly have much influence upon the futurtf 
shaping of Virginia politics. There will 
probably Im some differences, but we 
predict that the powerful Organization 
will eventually emerge victorious, but 
With new^ form and political thinking, 
as well as^nevX^ leaders. 




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The Traffic Is Heavy 

For some time we have been voicir>g complete reworking of the roads is not 
our beliefs on heavy traffic along the possible before 1 970, we suggest that 



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^e rfspect "Uttip Harry." He twice 
tellitfd t0 run for Governor of Virginia, 
because Hs father was still in the Sen- 
ate. He did not wish the image of a 
p^illcal dfynasty. He, himself has said 
llMV.n0 one can ever take his father's 
place In the hearts of Virginians, and he 
has said If is difficult to imagine a more 
challenging assignment than following 
hit father. The Younger Byrd, although 
living for many years irt his father's 
shadow, is an able man, and a most 
pl#asant felbw. He has served with 
dignity and clear thinking in the State 
.Senate* He is already an intimate of 
many men in Washington. Clearly he 
has the ability, the training and the 
background to serve Virginia well in 
his new position, but we feel that if he 
is to be successful in all of Virginia, he 
will be forced to change some of his 
views and adjust others to the better- 
mejit of all the state. Most people look 
for a label tday of some kind, and al- 
though we must label Harry, Jr., as 
**a)nservative" now, we feel he must 
become more "liberal" now. Perhaps 
the label, "progressive" or "moderate* 
fills the bill better. If the new Senator 
can succeed In this, he can be success- 
ful in Virginia Beach, and all the more 
progressive areas of the state. The bur- 
den df proof now lies heavily upon 
him. 



roads and highways in Virginia Beach 
We have been fully aware of most of 
fhe problem areas, and ar^ happy t^ 
report that something is finally being 
done about most of them. We have 
been deeply concerned with the Shore 
Drive at Lynnhaven inlet where fow 
lanes of traffic have had to merge into 
two lanes to cross the inadequate 
bridge. This spot has caused some of 
the most horrible traffic hazards and 
tieups we have ever had the misfortune 
to see. Finally the State Highway De- 
psrfrr^nf has s^n ht to seek bids for 
^^9 oonstfuGti<m of a duplicate bridge 
there, and the'p^oject is now underway. 
It is about time. The new brieve wili 
solve one major problem area of Vir- 
ginia Beach. . • 

Work on 



some temporary measures be taken w^ 

mediately. There are some blind spots 

ihat could be removed, and quite po^ 

sibly a lower speed limit is necessary. 

Per'haps new enforcement of existing 

laws is needed. Whatever is needed, it 

Ti^TOuld be done and done soon, before 

"any more of our citizens fall victim to 



TSfffttfitery 



Deer season opened quite recently in 
Vir|^n4a,4No4 within a i9m hours after 
huiiters took' to tf^ wib^, ^the l^* 
hunting fatality was reported. Of 
course, It was an accident, but the hunt- 
er is just as dead. No, it did not happen 
in Virginia Beadh, but it could have. In 
~r this case, another hunter heard a noise 

Independence Boulevard and apparently mistook the victim for 



has begun. When it is completed it will a deer. Both hunters could >ave been at 
take the hon's share of traffic from the fault. Perhaps the victim was not wear- 
north-south fbw on Gr«at Neck Road., jng bright colored clothing, artddid not 
Construction work on the Virginia make himself known to fhe oth# hunt- 
Beach to Norfolk Toll Road it irt the . er. In his anticipation, perhaps, the man 
ernbryonic stages but It has begun, who fired the fatal shot was careless. 
When completed, it will take much of We hear of too many of these hunting 
the problem away from Virginia Beach accidents every year. 
Boulevard. Other new roads are on the \^. , . ... , w • • 
drawing boards, and some of them are ^ :^^'^ ''h® *° ^^ ^''^'^ ^''Q'"'! 
nearing the construction phase. ^^^ ^""*®'' **'^® *"^ ^®*' ®^ ^^® ®"^ 
But one area that has been too long fl ^""/'"g m^^^w ^ °"'^ '''^!i **' °^ 
overlooked has been Great Neck Road ♦^^ ^° ^°"<^^ ^^« ^^'®' °^ 3°°^ '°""" 




Obviously a hot political fight will 
take place before the July primary. 
Byrd, Jr., has indicated he will run for 
the four ye&r wiexpired term of his 
father, W. P^ 'Jennings, from south-^'0'''*y 
west Virginia^, has also incWcated that 
he will run. Junie Bradshaw, of Rich- 
mood, has made certain overtures, as 
well as a few o#»ers. Virgirtla will elect 
two Senators next year. The aging A. 
Willis Robwson.has said he wiW run for 
andther stx-yearN^rm. We a>nsider this 
somewhat unwise, regardless of th# 
flrefess servi^ he h^ given Virginia. 
Hit candidKy could muddy the wa^art 
even more. 



Much inlbrnal struggle will have to 
i:^ &a#tled in the next few months, and 
wi believe it wHI be. Adjustments of 
thinking must come, and will come. A 
bye of Virginia will overshadow power 
struggles i^ politicdl aspiraMsMti. f 



ind First Colonial Road. These windinq 
thrbughfares had been scheduled for 
improvement in 1977, in a master road 
plan. Fortunately the widening and 
straightening plans have now been 
moved up to 1970. ft must be recogniz- 
ed that these two roads carry double 
the traffic they did ten years ago, and 
little has been done to improve them in 
that same ten years. On weekdays the 
flow of traffic approximately 8,000 ve- 
hicles on the two roads is actually heav- 
ier than on weekends. They are the 
only through connections from Route 
60 to Route 58. The problems there are 
so serious that we wish plans could be 
advanced even more. We would like 



mon sense while hunting. Hunting is a 
fine and popular sport, enjoyed by so 
many. But when human life is en- 
dangered by carelessness, we believe 
it behooves everv hunter to exercise 
extreme caution. All we can ask is that 
each outdoor sportsman be extra care- 
ful this season, so we won't have a 
hunting fatality in Virginia Beach this 
year, or any other year. 

Merry Christmas 

We wish to apologize that we are so 

late wishing our readers a merry 

Christmas. However, until recentiy we 

honestly did not know that the Christ- 

to see improvements in the near future, rnas season began before Halloween. 

if possible. We fed that they should Somewhere along the Ime we missed 

r^eiye early consideration and high the change. 

We were cpjite upset When we went 
Most of us never really become to a large store In Virginia Beach to buy 
acutely aware of a problem until some- ou rdaughter a Mallow«6n ccstume. We 
thing drastic happens. That is the case had some diffia^fty finding one, amid 
of Great Neck Road. Last nrK>nfh, there the Christmat dacoratbns and displays 
were three traffic fatalities on this of Christmas orpwn^rts. And now that 

Halkw/een is over, we begin to believe 
that Christm» must be mmly here. 

Never let it be said we are a^lnst 
prwate ent#prise or againtt how stores 
sdl theipfr»rch«^di^. We know we 
should ao c^T ChriR+m« ahammm 
early; but tH» to riifeuhiM. Nn^yew, 
we expect to see Sants Claut snntf in^ at 
u» in a store di^lay on the Fourth of 
July. We disapprove of rtfovlng fh# fH- 
sdn back and making it so commercial. 
So, A^rryt Chri^n^ arv^way, «iii^ if 
thank^ving is not until rwxt w^k. 



Dear Sir; 

V^rA camdt tsspmi AV ^# 
a^«claliM ts tite many p«iWU 
wboM bard vvk and tftfiOIng co- 
(^eia^» has ntede tbe Prtif^s 
Aflae Woman'! a«A aponsortd Tth 
Anuud JuMffin Sti&,y aikf Sale 
mcc^iM and the best, one y«it. 

To ft« entfre staff of tht Vt- 
^Ma Bcm:!! Sob, the wM-kfs larg- 
est reiort city's own newsp^W, 
go my p-aUtwfc for their excdtant 
repoitbig in pi^Iicizing t&e as- 
Q^i show wWch not ooff tene- 
IIUNd Oe chib and the ifrsw Mf 
^ ^tire community ^ keepl^ 
it j^npe^ iitfomied at all Umls. 

Special ftanks go to Mr. Low^. 
thai, ittanaging e*tor, and to Dor- 
is Padrldt for their outstanding in- 
tere^, in cm jm)jed. 

Mrs. J. James Dwis, 
g/Boetti chairman. 



Or bdialf of the ^ff, the agra- 
ciei we serve, and the community, 
I want to express our thanks for 
the tremendous job you did in the 
1965-66 United CtBimui^MS Fend 
Campaign. 

Because uTjilB llitharfagH. md 

C efforts, aH of mu* afmcies 
plan for 1986 (»i a sound budg- 
ti basis. 

Wtak we have^ot^ weeii^ the 
final rKults from the gavemment 
activities, we are confidait they 
will exceed th^ figures, at our Vic- 
tory Dfauier, and we continue to 
gd reports tnm the W<»n&i's Di- 
vision which indicate they will ex-, 
ceed tiieir goal. We therefore ex- 
toid special ccuigratulattons to the 
Women's Residential Unit. ^ 

To each of you my sincere ap- 
preciation for yMir loyalty, your 
enthusiasm, and the way 3/. 
worked to make fee United dam- 
munitiK Fund Caetnp&ign a suc- 
c^s. It l»s been a real jH-ivilege 
to work with yt«, ;'' ' ,. - 

— ^^Kerdy yours, , 

Frank S. Mqore, 
G«»ral Chairman, 
1985-66 Campaign, 

,"\;. ~:" tluted Canmunities 

' Fund Can^^. 



UlQt to Am Bttir: ^ 

^ teiitf i^iBn ttem m 

m va. $00 fi^^ig ::mm 

CtffOV^ ^ MB ohliiMf MlilB 
for A^ ictoA. m 4MA«*g M 
cons^erim Uta kniii by |ntt»-^ 
CkMi lait yMur d a tmem ImeI- 
tiai, pta 0M taM el Atfr eMb, 
Carlton Pawytr. ^ 

uxOBBei at 0% tm»e& Ae Va. 
Beech Seihaw^s ct^ffdf (temg 
tlM iMtaa it&^iK§tMk Mir Bni 
^nt iriA jiMMMnt a k^ifl^ in* 
kBVWW taaBa iroaa lUflB^Bn^ ^w 
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ftftar Sfr: \ T 

pi^iiea tTitb the^M^m of 
the Virginia Beach eoi^r^tion 
of Jehovidi's Wite^an for the 
news coverage of our training con- 
f^arenoe held in Peta-sburg this 

- * 

One thug that 'was made scrip- 
turally clear to us at the meeting 
w^s God's view of paraits' re^a- 
sibiUty in regard to cWW trtdtog. 

It was aj^inted out that "rais- 
ii^ a child in the fear and admoid- 
tion of Jehovah," is nDt the re- 
sponsibility of o'Jtsi(ters, but each 
couple who tak^ advantage of 
God's awan^nttnt for producing 
children wi'l have to answer for 
the spiritual trainii^ of the chMd. 
This was food for thought. 

Pfease express oui- aHpredrtion 
to your staff. 

Yours Truly, 
Earl H. Jacobs, Jr. 
Presidmg Minister 



Hbm casit f serial ol «ta 
with the kical taam vriiere tejr 
woB through a aleaify grteiag» 
ptagging, grosad attacks. li»t ^ 
tiidr victortes wve won Arou|^ 
stow hard piiuad gaWhig. wiviBg 
first dofwns by wearii^ imm At 
0|HH»ii q { y u am w ith atea d ^ ywpd- 
W ^ut! pka. 

It was with Myikte that fin 
Seahawks fteally (^raad 19 wkb 
au- attacks and abnoa^ amm ta 
gri^. Hffee cnMnal paai tetareap- 
tions by Bayside hdd the \%. 
Beadi toam to a 64 tie. tf Aiy 
had stuck to their gr^Himl attacks 
the score a^^ have beoa diffe-- 

In the other tie game wM) Coa; 
a locky recowry of a fimrfyfe" l^ 
Coac on Ae ^ahawks five jtan! 
Une phn samt fim Udfiii^by 
the C6x team resulted in dM^W 
M tie. 



Spirit Witt namhg high by xtB- 
season and the find game ,wiA 
Kellam High was the clfanax of 
the season. Here again by a stea- 
dy aer^ of ground att^ks the 
Seahawks wtM'e down their o{%x)- 
nents yarcb by yard. By this ttnm 
in the season, the rookie backfleld 
were bee<»ning seasoned veterans. 
Don Bradley, a little IdO fi> half- 
back learned to run behind his 
defense and is on the way to be- 
Wnmg one of the top scorers in 
the district witii his shiftmess and 
speed. 

It was during the final KeBam- 
game that an amusing incident 
occurred that was lost to pie qtec* 
tators and sportswriters. 

John Roi^no interc^ited a Kel- 
lam pass md was oh his "vit^ t3 
a tou^bAowift what the Wi tfla^h 
M a tflM AH|M|ygei|ffife% 
,goes a%ciawp^^Wb^^5>hn 
down." Quici as a fki^ up fnHn 
^ bench jumped sidelined Ragan 
PuHy, co-captain, and without an- 
(rther thou^t, ran onto the firid 
Mid blocked the teckler. The tun 
was called back, of course, but 
such ^lows the spirit and cattre 
(rf tlM Va. Beach team who {dayed 
as a team and as a unit. 

Credit al;»ie diould not go t» 
the team, and with all doe reinject 
to C(»ch Breedbw, the one mm. 
who the boj^ loved and whom they 
wwrid blindly follow was I\fid»y 
Bird, the line coach. He, it was, 
wlw punmieled tiiem, molded 
them, bullied them, lov«l than 
and made a team out of the line 
that was hard to beat. So agaui, 
with all due re^)ect, turn the spot- 
li^t on Mickey Bird, ex-Ne?tune 
player, and a mighty fine line 
coach for the undefeated Seahawks. 
Sal Romano 
Va. Beach 



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winding road, an increase, so far, of 
forty percent over last year. New resl- 
dentfdl areas have grown up m this 
area, as well a* four schools, th6s caus- 
ing additional traffic. Military installa- 
tions at either end of the roads have 
definitely caused » heavy flow. 

Both' roads are rrarrow and demger- 
ous. They have rwt been acteqt^ate for 
ye«*s. We fully understand' fh^ not 
everything can be corrected at ortce, 
but we wonder how many wKxe fatali- 
ti«s will occur thwe before 19^. If 



Your Faith .and You 

ROBIRT H. S^IKNER ^ 

WmMrt, fabemi^ Mettodist Clmrdi 

Our world to<ky is flat and tasteless. Sonw^w it has lost its zeal 1 
and MSt for livn^ It has tost ffial «8fi»tive ffavor vrtiich makes life 
wiorthvtMle. \ 

Oou'd it be that people are trapped by the ugly spectre <rf boredom? 
For people will' do ^nost artytWng to escape boredom: they will drink, 
drug themseh^es, use narcotics, orgmiize foolhiardy crusades, fall in line 
with "way out advoiturss," and fHng thanseh^es into lost cau»s and 
kist l»p^ ju^ to escape boredom. I suggest that this may be p«t (rf 
the world's jMt)blem today, which may account for all the insurgent 
restl^ess which we encounter right here at hwne as well as abroad. 
As the angel GAriel said to De Lawd in "Green Pa^ures": "Evoy- 
thhig nailed down is conin* k)ose!" 

Cur worW is like a big bowl of soup which somebody forgot to salt. 
Soup wiauMrt salt is flat and tastel^s— and that's the shape wir wirkl 
is in. But c<«ader this: Me day JesiK said to his disdirfies; "You are 
the sri^f the earth." Following our mdaphor of the wwld as a bcwl 
of-^i^^ aMip, it stioMk to reason, tti»efore, that Christiaiis «i^t 
to be nfithe soup." / 

Christians ought td be the ones 'givhig. to fee world that distodiya 
Christian flavor, holflng aloft the higlwst ideals of atamdapt. living 
even in the wjrat sit^atioas. "rae Christiwi ought to be Hiejae who w 
fiU^ with the Aeer j^ ^i sparkle of God-gves I^. bi a worriwl 
irorld, ttie Christian should be the one man who.r^ects the joy of 
Uving. In a d^ivssed world, the Christian ou^t la be the one xma wl» 
ranains catek 

Our trouble is ttiM not enough Christians have reflected that <aiality 
tff being sak for Uie world. Too often ChHsUans have be«i the ona 
with the s^ eyes and kmg faces. Oliver Wendell Hohnes uice r«narked| 
tl»t he mi^ have entered the mMAty U so^nnany mlMteii^ote \g«m P 
had Jiot dressed ai:d acted Uks im^ertakw^! BsAmi hma ^mfmaei 
msp entered in his diary, as iisx^ hb wre r«»r^ an astou^iM 
fh^oftiewN^: "I w«t to church teday, kA was i»t iTii|iniiiiJ! 

Tile world needs your flavor. EN^ir not thai w«*ers may be 
oniffl. for a i^nch ol satt can work woxias. 

& — g^ ia the soqi! 




VB Little Leigues Merge 



ilt «t ttw raCMt M^4 ef tt« 



ud ^tinm iR^ieh of Liokhdrn 
B^ to (^snttim Wm, tenoB 

fig Vk^^ Bodi Borao^ Jtae 
Owl ikmk; md SenA. Omap 





*^^tri'^^' "*• ** ^^*^ ■«•«*• ■ nwii^y ta the fatt^k 
iM tar me Choviii College Bravei grittiw k|ium| that rate to t^^ 

jSfli™*^ ** '■*^'' *"*'* '*°*8« '«**«^ powm, wll rtig 
MW Btte «»1ata m Ui fre^iUHi y^ af f^A^ pakrataaee* an 
TfiBfwtayn^t wiien hit Braces face the Unlver^ of RkiwHod 
F*B* $fUsn tA Owwaa. Sijrm b» d!a|da;ed pewo- to da^ ta 

yeM-i «aii« «f tte grUlt^Bnms. 





Let us put your heating system 
fhrough its paces and make sure 
it's ready for winter. Call . . , 
soon. 

NEW ANb REPAIR WORK 

nmmMmfumm 
j|cimiLsemjERs,iM. 



43T VA. BEACH MVD.-4i8.16^ m ^»t-166T 

PRINCISS ANKff STATION - 42M216 

RADIO W^ATCHED TRUCKS 



hi^oefe. mtH-^m mdMt at 

Jir niV of «« tkMN An iA 
jart aid Mure prallti fatxn the 
coM^Am irttod wouM be ^r- 
narked far eq^pmigit^ ^pttal 
ii i |m>» e piq ite d tlie ttnd. 

Sx ma^ te«ns ve » make op 
to L^gue, and fiie boundark* ol 
^tmOtmf ««• <Mned as b^i% 
Ea^ m0it Omm North, I>\)rt 
9to^ fttWr flMl leaahve SUie 
P«^: WM. SeidBre i^ite Park 



WiWY-Raiiifi Id 

Air Top Game 



PORTSMOUTH - WAVY Raok) 
(NBC-1%0) has completed arrange- 
mots to broadcast one <d the bii^ 
gest college football games of Cie 
.cwreat seas<m next Saturcky, 
(Noventer W). 

«e MoMaH Me-Notre D^M 

g«ae M» WiW br WAVY «- 

cMvely ll He fSdeM-ater aMt. 

|iiy)4» lif UK fMie is 1:06 §«; 

fn ^utrtans fr«n MicMJ^ 
State mn tl^ firat undisputed 
Big Ten Title last Saturday as 
ihey downed Iiuiiana I7-13. 11% vic- 
tory and titte ^ms them a d^ur 
claun to represent the Big Ten in 
the Rose Bowl m New Year's Day. 

Still rated as the No. 1 team In 

A» nation. tiK Spartans will face 

Mother stiff teat as they meet the 

fewtt) raidred Irish M Notre EHone. 

fte South Bold eleven had their 

irttedc stalled fw teiK,^ 8rters 

\M. Saturday as tfw^ftr-Heels of 

H4tt^ Cwdina held them 8C<Mre- 

%i Fighting Irish finally 

17 points in flie 

# register then- sev- 

«n* iMi hm^ staru. 




flfHr. 
m ac- 



to^lijM 

irfBeeniM dir«MM»a( tit 
ia Beadi Wk Uafae are 
A. Taurine. prMiA. SOS 
atrwt. pImI omti; Ua 
vk» prottdett, 217 
Kit Unet, fis-mi: IMvlo Ctuaar 
■ecntaiy, S30I UlMlda (hive; 
^ji^dJal; Carroll I^nrfoi^ U^naur- 
- fn 8(Xh street, 4284381; W. G. 
^flnce, fdi^er ageot, as tsth 
str^, 4»aoe0; Roy Don, lanpire- 
taKhleC, 8Q6 Budee ave., «B«BU: 
O. W. SofieM. maiu«er, mOB Mr 
luttc ave., OMOTO; IMi. R. Gur- 
Iqr, pwdda and fiekk, 440 Piae- 
u uiive 428-1210: Mrs. R. N. 
IMnp, latKes ais^iary, 319 2f7th 



JUOfiEKELLAM 
DAR SPEAKER 

^HGDHA nCACH <- 1^ No- 
^mim flflM^ (d tlM Mm^BS 
^ne Oia^ Oiapter DAR was 
^s^F* (tf Un. R. E. 
' '*'" " ■ BsK:h. 




Vrfglnia ©^h SUN, Thursday, November 18, 1965 



t- Mf T M i firmf- law to the Magn a <^«»'*» »"'< 



muetler, fund raising, 904 Sran<k)n 
road. 4iM4aO; Mra. C. R. Bailey, 
acordce^iing aad publicity, e04 21st 
street, OMSl?; and Cvman FVee- 
hum. f»r»n i^m, S90 Pinewood 
drivft, 



VMlVYSigBS 

It 





^ «ms tH .(MMffv — with l^irrMHe nf $m or More 




(ML hiffc t>Mw' f |^*g^ ^ I sliagMIV 



«»>> STIAK LOINS 





wll. Kwi'lM sn 4^ 



Ik ! 5 iv^ MUM 

liM jrr He eeer 



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SELECT YOUR-OVyN MF THW w«»cJi it w*»9M, «i» wrf "WW^ | 
,hy •« ♦r.iw.d POTOM.A Al *»• *i ywr wtl^sBw « JO »• 40 s*i*h 

•t NO ADWTtONAL CHA^€. J 

'"AVoairaHrseu mommmmmio wmmt ass «mmct re 

CUT ngg to w ,, .,,,- ,1 I r iw wi I - -f 

WE ALSO FiATimE PRME H» 




<NBC-13S0) ani»tin:es that it has 
si^wd an a^^eroeA with the To- 
bacco Sports Netvrork to 
one oi the bluest and naOII 
.^IHiehensive bidRtt)all 
sdiedules ev^ presented oi te 
Tldewatffl" area. 

WAVY wm air a Ma! flf at, 
baAefeall gma^ in tiw 
m(mths,' inchMUng the ei^ifi 
and aw*^ ichedkde d the ZMes 
Uoh^o^y Blue Devils. Vat Dofce 
s ciisiwte wjB wcAtde s~hbi di^ 
giimug Deenobs- i whta Utef 
open agital VPI at GreenAsco. 
TiK! Duke idied^e will On to- 
cbuAe two ^mes with U. C. L. A., 
the fsm NCAA cfawipioQS. on Dt- 
cember lO-u. Wben D«he ta aal 
scheduled, WAVY will prssast H 
(^er games invoMi^ Qm 
of N< C St^e, NwA 
Wake Forest, Marylitid. Vkritfa, 
detn^m and Soi^ ObuMm. l%eb 
foes include Princdoe^ Vttt, tki- 
quesne, Foitbam, . I^MI 

mmsAM mrm $imr 

Xs a ^ing climuc l» ■» 
66 basketball season, #AVY wll 
also carry the 7-ginne ACC TOom* 
ment frcnn Ra^^ 
March 3; the NCA^] 
National fchan|iB#iil flwoii 
from Coll^ PaiifeM JjIili <» 
March 18-19. g " 



ij llNtfwr Bryant, r^eit, 
M^i^ with tb^redt* 
l|g«f Af emts and salute to the 
lllg iriti flliHMt>3rs parUcipaUng 
fas t wwiattdi ^as ^ven by M^ 
Moft Ffifti, lAaplaia. 

Hie hi^ight oi the aftvaoon 
came wiieo the National Defense 
OninnKi. tfrs. W. L. Hiaiq>ton, 
introduced as ^ett ^waksr Judge 
Ridiard B. ICeUam who delighted 
^ audience with a n^ es^- 
atastic and infomutive talk on 
lam. 

Spinning with primitive man. 
Juc^e KeUam touctwd briefly m 
the evolving and prc^r^sii^ (rf 



Eliz. River 
Shores GG 

B^ABErm RIVm SKXtfiS- 
nw mvmixr m^iqg of^ Wtk 
abeth River SlKMres Garden CM 
was hekl recently at the boat af 
Mrs. R. 0. Oit^per, 30? Sale Wltft, 
1^ Mn. a P. RicardsM it. 
sarving as &>hoa^em. 

Hie mesiwn d«u»4niitf 
their own ideas for originia dMi- 
mas cteooratkms. 

tt wM voted by the did) to Jeta 
the State Federation of Gardnt 
Oubs. 

Bhxe rfebons ixx artistic arrtl^ 
ments wa>e won by Mrs. % €. 
Rock and Mrs. R. W. Frugvf. 

A Christmas party it Os Nii^ 
House wiU be the taMA^ 4f At 

next meeting. 



SAILOR arm MONTH 



OCBANib- MMm 

4 







relati<mship to the present 
of England. He cited the amazing 
similarity between tl% Constitutbn 
trf Vi^ltnia as a colony and the 
(H-iginal Constitutim of the United 
States. 

He refoT^l to the nuny phases 
throu^ history of Tribal Law, Bib- 
ttsal hm^ WeaAsX Law and Q»a- 
■oA Law, with final ^nphasis on 
Ifttiw uMi trial by jury as we 
liow H tt our courts today. 

At tt« conclusion of his spQKh 
Mdge IhUwi recdved a w#ni 
ovation. Delicious r^e^unaits 
were served and a thoroMghly en- 
i|}y^le aftemxffl meeting of tlie 
SMl came to a close. 



^nOiln^ StrVlct 



fM^.t.ni4mm§0mm 

BjT a D0IUU m tM&t CMM Wwfy 



•r «^ of 

em. MKKtit0ff durfaif fwHo i fc 
ll liniily ikoflMisf piipB^oid 



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" Jeeit te ekorlM W Ai n 



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JMk bM 

from l^ith 
Air l^r(». His 
■Id nsMaeas of par- 
i» oqwdaQf tanpres- 



ipi firoo) Onper, 
i Carried nA re> 
itead). 



PRWCB8I ityg - ^p«M 
coiMniuiAy l^iribilil'rivg laf vices 

win be conducted 4 WSSSb Wetfr- 
o<Ust Churdi. Wednesday evenhig, 
Noverr^r 24. Churches of the area 
from Sandbridge to Princess Aime 
are ^participatfaig in the service, 
wlrich be^ at 7:30 pJB^ 



The Rev. Emory Ellmore, pas- 
tor of Ninuno Ctiurch, will cwj- 
duct worship, vt^ile choirs from 
Nimmo, 9k Jdm's Baptist, and 
T£rii)emacle Methodist churches 
wiU render Thaidcsgiving music. 

The Rw. Itob«t H. Gamer, pas- 
tor d T^&eraacl e Ifeth odtet 
Church, will preach. - 







NATIONWIDE HOMF FREEZER ^^/ r SUPPLIERS 




MUW MEETS 

rMStUlk BEAOI - The Vir- 
ftait Ifcach Branch (tf the Amer- 
Ml Associatim tA Uidversity 
Itoniaijaaet pecwrtly at th e°€OM» 
6fy Dl!^ Sdiool for Girls. 

Hm gi;mt speaker for the mec^- 
wi was Conunander Ridiard B. 
FWpB, Public Relations Officer 
for lite SO) Naval District. Slides 
iran and l^ Commander phUUps 
m tiM pramtation of his topic, 

t^Km ior tlK Decai^ber luiu:h- 
sen meeting were also di^nissed 
sA fte meeting. Refreshments were 
served. 

1^ branch was represented tWs 
awiNit the oi^fssiba^B's^M^tet 
n #ariishop held at tile Hampton 
Motel in Norfolk. The topic 
"Die Mobilization d Ccxnniu- 
a^ Resources to Raise the Cul- 
ttfsd tevd of All ChUdren." Those 
aMMlng were; Mrs. Charles M. 
ImM, Mrs. Joseph Saddl^, and 
Donald H. Rhodes 










Rdbert E. Slata' (ncond bvm left), |irerideU«Iect of the Mil ■■»- 
oodi IMiial UU iBsonoBce Conva^r, dhKoszM the oompuy's hM«- 
nmgt (Ma ^"^ Hany Htfrioaa, Jr., ^second from r^t), asdi^ant 
0mmk^iiAmA manago- of the ^ifiiya jBeach Unit rf ttie iimltXk 

ftiiwsr^iijr 1 RoaaU Hyman (left) of 278 Hatteras Ct.. and 

Kuiifft ^atvm (right) of 006 General Lee Dr., both of MfpOlk 
Icadi and represeitfatlvos tor the ctmi^y hi Nwiolk. Sons II 
Aibi Ibucock field re^caeatatfves from RichiiMHid, Norfolk and R«»> 
Mlto met re<»rtly at the ExMothre^otor Ibb tai RMmond, Is ^ 
MM iM contiBoed wryaMhwi of ttie ar^, the growfa^ market for Ufe 
and aaapimstaB of its relived sovkM. 



Chesapeake 
Circle 

»y ROURT H. BURGESS 

FrtHn the land of the life worth 

living,* here is more true maritime 

histo^ and history-in-the-making 

^ the author of 

Tias Wm C^esspeSce Bay, 

J 

Isolates 81^ explom hy picture and by word the. people, 
places and personality Of/tl» oitirancing Bay Country. 

An hamst tak, plaitdy toM, ^eeds best. 




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At yew beelMHcr, or 

CORNEU. MARITUME PRESS JNC, Onbriilir, Mii. 2U13 



Friday and Saturday . . . Two Days Only! 
Virginia Beich Store Only! 

Sad From 

20%v40% 

Tweed Suits-Dressmaker Suits- F^ 

Fur-Trimmed Suits-Drfessfes with Jackets- 
Sport Coats-Dressy Coats--Fur-Trimmed Coats 

T (Fox, Beaver, Mink) 
A wide selection to choose from . . • ' 

Sizes 6 to 20. Hurry >{ow awl g^. 



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(CoqItaMd fnp INm Ote) 

GvUh' to Mni bmii^w. a 

mitjfe to b« liMili tar Airiitai 

S(^l Su^. M. r. a^k^, vas 

.p dntad to mi$ the |MriMl^ 

to Mbooi. r. w. Cox me^ ^m 

the recut '^'aglc aedMEMi'' ki- 
volving ^gWa Baidi h^i school 
stuctents hu cttusdl Um "% ff&A 
deal (4 eom:^!!." But he ^d^ 
that thte wwry lud bM b^ta J&rt 
this year. Cnc ntared to pi wte- 
mobilt M^teiA reevMfy OB Gra«t 
Ke^ Rsa4 tai iMA Im Motets 
were kffled and l«^ orittodly in- 
jured. 

Cox tko &&i diat mart Mid 
men boyi an fWcM^ tte 
anaU OMMf^dM. airi ^ one ar 
t vo sdiooll IhuI alra^ pnhB>itad 
tton on the grtwndt. He laid tihat 
other sd>0(d Iraards have taken 
action binning tfie iKe (rf vdiicles 
by students Effing the »d»ol day, 
exct^ tee ttioie stlidents invdvad 



to ptupim mA m UakftHtlfc 
MmMm, li lAWi mSmt at- 
Mpl «N4 iMrt i< tlM «y and 
an an^Ioyid »art of iia ^ly. tee 
«iA^ is te &«at NkA MMd 

A^^ ^iUav ttted i^ Co* 
tM tlM ^itiag pnU^ M sch(»l 
and wfigt he caOed § "ecmhUon 
i( I^B^i^" la ttM IM af Mitonu) 
W^. Ite siyerlntBnd^ said tha 
he ^uld "a^Imi a kA rf wdup- 
^Myp" an^ Mpie ^ufeots mi 
(NtmUa if the ban \^ iaip(»«!. 
Nit lug^itad tiati tkat the mat 
ter be hUly kxdEed taito. 

He sjrid Uwre ia no JustiDcaticni 
lof a sbjdait to drive or rvte a 
nv)lar^de to acdiool, bee«ue "9^ 
havt tne^ortetiM} across the dtv 
-4,000 i^ei a (kqr." He ailed 
^t soma of the arws neighbor- 
ing Virginia Beadi do Mt provide 
pUUic traa^«rtattQD ^t puisle 
cost, and duA "tt would be differ- 
ei^" if Vbr^ria did not 



EXPANSION PROeRM BE 





VIrgiroi B«adi SUN, Thursday, November 1 8, 1 9W ^^ ^^ 

Virginia ^ach l^n ) 



GROUND-BREAKING 
AT BAYSIDE METHODIST 



BAYSH^ — Baylake IfeUwdii^ 
Church \xnke groind amdny, fol. 
lowing Qitk U:00 a.ni. wnr^ 
service, kit thdr new aan(^iaJ7. 

The new building will face ShM« 
Drive and adjoin their pnmBk 
structut«, whidi wiQ ba used tSt 
the Suwiay Sdiwrf department. It 
will be built in Colonial architec- 
ture d^gn and will ccuitain ap- 
proxunat^ 6,000 Kjpiare fe^ The 
seating capacity will l» 500 and 
the cost wiU be approximatdy 
$158,000. It is ocpected to be rei^ 
for ocd^jancy by June 1966. 



Ttta^ part in Oie "gnwnd 
t»«dd^ ce^noiqr," in addHte 
to the pasbHT. Rev. Ra^ncNid ,E. 
MttMV, vara: ^epbea BarUi^, 
youngest member; Miss &ie Ftf- 
§»m, pi0mi, Methodist Youth 
Fellowship; Mre. J. L. Drye, char- 
ter church menriia-; E. T. HlufttIrt, 

trurtee; C. J. \ Johiotm, ^^it. 
Churdi Scbod; Mre. W. L. Over- 
street, president. Woman's Mis- 
sicmary Society; and H. W. ChU- 
dreu. diairman of the Official 
Board. 



D^Bitaries ftmat at Ika nem^fntmi bnaU^ capAnMrifa at Um fUmmM MelhoAM etanii an 
(Ml is ri^) Br. OmtI J. Sanders, ttie Bev. H. Wack Can;, Mayar f^ Duaah. thmk W. Cp, tl^- 
Ji«B MeOBf JUi^ IBM ftttcc. fuBttw^aft saM lnwi H T. hi0k (lnylBn nmUmtt* K^M^m 

FeKi. (Mea phita). 





a you hod on outooccMant, you cmrfd bt axaoiad 
IP a liabilrty clgim in fxep^ef rP"£ po'n^y f^**?^ 
High jury vardkti «• eomnioii loiiay. Apr you mrt 
your praia«it Mb^Mmittmm »i i mk $ ^ tf ^t 




MmumLn%mm 




KELLAM-EATON 

Itmtrana Cmfmtf 

lin FACIRC AVE -^ VMUMNIA 8IACH 
42Mt6t 

24064 PtlNCESS AHNI W. - CITY HAU 
0)4264^)0 



In 19|>9 MMn Strett w»i ilwiy* lw»y . . . cwwd* 
•d w^ •rafbyir <»«<•••• •»«« iH^^ft^ • • • 

. . . tb»n H. a Oltver Had been serving more than 

44 y^rs. 

' Tilt first tniBey ^peared in the 1^ l«ll?s ... aa »Wb 
Street was fiwii« into the dty's moA innp>rta«t Ihis^ . ; 
neift stiW. Hie aotomobfie ffaa n^. ^ Xf^ ^«*J^ L 
on tte fleets y«st. In timse t^s» * P Oliver JpdiJ- ^^ 
rea^ cibMbed a raplayan ler.aaedkiice, pwi«^ 
d^5»Si# hMdlad^wrW fPd^WJral i^ryi^ of 

5^ the troIUy ba< bawirwl*^ Nf Wgfciiili •»« *a 
hcSby the auiBBHWIe . i . tat It D. OHv** remains to 
its ^p^ia« as Norfolk^ fiD#- . • ap* PW* *W ^^ 
hs^^^^mA at Vhi^filfc*: * jMW»* ^ 'f 
help you wii wmn detafl; «d ^ |^u|« you of . tha 
finest of vp^BM. Can on ll. p. W^' 

%rry D. and James B. Oliver 




VIRGDnA BEACS - On Sun- 
day a^moon at three o'clock, 
fSXKA dma fanisen for m exten- 
sive ecptmsion {Mx^aro at Scott 
Memorial Methodist CiMirch locat- 
fA on First Cokmial Road near 
Oceana. 

BirfiM^ a pthsriu d mwa ttum 
too peo^ an faq^^^vfe aorvke 
was coadttcted by the Reveroid 
H. Wark Qiny, PaMffl-. TlitKe 
partidpi^iB^ in tiie grounefcreak* 
Ing wM^ Ht. Carl J. Sanders. Biy 
rs^-int»'"ia«t rtf th# Norfcdk Dfeh 
k^ Majmr FradE Dusdi, Mayor 
LI ine oty <tf Virginia Bea^; kbrs. 
Irvin J. Upacuv tde dwgliter oi 
the late Sbefcv D. Sr"»t •»'*- 
wh(»n the church is named; lYaoJE 
W. Cox, unde* whose ieaoefMajj 
the preseit buildii^ wm reeled; 
"^- "H P Tves. Chairman <A tte 
Buildii« Comnittee; William E 
McUuig, Cnurd] Architect; and 
Mr, Sam Potter, Cmtractmr. 

Scott Memorial Ctarch was orig- 
mally called Providence rad was 
located near jSeatack. It was prob- 
aUy (Ml a ^aiit wiUi Virgii^a 
Beach. CtoerH^, i^tomo. Itiy 
emacle, ««1 Sifalm. In 18^ The 
Reverffld 0. <}. C. ^tts suggested 
that the dtodi be ^m^ to (kx- 
ana. ta a{^;>ni(xkaateiy 1911 the 
aaat (4 tte diurdi was d^B^ed 
from Providoice to Oceana. In 
aao Oeeaia and ^r^oia B^d( 
were buk^ s^^rate jppointo^^ 
aod "Ria Beveread C^^iu JUcNeer 
became tlw ftvt {^xh*. ^, . , 

FoUowing his death in 1M2, S. D. 
Scott, Sr. kft valuable beach pr^ 
erty to this church. Under the lead- 
ership of J. B. Sent^ and F. ^. 
Cox, some WtOOQ ^as raised and 
added to 941.000 i^froro , the Scott 
estate. Ia 19«| Hie Official Board 
mggeitod that the church b^ 
bwwa as ^acM Memc^l, and a 
ftiiklii^ Dmunittee compmed (rf 
J. E. Winsbw, C. C. Whitebaad. 
Jr., Mrs. W. L. Iforphy, Mrs. 
lieonard Ifiteshew, Mrs. I. J. Up- 
son and R. P. Wright developed 
plans which led to graundbreiridi^ 
cerenoni^ on May 14, U60, fol- 
lowing which the jprea^ plaitf was 
erectedi 

The presoH BuiMiag Cnmfittee 
is cMifWsed d. Howard P. Iv«i. 
diairfnan. Irvin C. Evans, 0. M. 
Paughman. Mrs. G. E. Gur^ttus, 
Milton G. Ferrell, Arthur J. Falts, 
Stuart C. Malkry, ai>d Mrs. Irvin 
J. Upsm. 




#ef|Mt Vlrtfi^ 
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■ateva M « Ml, Ms la ANnia 4v^w al the eanier of l>M|-a|net. Tke pielwe «a 

m iiiihiiatln Al i^hl. h di CMNha Onirdi, imw tani d^wn. To tte Ml Is tte i 

Ba4i aid Tiait Oanipaiy, a«d tte aH aMlip's heme. OdAr mm0k VhtfaH Mak ami Troat Can- 

pivy hMr baeuiie ka^wB i» V^^ Nafl«4 9aBk, and «»s aaW ia iie Natlaul Bank «f ConnMree. 

ifir aiMia ealei VhFgMa MiMMd Mriu WhMi tds pictwe «aa takaa, pav^ aad U^Mkif operattow 

wmtt beln «ur|ad airt la ai^yH Mlai^ Avewe a dMia| nad>ay. Ws waa aol iiifrfofiii, airi tta 

mediaa stria was iwwafsd lAaot ihna 9«art later. 



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Aha p i ulB i id are E^. 



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»k. and Mn. DenaM J 

(MF Virginia Beac^ ti^imee 
a(k)ption of a dai^bH^, 
T&ese. (M». Beatfy a the ibnM' 
Miss Bart>ara RofaUaa of ^^da. 



Mr. and Mrs. Fn^ V. 



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(Md< twA dau^r, paaa Lyaii, 
OB Nov. 7 In 0a Paul Hos;^^ Mis. 
Chedc is tiie fopaer MIm Nanejr 
WiUiford, dau^ito- of Mr. and Hrl, 






Mr. 



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Ms JHUaai O'Rottrke, ^. f"d 

Mn. Ollaaark^ announce fte IHrth 

44 iMr BWi ichikr, foifl!^ son. 

CMll ttmOuma^tm, oa NoC'0 tit the 



Ihe birth of ttieirsSS beljertf Hos|«til erf V&^ft^ 



ytc*. O'Hoiirka is Ihe fonnar Miss 
llmrtel Sumner, daughter of Mrs. 
tkilis Sduiml of Fall River, M^., 
and the late Jams Sumn^. 



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UNITED 

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Home, and tha JalTeraoB iialal 
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VIRGINIA BEACH - UoHad 
Mortgagee Servicing Cwp., Wh^ 
is located at 3Srd Strict and ?J 
cific Avaiue, went before the l^ia^ 
ning Ccsnmission last we^ And 
printed plans to cmstruct a 
hcmt offlce vUch w$i house iq^" 
proxtaptely TOO pp^k^ee*. 

\ Tte (SQKiany requested r^^o^ 
a 9k$ acres Ml Old VtirgJ^ 
telllpd bettwn Saatacir #d 
SBck Acres. The ti«ct dMH 
u toi^red bv South lUrda^ 
Road on the pasl awl Qi«a( ii|i|olr 
Cfeek (fa the veA. ,- . 

United Mortgaga^ was sta^ 
^1^ Franklin IMUtog ^ Btoii# 
h\w& as Lomas Realty Sacw^ 
Oup, The compaay'f nana t^ 
chai^ when it bfciwne I nM^ 
Iaiy'*(rf Vnftei ImprovSement w- 
vestuig, Ii^.. of New -York. Ifce 
firm moved its hme dffica to 
Vii^nta Bead! tai July 1964; 

UiAed operates about 20 bruK^h 




VA. KACH / MMxm . Biniai 



fifices ojMt to coast at pre^iA 
'aad pUmto ppen at l^ast 40 addi. 

tfcnai birarfcHea by 19^. 

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Hie cwnpany also ai^ed for a 
use pomit to Gfierate a sewage 
$B^tf(a^ pivA ip the area, but 
^ firm's attomry Jb^ Jan>«* 
si^, "We Ipve BO iqaatian ^«MK> 
aocf««r of evir Qlipg 1." 

0ity seweraip iif^t^fae tha 
fi^ by Odob«r:n0l.#id tht mo^ 
pitiy vM not atn^ 'c<Hiailii0Qa 
i^^ at least tlwt hue, accorl^ 
to J^ra. He said the conHpis* 
40fli*i a^v^ of Hoe aii#c^an 
wm tmmmy i« buiiaMf raa- 

Cbarlei Sanders, a rasident of 
RhrdfMck Acrei said he was in 
favor of such use <rf the prop^ty 
hut he vMced strong disapprival 
g( the increase of vdilcular traffic 
(aRucd fay tl^ TOO vdddes tai and 
(N|t (^ the aria dmly. 



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BARNETIA LEX WHITEHEAD of 

803 Uth ^et d^ recently in a 
hospttal. She was tiw daughter of 
Will and Mrs. Sbtaiey Whitebaad. 
Surviving, besk^ her {Mn»ts, 
are two brotiiers, Mardiall lA^in 
and Will Whitehead IH, and a ds- 
ter, Uupati Annetta llu^hes. all 
Of Vir^nia Beach. 

ROBERT FRANCn AIXGOR. m. 

of 4700 Broad ^reet, dkd rec^tty 
in ^ home. Ife was ttm husband 
of Mrs. Genuine Folker AUg^. 
Besides Ms Mddow, lurvivii^ are 
two daughters, Mrs. Ekdne A. Ua- 
gemach oi Nn^Hc and Mrs. Jean 
T(»ncavage ctf Virginia Bead)"; and 
a son, Rdi>ert F. Al^or and broth- 
er, Walter L. ADgw, both of Ber- 
^nfield, N. J. 

« • * 

mmi* mmrmja of m 

me^ Rc«l has died in bis h«ne. 
He voriud for Hugl»s tile Go. 
for 16 yean. 

He is survived by a dwighter, 
Mrs. £men Tayl(Nr (rf Noiiolk;' a 
brothtr, Jones H. Whitfield of 
^mftm. N. C; and three sist«-s, 
Mes; EUa Brewugton and Mrs. 
Maggie Brewingfaw of Giaanville, 
and l^s. Jean ValetAioe of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

* — • • 
RAU*H KnfHUEY DAWSON, T^i. 
at m^. Holly Road, died to a 
hospital. He was a former asso- 
ciate of Holmes & Dawson and 
the IMpartafnt of Agriculhire 
Commomfy Exchange Authority. 

He is survived by Us widow, 
Mrs. Mildred Glower Gr^n Daw* 
son; three 4at^ters, Mrs. Harold 
N. Cox of Falls Churd), Mra. ScbU 
IKerUog d Viighi^ Raadi. and 
1^|. G«T^ ^..anbert-irf Balttotore; 
a son, iBerryman Green IV or Jtor- 
64ki M^mmm, Mv^ Mikhed 
^«^ ^Mfdf S|i ^d Mrs. jMet 
Daws(w Taylor d Virginia Beach. 



Ffc^qO fVfNm fcORNER, 69. 

of 4612 Broad »<*set has died in 
his Pembroke Manor . hWM- Ha 
fps coipctt^te secretary c^ JNo* 
1^ ysmm* Agency, Inc. and 
Iw) bt^U tt^ ^i^^ce boitnass 
in the MiMQ^-Vttil^a Beach arnn 
49 yean. Ife was fiie husband, of 
lin. Vlighm D. ORmer. 
<m^ h^ vHik fce is fwvivwl 
by a m^. Urn. Std^p C. 



HELP 

. The Vhrgtou l^h Siui agite 
nukes a idea fw pictures, d^wr- 
ing file chan^ig scenery <d Vv- 
gtoia BeMi- AS dd pictures will 
be returned irfter a co]^ is m^ 
of than, and a pi^if*^ of ^ 
sc«)e tc^ is ttlffis. Identlftct^ 
of the ^ {^to would be {wrti^i* 
larly appreciated. The staff Is Sfltt 
attempting to find' old' photos of 
what \iras once' Prfnceis Anne 
County. We would aj^redate yoax 
c(»itryiwttoos. 



T«r lib to (k^ 

IfiBCSLtAiNEto tonihae for 
ii^. Sit iOlh ^«et 11-1S« 



linigren ol Holden, Mass.; a spn, 
Howan! Ctoveland Comer of Beth- 
el Park, Pa.: » sMer, Mri. Mle 
^. Whitehiwt o| Norfolk; twa 
4^ brothers, G^^ 4^Corngr of yjr- 
gHMa BioBh aad liwA £ Omr 
of Norfcii: ailfiTa fraodeWUran. 



CASH! 



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fo $10,000 
nsPAY cwyL 




J. BRYAN DUm^EY, 65. hutat 

(rf Mrs. Adella '1^ ZitoliQP. has 
di^ fai i^ ham at Bade Say. Sb 
was a niriiy« of Princess Anne 
County «id a retired farni^. 

Besdes his wife, he u nurvlved 
by two mu, J:^ Bryan Dudley 
Jr. and Daidf^ Shqtp Dudl^, and 
a diH^w, Mrs. MargarM Fran* 
oes DoMvy, aU of Virginia B«ach; 
and two saters, Mrs. Ruby fldpat 
of No-foHt and Mrs. Mildred An- 
derson of Riversjid^ Calif. 



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GINIA BEACH 



Have bctfi Mvering a lot rf twrto^ tatety, im and nqr tnrty 
(ttmi^ aometiRwt t^^emmtid) Polardd . . . n^ fsm old Mo^. 
tdced frWi some 00* <nei. trav^ed tarfamiyar nadi. Mw and re- 
cord^ iKBiy fatdoayng th^ . . . ud tbin^ot^jf «i)9j^ wraiiv^ 
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Afta-tiioi4^ m the 'really b|g' ntt^M^ itow— Uw a^isfw^tion o! 
owatag an aitt|m oaaaea frwi Ale finding d 1^ m^ be werlookad 
aa a irfaoa of isk, redabnug it tak ns tare snd a^hxt to fet \mmS^ 
tte t^ outs' Qii£^ md reveaUng its tnie ben^ far a n^nd duno- 
af uaaAilaeaa . , . airf Uiia paridlels tiis b-mrfit* which will &M» from 
the praOli Kiteed l^ the Friacess Ame Womm's Oub for the Atl»Air 
Mental H^ene Clinic, in Uiat i»o?le who feel lost and detth^ tor tiie 
junk {nle <rf Inunanity wiU also be givoi that a«»ad <ftanoe . . . 
S^tiy evtfiMd ... 

Wai oirt tlvoi^ the areas of Uttk Nec^ nd Eagks Ne^ Pdnt 
recenUy. We were k»king for an wldress whidi had b^ nM»rrectly 
g N wii. fSw^ a c c up k ^ hows we oaaeteredj^t jfld davn hiUi^ in ai^ 
mft of drivew^a <|^ chased by b^ meaiMookiBg tbgs)!. but had a 
completely enjoyri^ morning. It was one of th«w nare bdian aawner- 
^» days, tte atm pure goU sbiaij^ on the midti-caknd g^imm diades 
in acres and acrw of woodlancb. Ths section is <me (ll Iht moit peace- 
fid to be fmoid, pqMdated sparsely by famUies who ot^ gracioitt liv- 
ing. 11»ey canbine their restored homes with trei«ires of ttie past 
blended witii modem convaiienee with rare tasft airf ^npUcity. Notic- 
ed many new honMs being constructed in that area wfaidi was once 
exclii^ve courtryside of a few . . . <^hers ar« finding seroiity is still 
av«laMe in Virginia Beadit 

We are often corrfused trjrtng to find "a nsw cawramity in the scat- 
tered miks that make up Virginia Beach . . . ff, sometime, jrau siwuld 
notice a little blue wagon bring driven by a perplexed lookii^ female 
ia a w^ ^alkm ^ket. you mi^ offer assi^i«ce - it's |Kt*Rbly nrw 
«nd my PdaroM in search cf a picbire and a story . . 

Gnmqr ecMMs iMck . '. . / 

■Hie carnal missed a goad Aot the other day out A Cox High 
SdwoJ. We were in a hurry to get our asrigranent completed and were 
caught »v witfi tfie corridor stamped* of class dianging. Everyone was 
nwving too f«rt . . . brt we glimj^d two little Wfeh «Aobl girls wear- 
fa^ tile lirtest faKl— the graimy dress! ... and we Wished we could have 
iveonled it for ywi. Tliey looked like little girls playing 'mama' as 
they Bright have draie 10 years before; or you mi^ say they kwked 
like ttey ji^ gtrf out of bed and hadn't had tone to take off the ni^tie. 
Anyway, we liked th«n though they may not be exactly pn^Jer for 
id»d. They give tile girls a modeat d«nure kx>k which is connpleteiy 
feminine and a big yti^rovemart on semg #^ » iinj ij t"i id» ^vg=^ ^ =^^^ 
TweM Tdephooe . , !. 

One of Lhc nawt nwdem it«ns we hrti-jglBiB aeroM is the new 
touch-tone td^[Awie. No, we don't have ore. hut wl know <rf a young 
man who got tired of c«iq)eting for the family i*one and dedded t 
order his own. And he wanted the latest thing. He got a lot of snickers 
acd .rude eonMnents from the older ^eoer^on, but he pwsistad and 
got his way ... and his T^one. Now his nhone is the nw^ popular 
ammd-everyone who comes in mat tiy tfie new buttons, whidi give 
out with a diker«it tiMie for each number pushed. Getting the manbo" 
is more fun ewto than getting tiie awwra-! " ^ , 

.Ja l^nr 'Mneat MiaslBgT . '. . '— — — ^-- ^^^■^■--.^■■.^^^^■^ 

And we have been £eked to fiad out tf someone is mlssii^ a half- 
grown l[iiiiiiM|y|<Wl| illih tomcat. Oe j^p^red ft a heme in wMsh a 

acnlliAe iif jrnTBprtitftf Tiffti Tr" ^^^^r f •"* such a (^ for a kmg tanel 

The cat h^ adopted Ihe fanily and has been witfa tiiem for ova- a 
week. It te a heathy, well cared for animad and v«7 affectionate. Thav 
feel he BHiit have come frOTi a good home . . . aad nw»t>e some o4her 
child is heartbrckwi at its disappearance. Hiey would like to keep the 
<^, but if it does have a little mistress or master somewhere, they 
«r« 11^1^^ to give it back— if the person asking for it can prove with- 
out a dwW IhM it is indeed their peft! According to WaH Diaiey in 
last wedt's TV show, cMs are ik^ o^iieS by iaw; they indepwidentiy 
live where ihey wish! 



peft! ACCO 

5^ 



Marines Offer Aid 



The Itoirine Cwps Res«-ve and 
the citizou of IMewatra- have 
been offered "a piece of ttie ae- 
tion" in Vietnam, a spokesman for 
Tidewater's two Marine Corps Re- 
serve units announced today. 

This can be accolmplished Iw 
said, throu^ individual contrflni- 
tions to CARE in the name of the 
newly e3t£*lished "Marine Corps 
Reserve Clvl6 Action Fund for 
Vietnam;" 

"We of tte two Marine Corps 
Reserve units are Initiating an all- 
out drive to secure donations to aid 
the Civic Actiwi Programs of our 
Re^n- Marine Fcurces in Viet- 
nam," the spokesman stated. "Any 
citizen or group in the Tidewater 
area desirtng to make contribu- 
tions in a.qqx)rt of the pr(^[ram 
may obtain special envdopes f(N- 
this iMirpose by contacting either 



of the Marine Corps Reserve units. 
Ihey are ^ Marine Air Resole, 
Namd Air ^tion, NorfoSc, {^xnie 
444-2259, or the Supply Battalion. 
MarlM Corps Reserve, Navy/Ma- 
rine Corps Reserve Training Cen- 
ter, Naval An^^bibioi^ Base, Little 
Cre^. [^lone 588-2086." 

"Money is not being collected 
by the Marines," the q)(&esman 
said. "All dcmations are tax oc- 
onpt and are on a voluntary and 
indivkiud basia to CARE." 

CMIE is a y.S. Government ap- 
{»-oved agency and is already op- 
erating in Vietaam and is cap^le 
of efficiently^inandUng donatims, 
making purchKies, ind providing 
transportatton rovletnam wl»re 
the needed st^Ji^les will be turned 
over to the m Marine Amphibious 
Force bx use in su{^rt of their 
civic actlMi {Mx^ans. 



MtUTARY tiOUSMG 
IS BEING BUILT 



NOipOIX — A oev t^ (^ 
bo^i«ftr Mttiry bm^m hi fte 
tMewfte' aMM te bd^ coato^^ 
ed ^ ^rg^ Beadi Boulevard 
ae««ral Modes wert (tf tiie Military 
i^niay omt^s. To be known as 
te Qrtmi IMnt Apartments, the 
daftopBMot is tm first in the 
u^ bai^ butt mdw secUm 810 
d the Mllittty Hoi«^ Act vk 

Qtnra Point. wQl tonslst ctf 300 
bvo, ttree imd fow bedrowa units. 

Ihe imits are being teilt under 
tte statirtDiy iH^ortaition tA S«^ 
^n 8l0«r the Ifoining Act of l^, 
ai Mended I9 &(^«i 611(a) of 
IM^ Urw sr-7B. This Federal 
legislatlai audxrixK the F«ieral 
Housing Admbiistratimi to insure 
niortgage loanl for cofli^ction of 

ttftiiaiiirt ^m onrfninrinnf lw» wftll^aiw ? 

and ^iMitial eiviUan poioimi^ of 
the Department of Defaue where 
such hoiBi|ig is determined to be 
ia the iirtOP^ (tf natwnal defense. 
Crown Poiitf Apartments were 
ai^roved by the EJefenw Depart- 
ment wid the Fedo-al Housing Ad- 
mini^ation because of the need 
of additktaid houang in the Nor- 
folk area for> families (rf military 
personnel as d^rmined by hous- 
\s^ surveys made undo- the aus- 
pkes di tlie Navy Department 

ODC WILL 
STAGE PLAY 

^Qitm^K - Ihe Okl Dominton 
College Theater wlU presoit J. M. 
Synge's. "The Tiidter'f Wedding," 
Thiffsday tfuoii^ Sirtivday, Nov. 
ffl-20, at 8:» pm. ia Uttle Iheati-e 
of the (M Acac^ic Buflchng, 
jaaB^?l M.^fd.» rt. P oUu^ Ave. 

%lr"va^M^ ifiomedy was )mA 
succesfiful]^ pttx&iced off-Broad- 
way in 19S7 at Uie theater East. In 
recent years, Irish theatw has lo^ 
sonw <rf its popularity for Ameri- 
can audiences, but according to 
faculty m^ml^, DonaM Kuhknan, 
the play's dfa'ector, the cfaann and 
sUbsNiKe of tl^ Iri^ will ahvays 
enrkA us. Kaldinan has diosen fte 
play because it ha« i|^een neglected 
and is wfU 
tion. 




socij^a eondtloiity,*^ he aayB. 
'is aliiiin toriy aid iui^ our 
ears and ey«sjclHai»ed Iqr MA 

iuiracterizationi is always a theate* 
Hcperience. The IriA dramatics 
are masters at this." 

The role of "S»ah" will be 
played by Sue Bchidse; "Mid»ei" 
oy Robert McGonigal; "Mary" by 
Marianae Rob^rtsm; and tiK 
Priest by Kuhl(nm. Dave Osborn 
is stage manager; Mary EUen 
Frazier, set desigBer; and Carole 
Jtosenquist, dal-eograp h er. Other 
crefw meaktenart Hah Sbarpt, 
Sw Aim Hewttt, Muriel Fudala, 
6ut Jfdhoson, BhuM^ Ghcknoan, 
and lUta Duttoto. 

The play is open to all shidents 
and to the public without charge. 

JOINT SERVICE 

VIROINU BEACH - The joint 
Thanksgiving Day swvice 8|)on- 
sored by tin Ministerial Associa- 
tion of tiie Virginia Beach Borou^ 
«HD be held at 10:00 ajm. Thurs- 
day, Novcnf*er K at St. Mart's 
Africm Church, Rev. Danid E 
Felton, pi 

Rev, 'J(*n Lyfea. minista- dt 
the First Pre*yteriaii\Chiffch. will 
preach. 

The puMic is invited to attend 



Christmas In The Country 



Mihaaf^ perssmel (Mri^ to 
IN9 bi tte new tanm-hc^ apart* 
m^s mart be cwtUkd n f^^jfiH 
for occupiw^ by the Navy. The 
units m'e Kheduled for completion 
by January 1986, and Om-e are 
now forty laiits ready for ocQ^ 
IMoey. RMa range from |110 to 
$1S0 per month. 

A aecood unit of 180 aparttnmts 
«A be constructed at the san» 
sito nail year. 



BRIDGE BIO 
REQUESTED 

RICHMOf^ - Bkls have been 
reqiwsted by th e St ate High w ay 
D^artm«H fw 14 road and M^i 
projects, new residauy office 
bniikUngs at Bedfo^ and Louisa, 
an addition to thi Firederldcsburg 
r^ideaQT dfice, and a truck 
'Sighing Ftatitm on Interrtate 81. 

Featuring the call for bi<b is a 
project to divide nearly six nules 
of US ao in Hmry County and a 
parallel bridge to divide US 60 at 
Lynnhaven Inlet in Virginia Beach. 

Other work includes six bridges 
on Inta^tate 64 in Oiesapeake, the 
rdocatimi of a section oi Route 6 
south of US 250 at tiw foot of 
Aft(ui lifoutttaifl, paving the new 
road betw^ Route S and the 
H^)e«i^ brU^, v«hich is now un- 
det construction, and five second 
aiy ^stem promts. 

The project on US 220 1^ {««• 
vide two ailditional lanes, either by 
paralld hmes or romplete ccm- 
stHK^fen of four mw lanes, from 
Bassets Fork io the Fb^lui 

The Lynnhaven Intet Inrklge on 
US 60 will be almost i^tical to 
the preseot l,S28-foot lu^-levd 
stnictore and will erase a bottle- 
neck, which is beconing more m- 
rious daily as traffic increase. 
The bridge is supposed to be fin- 
ished by the end oi nect year. 



VIRGDIIA SEACH — DoDaki J. 

M(<3i^ has been af^winted real 
Mtote refvesentaUve by SieU Oil 
Coiqumy. 

A native <rf Danville, bdlana, 
McCli^ was graduated ht»n Mich- 
igan State University in 1959 with 
a BA degree in Busings. Upon 
grackuUim. he served turo yean 
in the U. S. Army in Okinawa, at- 
tauui^ the rmk d first lieutoiant 

McCUih joined SheU's sales de- 
partment in 196B in T^unpa, Flori- 
da. Since tiiat time he has held 
sales assigpm^its in Cocoa Beadi, 
Florida, Cohimbia and Spartan- 
tMirg, Soutii CariHina. As real es- 
tate representative, be will assume 
responsibility for the Norfolk Area. 

MoCli^ js a mendber of the Civi- 
tan ChJb, the Jayce^ and the 
YMCA. and resides at 8(]r7-B Mon- 
roe Cc^mt, Lakevilte Townehouses 
in Virginia Beach. 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, fSlOVEMtER 18, 1965 

Si^TIONB 




-*«^ 




THOMPSON TO HEAD 
1965 M.S. OnVE 



Mrs. ReMi (kit) ami Mn, Rtaa (Mteg Oady) are werUag hard 
MT'f^nitleB Shoe Box" hoping to Inters ethers bi dtariag with 
te prejei^ of aeadtag gtfto to tte ftghttag nea to Vlel Nam for 
OnMaiaa. (Ihidrick pinle). 

GIFTS FOR G.l.'s 




CENSUS 

VIRGINU BEACH - Local res- 
idoits will help provkle informa- 
tion on the causes of unonpky- 
moit oatkmaUy when ^y answo- 
qpiestioiQ in ttie Census Bureau's 
Cun^it Pc^lation Survey vi^^efa^ 
bi^an this week. 

Oaisus Bureau interviewers ask 
jdb ^eeka^ why they are looking 
for work; for example, did thay 
lose M- quit their previous johi, 
drop (Mt of school, or what? 

This question, will be in ^diticn 
to the usual ones asked each month 
in the sun^ dbout onpliqrment 
and uneoqdoym^, which suppiv 
the information for national figur?s 
released by the U. S. Department 
of Labor. 



AMERICAN LEGION 



POST 113 



Ihe quMstooi lane «f Mr. wd Mrs. Bnv 
Cape Henry Wanaa's CHI's aaanal Ckiistoiai la the Cooatar on 
A H denatta. wideh wffll beaeflt the Windser Voei Ukiwf faad. wlB 
Im^ail aannl MmMbm M te hMiae; Mrt flw 'atfgkMl eaoatry 
fei«ve Monkta- hdldi^ entotalai^ aad ^ givtag- (9tk» plwM). 



1, frm 18 
the 
wflhafc 



to 4 pjn. 
to set the 



VIRGINIA BEACH - American 
Le^m Post 113 will hM its regu- 
lar meeting with dinner ton^t at 
8 pjn. 

A dart movie wiU be shown 
followed by a brief commentary 
concerning the organdzatton of an 
Explorer Post, 

"The American L^on Depart- 
ment Fall Conference will be held 
Saturday and ^uday, November 
ao itfid 21, at Natural Bridge. It to 
hoig«A thee will be a Uu-ge r^ 
reaeotatkn from tiie local post 



VIRGINIA BEACH-"Operation 
9ioe Box" has been bistigated by 
a group of club w(Mn«i who are 
determined that the mai figl^ing 
in Viet Nam wiU blow th^ aire 
rmionbered and backed whide- 
heartedly by the fanilks at heme. 

Mn. Thomas Russ and Mra. 
Dan H^in request that a^ civic 
dvt^, (lurches, gardoi didM, 
w(«nen's dubs, and, oi course, in- 
dividuals who wish to show siqq^art 
of our armed forces in Viet Nan 
win join in the eff (»rt to seild a 
shower d gifts to the men at 
Christmas tine. 

It has been tagged "Optfatimi 
&oe Box" because dto pm^ifMia 
to be sent should not exceed that 
siK. And inside t}» package can 
be the itans most r^u^ed from 
over d>ere-^udge or fruit cake in 
tins, paper back hocks, razor 
blad«. self-sealing enveli^pes, wool 
SOX, t(4)acco, gum, {K-e-sweetoied 
hoiit dri^, ad <^her mch m^k 
necesatles. - ^"^t-^ -^tf^^^'-- -^ '■: : - - , 

Inside the (ackage, the cbnw is 
t^gmlisd to ft^a card with name 
and addr^s. and the mitside <rf 
the package is to ^^ 



Memorial Mass 

VIRGIMA BGACH-The Father 
Nicholas J. Habets Counca of The 
Itai|^ of Columbus is sponsoring 
a John F. Kennedy Memorial Mass 
at St. Gregory the Great Catholw 
dnjrdi. Virginia Beach Blvd., <» 
Saturday, No^^nbw 20, at 4:30 
p.m. 

All Knights of CohnAus of-tbe 
T^tewater area are urg^ to at- 
teid. The public is also invited. 



in decorated paper over which will 
go the heavy wrapping paper and 
Irftekd with Christmas Vwt Nam 
and with its extents to assist the 
chaplains in di8trtt>uUon of the 
gifts from home. 

Deadline for gettii^ the pack- 
ages to the pickup pdnts is Wed- 
i^Klay. November 24. Pickup 
pdirts tor, the packa^ are at all 
7-11 stores and at WKVK. 

Anyone dm-ing nMMre informa- 
ti<Mi regarding "(^ration Shoe 
Bm" njay get in touch with Mrs. 
Betty Fo^ s{pA Mrs. Ed Dixon in 
Chesapedce; Mrs. Don Frazier and 
Mrs. Robert Gah^Bttiti Norlt^; 
and Un. (^ton lAriow. Mrs. 
Ti»»nas Russ, Mrs. Dan HdUn, 
and Mrs. James McCann in Vir- 
ginia Beadi. 

FIRE AND RESCUE 
CALLS FOR OCTOBER 

FOtE 

Buildti^ ". , .7. , , . , , • 28 

Wootb ifc Grass S7 



Attsc. 
False 



Total ....^ MB 

Fire EqmianeRt used-W pieces. 

* « • 

AMBULANCE j n 

Heart Attack .j.....;. « 

Maternity i — .. W 

Att.&ikMde B 

Misc ••O 

False ; _ 2 

Airfo Acckients _... 46 



Total 




E^iert L. Baker. Presklait of the 
Tickwater Area Chaptor <^ Muscu- 
lar Dystrophy Associatioif announc- 
ed the iQ^ointment of A. R. "Bus- 
ter" Thonrnwi to <Mre<A the 7.880 
volwiteu s M ho will num the March 
for I>ystrophy on Noven^her 19, 36 
and^21. 

R^earch and patioit so^rice ex- 
pcndihires totaling $3,7ti,m.01 are 
reflected in the 1965 Annual Re- 
port of Muscular Pystriyfay^A^ 
citaions of America, released today 
t^ Baker. Preddent of ttie Anoda- 
tion's Tidewater Chapter. An ad- 
ditional $873,900.88 w^ depended 
by MDAA for professional ediKS- 
tion and training. PvbUc Hea^, 
Education and Ccxnmuntty Serv- 
ices, bringing t(^ program ex- 
penditures for the year ending 
March 31. 19S5, to 14,617,021.87. 

"This amount," Mr. Thompson 
noted, "represKits 80.1% of ev«7 
ddlar spent by the Associatlo) in 
fiscal ms. 

We're froud of the hi^ j>ercetHr 
age (rf program vs nrni-fU't^rBm ex- 
penditures and e^}ecially ol ttw 
fad th^ fund-raisii% costs were a 
low of 7.5% of total expenditures 
ard admini^ation expenses only 
8.4%. ' \^ 

"NCTwftelBS." Ihoi^pMn pol^ 
ed out, "we need aiAstnti^ 
^^ter incmne. hi fiscal 1966, the 
Association was vBoabk to spoid 
as mudi on resMrch as H vmdd 
have liked i»caiae, whil« incane 
ronaiaed relatively "^nH^^N wi 
of patioit services roiie Cy^nM 
$300,000." These services, Thontip- 
son said, are essential and the As- 
sociatim is pled^ to povide 
them." But whUe they ghw a de- 
gree d oanfort and keep patients 
as healthy as poss^le pending a 
ewe," he said, "they canned save 
tHi lives of some 200,000 vkUim of 
Muscular Dystn^. Only a ib- 
search breai^uoi^ can do diat 
This hred^m)U|^ » what we mn 
mi ' 




ithaj 



read] 



fort 
<l8y." 

t)fi icka 8* .ihiemeyer, St., 
Medod Ai^isor, iNicated thM i«- 
smirch in the Mi d nairomuscu' 
lar dia^ees has gained so mxk 
mamti^tam that, even if MDAA's 
income were douiM, there would 
hot be sufficient dollars to finaaea 
•«eiy lasti^ojed wfrich ihow«pn»- 
ndsN. He ttien Rioted from the 
^^atem^'ihAie ia the Annual R*-' 




port bgr tfie Assoeiatton'i 
President,, «fr. 1^4 Oohoi! 
are procoiitog «n tlto 
tlMt evtfy pe^d sutaMil ^« 
rqaHafals inve^g^oK, and a 
edbyaar MtduM AOfimry 
should receive ow support, It < 
be this v«*y i»t>||d; i^ch will j 
vide the answav we sedi." 
Mr. Th(Mnpsan ui^ all 
of TklawatO' to Incraase 
trfeutioiB to diis y^ T*» 




Agakist MuKidar 
everyone 0na m esArt 
two," ThomiMan said, 
(rf renardi on tl^ 
CM be (piickened aad nme 
will ulUmately be sived." 

One of te nation's m^ 
tary health agendo^ Ifik/yk 
rles on a Wwld-Wde 
grai^to-aid an4 idswih^ 
gram designed to find 
trMto[)«^fM- MuKulw 
and felMed 

cN-ders afflh<ting mffliis, 
fKiatfea aisD matatadu « 
MoMad ia majM- popdMon 
tim^lMt the ooonlry sod 
vidsB a wide variety of iati< 
c(»nmuitffy s^^rkes tiqM^ 
390 affiliated ^lapters?^ 

Here in Tkiewata-, the 
tioB's iaopam JndMss 
f«H<o& Gooral "~t**-» 
Mm S. Thiero^o*, Jr., ; 
Advhur and Dr. Geoige F, 
aer. Jr., Dbvetar^ CHvOHiald 
aod Dr. A. La^b^ain. Tl^ ia 
^ tie ddest Vhm^tr 
CSiOqi in tlw Nation apd has 
in operatkai siiKre I960i. 

This (3)ap^ provides 
^1^ for <he w^BUfifgor 
vfcttns sQch as^Mfl^ 
m«Bte«t (wly in the dinic but 
hatta as liw, NtM^ssary 
JPfdaL ^» mescal nevb 
WfctaUeii*!. 

W MUWMA a 



mvif 



% Jfr» 



^^7"Vh,'BMa9m»aM, 
Ml iE!ad of dvie^tadneaTl , 
ttat the citJasna of Udeimtir" 
^ Mr, Jetiy LgNrti, Ihe Na 
Oi^lW^ qmm, Mr. _ 
L. Bak«r. «tr local Preiidnt 
VaMitast.«iMma lor 
X^irtie|%aadj^iaaK4i 
hsr aM»«Mi «Nr 

tohe^ find a cut« fior tiite' 
V6tg and ««adl^. ifhidkn.' 



SHIP UUWIHIB MOpi¥ 



ic 



nctured wMi Ihe sirftly cushtoned rocking chair whidi was dmiated 
to the eUMien's ward are (Idt to right) Mrs. Virginia Burtoa, chair- 
man of Ways md Means d the Ftorence Nightingale brandi; Mrs. 
C. U. WaUdey. [msident el the AozOiMT to the G«ieral Hosirital of 
Vtafbla Beach: a^ Mrs. Flmeace BI7. presidait d FlM-aice Nl|^^ 
tagate brandi. (staff ]dioto by Padridi). 

Rocking Chair Donated 



1 

NOHB^LK - a hew hydrografih- 
survey v^sd, the McAf^, 
was launched k<Miday at Norfc^ 

The Vf$4otit, 9B5-ton vessel was 
effiistructed ^ tl» NoMe S^ 
buikhng aad 0rydock C(»poratidn 
for tte Coast aixi geodetic &irvey 
ah a^ocy of die iSepartmeot's En- 
viromnental Sciente Service Adt 
mhiistratton^ the laundiing cts^ 
mmy tack place 11 a.m., at the 
BeiUey Plant 

The McArthur, d^gned to chart 
U. S. coastal waters for safe aav> 
iption. is the first of two idoitlcd 
ships to be built at the ^j^ards. 
Ked-layhig ceremoni^ will be hdU 
Nov. 22 for ttie second, the David- 
son. OvK^ cost of the two vMsdi 
is |4,M7,324. They are bemg ixuk 
under supervision of the Maritima 
Administration. 

The McArthur will be named 
after Lt. William P. McArthur. a 
C&GS cammissioned offk^r who 
conducted the fir^ ma^r sur^^ 
of the Pacific Co«t in tiie 18«>'s. 
The Davidson is being named tor 
George Davidson, a 1^ Centui? 
C&GS geodesist, geogra{^r and 
astronomer sometimes r^erred to 
"ti^ father of Pacific Oocuk 



rewy or usmnisrcv 
istratoi, was the principi^ 
ar alllia iMndtiw. lAi:: 
Bomett, a rerident of 
On., and great gnMWrtaijhttr 
Me^rthuTi chriatsMdthti 
ide(^ ywy McArUair of ] 
\ras libid d Honor. Beir 
J^aes C. T^on, Jr., 
CACHS. represented tii^' 
mental Sdence Services 
tr^Uoa. 

Tile keel of the McArthur 
laid J^ U. vm, and the 
is sdiadAi (or 

August IM. It wffl b« 
wtth siraeiaUaed depth 
and u^sdaStaiilanBi 
hiAof 

nKi^pjsnea lor unnganoii m 
iml wU he propeQed t^ ~ 
*i^lsi^, i^h twhi-scxvw, 
tik^^^fk jrapiOers. V» 
wffl hinfe accommodaOons 
sfflcairt ahtf oMw. flw 
a^ hma Ibaitod 
facfli^ ^ current aad 
diomiBms and -water and 
'fto» 



»SL 



vmomiA BEACH - The new- 
est branch of the Auxiliary to ths 
Generd Hospital of Vir^ia Be^ch 
s the Florence Ni^tingale unit 
whith was formed little ova- a 
month ago. 

The more than fifty men*?rs 
have been busily aigaged m mak- 
ing life more pleasant for the pa- 
tients m ^ cWWren's ward. FeM; 
bean b£^ have beai made for toys 
and many otiax aewwg items are 
in tiie {socMS of enopietkn to be 
d(»atod to the hoq^tal. 

^lantng to give utatever mi^ 



be needed the most, th3 n 
branch asked for su^e^ions an 
"a ro<*ing diair" was the immed 
ate response. , The 'tender lovin; 
care' so essential to the recover 
and security of children ui a hor 
pital has been foiaid to be link:^ 
closely with the warmtti of bain 
held while gently rockta^. 

Now that service has been made 
available to the little pati^its b^ 
tile tiKH^itful gift of the Florewi 
Ni^tingale brauKh of the Auxihari 
to the Goieral Ho^itM of Vk^nie 
B^ch. Apd ito cushkms seldom get 
cold! 





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STRONG .^,^_ 
COMMUNITIES 






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MECH 6»0¥S 
ME-ni^lSt GNUMM I 

Princen Am« ' 

Ray R. Jwrl rt w i , ^Mi«r 
:00 ».itt.'--ChwA 8eh»ol 
:U •«.— MoniBc WtmUp 

nuSciTlS^Mf 

METHODIST iSmM 
Qrtt He«k B«M^ 

;45aA. — ChurA Sekool 
:00 ».».— MonitBy WonUp 

SCOTT MBMWIiAI. 
METHODIST eHimCH 

409 Fint Colonial Road 
R«v. H. Wwk C«ffrr, Faflor 

8:30 $„m.—Uot^ig ¥f»n^ 
>;46am.-^hnrai fJchMl , 
ll:00«.m.— MonitBC Worahip 
7 :30 p.m.r£Youtlb r«Bo«riup 

HAYGOOD MEMORIAL 
METHODIST CHURCH 

4718 Haygood Read 
Rdbort F. MTU. ^""^ 

9 :46 a.r4, — Church School 
1 1 :(W » m. — Morning Worship 

HAYGOOD METHODIST 
CHURCH 

8149 Bayihore Road 
8:80a.in., 9:45 a.m. and 11.00 
a.m.— Worsliip Sorvlcea 
9:4fia]n.— Cliorch Schoolfor 

aU act groapt _, t . . 

lliOOajo.— Swsood *«on of 

Chnreh School for Children 

athroui^ 7th grafe and 
Bits. * 

7H>0p.m. — Methodist YouUi 
Fellowship for young people 
7th, 8th and 9th gfMtes tn 
Junior High Qw»up and lOth 
nule up for Senior Group, 
mda welcomed. 

KNOTTS ISLAND 
METHODIST CHURCH 

KAOtte laland. N.C 
Rebert C. BUek. Miaiater 

10:00 a.m. — Sunday School 

I i :09ium.^Worahip Sm^L 

BAYLAKE METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Shore Dr. at TrMaure Island 

Drive in Bayiide 
Rayneml E. Mmmt, MialitM 
8:80 ft ll:Oqa.m. — Worship 

Service „ ^ , 

9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 

CHARITY METHODIST 
/4 CHURCH 

^ Back Bay, Virginia 

Leslie £. Grace, tainirter 

10 :00 a.m.— Church School 

I I tOO a.n.^ — Morning Worship 

SALSM iGrrHODIST 

cmmcH 

Prlndeaa Ai»e, Virginia 
Eaaery S. Elbsoi-e, Mtawter 

10:00.a.Bi. — Morning Worship 
ll;00a.m. — Church School 
TiSOpA. — YouUi Fellowship 

COMIiUNITY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Aeredale — Kempsville 
Krr. J«h» L. KiWer, Jr. 

9:46 a.m. — Church School 
ll:9«aJtt.— Morning Worship 

7:a0pjn. — Youth Fellowship 

LYNNHAVEN METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Little Neek Road 
R«v. OMsar V. Rodrit««» 

i©^».m.— Church School 
II :$9fuitt— Morning Worshi| 

LeKI^~Mi^ODIST 

CHURCH 

6660 YiifinU B«ch Blvd. 

Rat. C. KatM Grav 

8:30 a.m.— Ear^ Worship 

Service . , 

9:46 a.m.— Oiurch School 

llK)Oajn.— Lata Wenhip 

Service 

iiOO p.m.— Youth Pellowihip 

BETHEL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
Roy R. Jackp^isr ^^^ ,., 
10 :00 a.m. — Momtaf „WMfhip 
11:00 a.m.— Ch«|dl Sebo^ 

PLAZA METHODIST 
CHURCH 

208 Plaia Trail 

HerlMrt G. iMA^v,"!*^ 

»:46ajn.— Chiir^ School 
II sOO ».m— WonMp Servw. 
7:00pjn.— Yoi^ FeUowiMp 

ARAGON A BAPTIST 
CHURCM 

Now Meeting In LoaUe 
Luxford Slemantary School 

N. C CUftm, W^, 
9.48a.m.--Sun4ay Beho<k\ 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
6:80 p.m. — I^rahiing Union 
7 :80 pm.-^Evening Worship 
7:80 p.m.— Wed. Prayer 
Meeting 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

85th St. at Holly Rd. 
H. Wadell Watw-*, Pe«tor 

9s30a.m.^ — Sunday School 
I J^ am.- -Morning Wwship 

I slip.*. — Training Union 
■ f :^ pj».-wEvening Servi^ 
■vM&» ftKirices 30 min. later 
"Igr l i-Sept. 15. 

MIMNO METHODIST 
CHURCH 

WiMS^i Ann«. ViMfinia 
JgmMf m SHoiore, Minister 
l#:liMIM- Church School 
II ;ii MM-4ioraing ^Worship 

f,i^tHJ.fp EPISCOPAL) 
r^^^URCH 

46M» #^2f - '««-'"'" 




Tht atlAs is quite an armful. Chip lud a time 
Urging it down off the shelf, but he wanted, once 
again, to look 1^ acme of the fascinating pictures. 

He's a small boy for such a big bode. Maybe he 
^besn't understand aU of it. But it whets his curi- 
oetty, and the curiosity of a snuUl boy is truly 
bisatiable. 

Evin u Chip gtoii^irt^eplctarw, questiorar 
wn racing through hla mind. And to whom will he 
luidress these questions? To yett/ 

When youngsteni ask qu^ions, it Is up to us, 
supposedly "grownup" and therefore wiser, to try 
to give them the right answers. In Ais day of some- 
times dubious and changing valo^, that isn't always 
easy. We mmrt first make sur^e that we have tlM 
trm basic utiiwers ourselves. There is no surer 
way of doing this than by arming ourselves with 
the faifli and wisdom found in tiie Ho^ Scriptures 
and in our churches. 

ItM JUar^iefM*Aw Sntah Sk, SkwMa 1^ 



7:80 p.m.— Evt^if Swrke 
PublUs la invited. 

ST. AlDAH-S „ 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

King's Grant Road 

A Ediaburg Drive 

Phone «40-l780 

R,T. L. J. Tajrler, Jr., VIear 

i0t09 a.m.— Bfoly Communion 

(first and third Spdayi) 
Morning Prayer, 2ad And 4th 

Sundays 
Church School (eoncT»r»t 
mUi services) 

ST. NICHOLAS 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

644 ittle Neck Ed. 
Phone 340-7231 
R^. ThoBM M. Semmen 
inday Maiias — 8'J^, 9 :aiU . 
10:45, and 12 Noon in the 
Church; 11:00 in Princes* 
Theatre, 3177 Virginia Beach 
Blvd. ' 
Confessions — Saturday 4-6 p.m. 
and 7-8 p.m. 

MOUNT OLIVE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

L. Werren Chm««, PMtof 

9:30 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worriiip 
7:30 p.m. — ^Evaning Worship 

CARROW' 

BAPTIST CHURBl 

R«v. G*ry B. Tho*»iMl 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship Servloe 
E :46 .m. — Vesper Service 
6 :30 p.m.— TrtiniM Union 
7 :30 p.m. — Evangemtic 
Servica -i^^ -^ 

KALA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

Creeds, Virginia Beach, Va. 
W. T. Weaver, MiBiater 

10:00 a.m. — Bible School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Mofrtiing WwrshU* 
6:45 p.m— Youth Program 
7:30 pm — Evening Worship 

» 

CHURCH OF CHRIST 

1400 Va. Beach Blvd. Oceaar- 
Roy N. WiUoB, Miaitter 

10:00 a.m.— Bible Study 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning WorsMn 
7 :00 p.m. — Evening Worrfuffr 

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST 
SCIENTIST 

209 - 20th Street 
9:30 ajn—SiiBday School 
11 :00 am —Church Serviet 
8 :00 p.m. — Wedneaday t^ 
Service * 



PLOWW 

HB»BrT HAMBl HMSt 
piMiME dss-sras 



MURD^ DRUO CO., Inc. 

Pnmyl - EffWeal PrewrfpHe* Servlee 
PhoM MMlll J««4 Va. BaMh WvA 



FRBl DBLIVEllT 



OCEANA CURI MARKET 

VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. AT OCEANA 

Coimtry Cured Baeoa, Haaw 4 Jh^^B 
Fnah Fruits, VegitaMsi, 
i Groceries 4 HeaU 



W. A. WOOD, Inc. 

CMunisdea A^al 
Hsmble 00 4 Refiaing Ca. 
Fnal oa and Keroaeat \ 
. Dial GAS-SS8S 



M^piiiiiiii 



HtRSCHLOt 

SALB-4MecM groop o( men's riioea taMhidtaig 
beth plain and wtag tip grain esferd. 
! _ _l^ HJS-Reg. mm ■ ■ ;-; 

Arafoae btK^plng Center 

WSm Virginia Beaeji Blvd., 4974)Stt 



^ _ fK£SBYTERIAN CHURCH 



11:00 ajn.— Holy CoMnuBion and 
Sermon (First Suaday) 

11:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer and 
Sermon (2nd, 3rd. and 4th Sun- 

fM ajn.-aiurch School (Sep- 
tonber^une) (Nursery tbrou^ 

Adults) 
10:00 a.m.-Week Day— Holy Com- 

mmtm 
10:50 a.m.-11nirsdayft-LayiBg 00 

ofHandi 



Peai K. Aiancli. rattor 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
10:46 a.m.— Morning, Wondiip 



TE»«>L£ EMANUEL 

26th and Baltic, Va. Beach 
Philip PiacM, Rabbi 

7:80 a.m.— Services Mon.-rri. 
8:16 p.m. — ^Friday^Sabbatb , 

Servicea . ^ ^ 

10:00 am. — Saturday Sabbaith 

ScFvicQ ' 
8 :00 a.m. — Services Sunday 



OLD DONATION 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

449 Witch Dock Ro«d, Baywda 
8 :00 a.m.- -Holy Conmonnion 
(Excei^ duriftg rector's v*- 
ci^n) ^ 

lOK)Oam.— MonOng P»y«' 
and Sermon (Holy Com- 
munion on firrt SuniUy of 
M£h month.) 

EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHUftCH 

238 Bowman Bond 
R«v. OMries R. MaCWey, 
8:00 a.m.— Holy Comaittwon 
10:00 a.m.— &oly ComnuaM»n 

(Ut 4 «rd 8w4»yL 
10:i#».m.— MowiBf rtmya 

(lad 4 4th Sunday) 
ChurtA School foUowi the 
10:09 a.m. Service. 
Nw^icry service la availiSM. ■ 

EASTERN SW^i" CHAPEL 

B. SiAiay MwtMr*. Ree^r 

8;0« a.m.AH^r Communion 
9 :00 a.m.--FMttly Service 
ai^ Hwm^ P»yfr 
(^ Bi ^ 
mvnion) . , „ 

nm a to.— Morning /mtr, 
aennoB (1st Sunday H0I2 
Communion) 



9:30 a.m. — Church School 
Rosemont Road & Plaza Trai' 
Wests J. Miller. Miniater 

9 :45 a.m. — Sunda> ocUool 
1 1 :00 a.pi. — Church Service 



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STAR OF THE SEA 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

14th St. & Arctic Circle 
Rev. Francia V. Bambrick 

MASSES 
Winter— 8:00, 9:30, 11:00, 

12:15 . ^ ^ 

Summer — (June 1-Labor Day) 

7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 

11:00, 12:00 
Holy Days— 6:00, 7:00, 9:00 

and 6:30 p.m. 
Weekday, winter — 6:30, 8:45 

Summer, 8:45 a.m. only 
Confessions — 4:00 to 5:00 and 

7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Saturday 

ST. MATTHEW'S 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

1010 Sandra Lane, Va. Beach 
father' OHara. Fathar Findlay 

iummer Hassei — 7:30. 9:00, 
* 10:30 and 12:00 
Confession each Saturday 4:00 
to 6:00 and 7:00 to 8:00 

OCEANA CHURCH 
(^ THE NAZARENE 

^. Co^rt 9o««# Bd., Ocean* 



EMANUAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

Lynn Shores Drive at Va. Bch. 
Keanetk A. Price, Pastor 
9:10 a.m. — Sunday Church 

10:30 a.m. — Worship Service 
(nursery provided) 
6:30 p.m.— Luther League 

EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH CN" THE 
GOOD SHEPHERD 

1489 Laskin Road 
R^. Dl^on W. Taylor 

8:IMa.U. — Worship 
9:M a.». — Church School 
lliWWB—Worship 

(Manary provided) 
6:80 ^B. — Luther Leagn* 

OUR SAVIOUR'S 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Baylake Pines, Bayside 
Kenelb R. Carbaofh, Paator 

8: IS a.m.— Wor^ip Service , 
9:49 iJBL-Church School 
11:99 a.m.— Worship Service 
(NuTicry provided) 

PRINCE OF PEACE 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(Muwoi^ri Synod) 

424 Kings Grant Road 

Wmw. L Elmer Medley, Paator 

8:00 a.m. — Divine Worship 
9 : 1 5 a. m . — Sunday School 
and Bible Class. 
10:30 a.m.— Divine Worship 
Holy Communion — Ist and 3rd 
Sunday. 

KINGS GRANT 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

(Now meeting in the Kin^s 

Grant Elementary School) 

Raymond C. FUttoa, Paator 

9 :60 a.m. — Sunday School 
11 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 



LYNNHAVEN 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Village 
R«T. Marioa R. 'Webb, Jr. 

9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning WMrahip 
6:30 p.m.— Youti Felloirahip 
6 :3d p.m. — Pioneer Fellowship 
7:30^p.m. — Evemng Wordjip 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 ArMona Boulevard 
M. Bland Dadloy. MiaUter 
8 :30 a.m. — Worship 4 Church 
School 

9:30 a.m. — Worship 4 Church 
School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship 4 Ch«rph 
School 



^OCEAN PARK 
COMMUNITY CHURCH 

DuPont Circle, Bayside, VlK 
Paul E. McCiUloegb. TI "~ 

9:46 a.m.— Bible School 
11 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m.— Family Ni^t 
Service 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Pacific Ave. at 3«^th St. 
John 5. Lylea, Paator 
Mr. WOUam D. Raiidl 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
Nursery Service Provided 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

First St., Glenrock, Norfolk 
E. Crowell CooUy^ Paator 
9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 am. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m. — What-Nots 

Fellowship" 

6 :30 p.m. — PioMor Fdlowifeip 
6 :30 p.m. — Young Paople's 

Fellowship 



BAYSIDE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Near Robbins Comer 
Rev. J. E. Johnaon, Paator 

9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
11 :00 am — Morning Worship 

THALIA TRINITY 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

480 Thalia R(^o 
Shtoey D. Oane. MhUsier 
9 :80 a.m. — Morning Worship 
10:46aj».<~Church School 

BOW CREiK 



CHURCH OF GOD 

620 14th Street ' 
Bobby H. Sarna, Paator 

9 :45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — ^Ev^ng Worship 



ASSEMBLY OF GOD 

Virginia Beach Boulevard 

East Lane — Oceana 
Rav. Samuel* D. Boiler, Jr. 

9:45 a.rtj.^— Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Evan^^ustie 
Service 



VIRGINIA BEACH 
COMMUNITY CHAPEL 

Laskin Rd., Linkhom Bay 
tov. Richard Woodward, Paator 

9:45ajn.-rSunday Schod 
ilrOO a.m. — Morning Worship 
i 1:30 a jn.— Children's Church 

8 ;00 p.m. — Evening Service 

SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN 

CHURCH 

111 Lobough Ave., 

Bellamy Manor 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

Rev. J. Frederick Pariier 

9 :46 a.m. — Sunday School 

11:00 a.m. — Morning WonAiip 

11:80 a.m. — Childfrena Church 

7 :80 p.m. — Evening Service 

LYNNHAVEN COLONY 
UNITED CHURCH 
(CeagrofatioBal Chriatian) 
Qt%sA J^K Rd. near Shore Dr. 
Tk« Rev. Tbo. H. Brittoa 
9:46 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Wonhip 
7 :30 p.m. — Pilgrim 
Fellowship 
Nursery for small chUdren 

PEMBllOKE MANOR 
UNITED OIURCH of CHRIST 
(CoDfrogatiinnal Chrtaliaa) 

Meetings in Pembroke Manor 
Elementary School 
Rev. Carl T. Daye 
9:39 aim. — Church School 
10 :30 a.p. — Worship 

Nursery at all ' servicea 

FRIENDS MEETING 
(Quaker) 
Laskin Road 
9 :4a a.mk mrqip RnMH 
1 1 M a.m.— ^llMtGig im 
Morning Worrf^ 

ST. MARK AJiiTcHUiai 

Oeaana 
Rev. 0. P. WAmm, J^Mtar 

9 :30 a.m.— SwBday Se^B^ 
11:00 a.m.— Worriup SarviM 



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15th St. and Baltle Ave. 

Elwood Kern, parter 



PRINCESS ANNE FREEWILL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

1415 Oceana Blvd. 
H mile past Oceana Air ^a. 
on rig^tt 
T. J. Tingle, Paator 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday School 
lltQOa.m. — Worshwj Service 
6:30p.z«.— 6i|>le Study 



DIAMOND SPftlM» 
CHRISTIAN &MBm 

Dfeciplea of Chr^ 
6700 W. Haden EMd 
G. Darid Shreevoa, pMler 
8.4Ra.m.^Wordi^ S«Myee 
9:46 a.m. — Sunday S^te<rf 
11:00 a.m.— Worship ierrioa 
i :80 p.m. — ^Yonth Gro«|« 

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9:46a.a. — Wenliip Smtviim 
9:46 a.m.— <Sndar Seheel 
11 :00 a.m. — W(^itfp fevfea 

WYCLIFFE PRESBYTiRIAN 
CHURCH 

John B. Dey Elem. School 
J. SkaBtoyt Maim. P>rtof 

10:00 a.m. — ^IConUnc Woxahip 
U :15 «jn. — Chwch School 



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3333 Virginia Beach Blvd. at Princess Anne Plaza 
' 4864 Shell Road at Bayside 

4920 Virginia Beach Blvd. at Aragona Village 
2422 Princess Anne Road at Courthouse 
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No. 8 Selden Arcade - Norfolk 

Open Monday tlu-ough Friday, 9 A.M. to 1 PJI^— Friday aftemo<m - 4 to 7 P.M. 



FOLIllES, FUN PLUS! 



"Sawdust SUli»." ihiM-ytar'n 
atmtit UUtm ptmiteA by the 
Virgiai« BeJK^ftifli^is Anm Jun- 
m WoRuun's Qub \asi weekend at 
the Civk C^^ va plainly not 
silly. Dir^^ by Joe Landis, also 
the chorac^rapher, it was an eve- 
P ^M q{ nn>OTiflf)lifii mirtiN, si*^ 
sfditUng laui^M* and blglily so- 
phis^atw! costuming. 

Hie micT^one was tuned slight- 
ly too Imid on FYiday night. I^- 
(Us, gulping ice water in the lobby 
durii^ Mermission ronarksd, 
"How In the world can I know 
how loud the mike is when I am 
practkaUy s^Ung wi the druip try- 
tag to d^^ from the middle of 
tf» band!" True — a harrassed 
^'oui^ man, he did a great j^. 

TTie orchestra was Russdl 
Httue*s fdi^ing for dancin|g plea- 
mire t^cre and after the two-lKHir 
floOT risow. Mary Jane Utley was 
r^arsal pianist. Oceana Beauty 
Sdiool did the hairstyling and 
Merle Normal Cosmetic Sti^io 
fu rnigh ed the ma^;i^. 

ESJteen Chri^ian was chairman 
<tf tiw ci^>aret and with h^ co- 
chairman Millie McGuire headed 
op the large committee. 

All scenes, thirteen in all. csbj- 
not be descrtt)ed, but "Hittir^ the 
Sawdust Trail" (the thane and ac- 



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Virginia Beach SUN, THur^lay, November 18, 1%5 




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tian kK* pli^ Mi awl ouUiAe the 
e^ TeiiiJ with Jo Kellam and har 
Ked Hot Manns <paA prtsUfents 
and officers df te senior club) 
brought down the Iwuse ringing 
*i'm Gonna Cha^ My Way of 
Living." Jfr airf her hot mama 
dmm had the male acdirace wotf 
whistling and practically on the 
stage with them! The Red Hot 
Mama<^ were Cdia Mawtas, Thel- 
rna Brennan, Agnes Aldricb, Lu- 
cille Clark, Gladys DavenpMt, May 
Bwry and Mary Zill. 

Ringmaiter Clark GravM held 
tJ-.e show together. Hie Caavas 
Cities, an all male diorus, singing 
"Tenderly H We Must," was a 
scream, with costunaes popping and 
joss of wigs . . , 

Shirley Fcntrcs was better than 
Judy Garland singing "Rock-a- 
Bye My Baby"; Rita Potter groind 
out "Won't You Come Home. Bill 
Bailey," and Pat Gamage made 
ni^t life worth living in her slinky 
phik satin and large feather hat 
as she rendered "Making Woapee." 

Xs^JInpmy Duranle would saF- 
"What guys ^d gals, what a 
cause, what ' an evening!" W 
course, we didn't win a door prize 
—but, still What Aa Evening! 

Douglas Arsoid Baraea 



PUPPET SHOW 



VIROINL\ BEiVCH - "The 
Magic Sneeze." a deUghtfiri iHippat 
show, will be performed by tha 
piq^teers from Junior League o' 
Norfolk at Frioids School, Laskin 
road., on Saturday, NovenAer 7Q 
at 2 p.m. _ _ - 

Tt.e show will be open to the pub- 
lic and is geared for children ages 
four tlirough eleven. 

Entrance fee will be one toy per 
child, in good condition, to be used 
in a toy sale by the Juniw l^s^ 
' "Ririft Stop. ^ '" ' 

TTw Toy Sale will be^ Decem- 
ber 2 at tiie Junior League Tlirift 
Shop, 1910 Granby street iii Nor- 
folk. Vae prolHs go badi into ttie 
OMnmunify. IX-Zll^^ 




MemlM!rs <rf The Prte^m Anae Jaycees (feft to right) Joe Buck. C. E. Harrii, Jim LauM^. ami 
Atkins dtoeoM (riasa fer flie upcoming Virginia Beach Jr. Miss Pageaat. The Pagerat wffl he MA 
Prineea Aam High Sch«>l. Nev. 27, 1S6S, Contestants are High School seates fnm the el^'s ^ 
scho<ris and (he wtaa- wfll reoehre a cash Scholarship Award. 



VOCALISTS MAY JOIN 



CIVIC CHORUS 





KEMPSVILLE — Revival is be- 
ing heW this week through Novem- 
ber 21 at K^npsville Baptist 
Church. 5204 Princess Anne Itoad. 
Sirvices are 7:30 p.m. 

A nursery is provkkd. AU 
church membei:s, guests and visi- 
I tors are welcemed. 



AMPU 



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PARKING 



NORFCiLK-An "Evening at the 
Opera" will be the January 17 
presentation of the Norfolk Civic 
Chorus and the Norfol S3«n{^ony 
Orchestra, it has been announced 
by director of music, Edgar 
Schenkman. 

In a personal interview, Sdioik- 
man, v/ho will conduct the pro- 
duction, was enthusiastic about the 
decision to presoit this program 
for the third in the Symphony As- 
sociation's Season of six concerts. 

'"The entire program wiU be 
drawn frwn the operatic reper- 
toire," he said. "The Civic Chorus 
will ang po{Milar choruses frwn 
bvortte operas. There will be or- 
diestral overture, ballet music, 
interludes, etc. Arias will be pre- 
sented by ttie four soloists who 
will lead each section of the chor- 
us." he continued. "Ncrthing like it 
has beoi presented in Norfolk at 
least within the past two decades." 
"A reorganization of the Ch(Nrus 
into f(Mir sections, each to be led 
^permanently by a local profession- 
al soloist will do much to strength- 
en the gCDup which is now hard at 
work <m the January presentatbn," 
be added, -rr^ - 

water area are invited to Jobi tibe 
Qiorus. There ire vacancies in 
both men's and wtmien's 9ecti<»is. 
Adults of all ages and inta-ested 
high school students, college stu- 
(tents, and military personnel are 
a part of the group. 

Chorus presklent, Commander 
Keith D. Lawrence, USN, a dy- 
namic leadei', said the membership 
aim for the Civic groiqy is 150 



voices. Those interested may join 
by attending any r^earsal at 8 
p.m. on Monday nights, at 01^ 
Shdom T«nple Social Hail, Red- 
gate Avemie near Stockley Gar- 
dens. 

Ihe Civic Chorus also will ap- 
pear with the Norfolk Syn^^Mmy 
in the final concert of the seawm, 
April K. 




Thanksgiving 
eift Funi -- 



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3 Shows DaUy 1:00, 3:00. 5:00 

Starts Sunday— November 21— Fhst JSAowfaig 7:00 P.M. 





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FOBt ONE DAY ONLY — WED., itoV. 24 

Henry Fwda — Audrey Heptmr^ — Leo Telstoy's 

Md Ferrer — Herl^rt Lom — 'War and Peace"— Odor 

De WorM ¥9m Enrichment Series — Admission $1.00 

Enjey Year Turkey — Tbm SUk (hi Ihanksgivii^ 

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PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA - 
Plaza churces (dan a Uidtm 
Thankspving Eve Service Wednes- 
day. Nov. 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the 
Princess Anne I^axa Bafrtist 
Church, 245 S. Rosonont Rd. 

The sendee wiU be sponsored by 
the following churches of the area: 
Bow Cre^ Presbyterian, nrincess 
Anne Plaza Method^, Princess 
Anne Plaza Baf^t and St Fran- 
cis Episct^. 

The Rev. Herbert Q. Jkki» oi 
f the P. A. P. Metho^rt OukA «€ 
he the {8«adi«'. The Rev. Meitta 
J. Hu^es, P. A. P Baptist and 
the Rev dayton E. (digger, ist. 
Francis Episcopal, wfll participate 
in the servi(». Mudc will be by 
the P. A. P. Baptist Choir. 

The offs-ing at this service has 
been designated to tiie Windsor 
Wood Brandi L&rary. 

All persons in the area are cot- 
dially invited to atteid. 



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VIBGBiM SMCH-'llae^ If4 
Manus, nOtt aad TV penonHtt 
at WaVy. has the male Ind ■ 
Virginia Beadi Uttle Hna h iJ 
sec<»id produetioB el te^yawT«» 
lent Ni^, LoDsly Nl^'* 

A native of Ok^ioa, 
Mac gained hte acting 
at the University ci Maryland 
Gtt^ord CoOege. He haa takw I 
wiOi civic IbM^ fnxva h 
erai dtta nd \m pcrfoniMd i 
moAd ef itoductton (AKm ai ^ 



ly DruBttMod ii 
Wfaid" withPortsoaooth Ltttle f^ 
atre. Also ad lleKeever hi "^ 
Gokl Cadillac" with the 
^roup mdi last nsmwr was 1 
the "Sens Year Itdi" with 

McMmmis can be sea ^t&fi 
"Conqtm" «id hn haeo 
Deck Pappy" io ttk "^evf 
Show" for ^ past ^^ 
Tlds wai one of tbe ttai five 
on WAVY wlwB the s^lleo 
<» the idr in WSI. He Is alae 
the air in "Bluric wtth Mmt 
is modovtor of "live and 
a weddy rdi^oui paod diow. 

Mnried and the iath«> of 
diildrea. Mac asA Us wtEer 
make their home in 

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tow Hardhi Scho(ri of Mnile 
peeaeek a groq[> of stndo^ hi 
dtal at the stiidkia, SlSJtth 
on Sattoday, NovcndMr 20, at 7: 
p.m. 

The folkwh^ ahideolB tram 
piano dassea of &iitow 
and Charles Har^ yM 
piano wk}s: Tyler Osyle, Zoe 
anson, Elizabetti ^met, 
Shanncm, Burnett IhotApson, 
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Laynmi's Sundiqr Sdiod 
Virghda Beach Hattodj^ 
wffl repMl, 1^ pupwlM' ffl^B^l^ ^ 
aie4id dffialmas fihf tmad 
i^dwta MuldMni's teaout 
*il)e Qnat Gueat Obmta to." 

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AMsy Dr. ..;....... 

Aifanwe Cfr. Ie^ 

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AWca Ave 65 

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Booty La a 

B<»vw»tt» Rd • 

Bottino La rt.,», .,*.,*,... 88 

Boimty Rd. ..,...,.,>,„'.»,.. 56 
Bou^ Quaiien ;,..«,'......,.,. SS 

Bow Creek Blvd S 

Bowden Ave. 86 

Bowling Green Ct. A tKT. SB 

Bowman Rd 82 

Boyd Rd. ...; 88 

Braddock Ave. 56 

Bradston Rd 55 

Brady a 68 

ft-a^ Ct 54 

Branch Cir 54 

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Brierdiff Pt 86 

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BrMn ......«..«•«. 68 

Broad Bay Ckf, ,..».....<.:>%«. 54 
Broad Bay Rd. :^.;.V.v:.:V:... 51 

Bromfield Ave. k Couit 56 

Brodt Rd 1...^, ..,„,..... 54 

BrooWbridge Rd. 52 

BrooklyD Av^ 51 

Bruton Lane SI 

Ttitym La. 53 

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8anri)oo Lane 

BaHMdi Rd. 

Bai««rtoa Dr. A S. 

Barcekma (X & La S 

, Bm» Df .' 88 

Waklam SB 

SarMnh Oov« Bd ' 86 

Mm Rd. SB 

BMfy , 88 

Rartnr Place 58 

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Bea^ Ave. ...■ a 

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&ttery Rd 9 

BayD^AM. ?l 

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Bayaii»«I)r.,E.N.S 51 

Ba^ake M. S 

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BayvSe Rd S 

Rl^^ Rd i 51 

UtiloB La. .,. a 

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SMudcyslkive a 

iM^ilort Awi. S 

a^utfW* 53 

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Bae :............... .51 

:^ach • ., 51 

JWairCaiK 55 

l^^iam Rd. S3 

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Bui^ess^ La. ....;. a 

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Burma Rd. 

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60Q&e489 ».. a 

8B0M>ut a 

Burnt MiB Rd a 

Burroughs Ed a 

^ffton Dr "a 

Burton Statiiffi Rd a 

Bunei Rd a 

Buskey Lane 54 

Buttermrt Ave a 

Butt&Lane a 

Byrd La M 

^m Brae Dr. a 

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Qiddoan An^ k Tlim a 

Caddy Crt a 

Calvert 91 

Cametoa ....a 

Canal Rd 51 

Canary Dr. R 

Cai^veral Ct, B 

Cadfllewood Dr. a 

-CaabeCt. ^ a 

Canterbury Rd a 

Cape Henry Df. SL 

Capitol Hill U. ...-, SI 

Capot Rd ., a 

rr»rd'n?»l Rd 51 

Cwee Dr a 

CwtooR La a 

Camatwn Ave a 

Carnival La M 

CarolMoe Dr a 

Carolina Ave 51 

Carolyn Dr 51 

Caribbean Ave 51 

Carriage Hall Rd a 

Carrington Ave a 

Carver Ave 51 

Cassady Ave a 

Caspian Ave 51 

Castle Rd. M 

CataUna Am a 

Catherine Ct a 

CatonDr 64 

Cattayle Run a 

, Cavalier Dr. & La. SI 

Cayuga Ct. It Rd. a 

C«iar La a 

Cedar Bark Rd 54 

,C«lar Bridge Cir. & Rd a 

Cedar Grove Cir a 

fVdsir JMiTtt Dr 51 

CantflOBd 51 

Centa* Ave. M 

Cent«vUle Tnpk. 

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C«!tury Dr a 

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Clay Ave 

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CHevdaad 

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Clinton a. k SL 

ClffltwoodLa. .■ 

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QOM Ave. 

Clover ,.«...... 

Qvh House Or, Cl. Rd A S, 

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Coach Houaa CL ^4Lft 

CobblesttMK Dr 

Coconut La. 
Coki !^g Rd 

Coliss Ave 

Cotonel Cir 

Colonial Pkwy. k W. 

Coliat*ia Rd. 

CotenbiB 

C(KT«nandie Rd .«.. 

Compsas Cir ,.. 

CoiM^oga Rd 

Con^i'effi .....••..••< 

C<Hnde La. ., 

Conatitutitm a ft Dr. 

Consul Ave 

Cwrte K .. = ...TFt.... 

OMtinoital 

Cooper CSr. 4 
Copelands La. . 
(k^pertkM Rd. . 
Coral Gi^les (X 
Corel Key £ ft W. 

ComweU La 

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Cojnt Turf Rd. a 

Cmaitry Qub ( ^ ,,,,». t0^ .,i, 9 
Courttmise J^. .^....st .«,.,.•.•.. a 

Cove Rd «.f. 51 

Coventry Cir ft Rd. 

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Crabtree 
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CredleRd '.T^?.::::... 8 

Crepe Myrtle La SI 

Creatliiw Dr., N ft S ............ a 

CrisQeW Rd 8i 

CroatanRd SI 

CroninRd. 58 

Crodjy Rd a 

Crossett a 

Crown Point Lane a 

Crystal Dr., La ft <Pky M 

Crystal Lake Cir ft I^ SI 

QiUen Rd .'a 

CtthrwLa a 

Cumberlarrf Pkfwy a 

Onnmings Rd a 

Cunningham Rd a 

Curlew Dr, ft PI » 

CurUngRd » 

Curtis a. ft Dr » 

Custom a. ft St a 

cutty SarkRd .■'.*••■■ « 

Cypress Ave .i.*.!..,, 81 

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Dail^ Vr a 

Dale Dr. a 

Dam NeckRd » 

Daniel SniUi Rd, a 

Dare Dr SI 

Darnell Dr a 

Daton Rd « 

Dauphine La. a 

Davenport La 51 

Davis a 

Dawn Ave W 

Dawson Rd .51 

Daytona Dr a 

DettbomDr. M 

DMryLa 51 

D«:aUir Dr » 

Declaration Rd S 

Deerfie^diLa S 

De«: Park Dr a 

Deerwood Ct a 

De Ford Rd ffi 

DdLaura Cir ft La K 

Delaware Ave ; 51 

Delco Rd a 

Debnar Dr a 

Delraya. ftDr. a 

Denckttn tit 51 

Denna La .•. a 

Dermic Ave a 

Deryl La ■. a 

Detroiter Dr a 

Dianwnd l^rings Rd a 

Dlanne La a 

DUloBDr a 

Dinwiddle Cir. ft Rd a 

Dis«)vei7 Cir. ft Rd 51 

Ditchley Rd H 

Dlx Intel Rd 8 

Etoctor Dr ,.. a 

Dedge Dr a 

Dpdd Dr. a 

Dotwood Ct a 

Degwood Dr $i 

Rrily Madism La a 

Do^plvnBd V 91 

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TAKE nsn FMiw nnt pro'iia.i'mm t0 waivr sitnM 

It may not be f reedng weather, but R'l U^ ttsM to take tfle vtem- 
ury alepa to {voi^ your wirter system igaimt ttut cM. 

Your flrtt concern shouU be Ihe r»rotectfao of your pianp. wWcn, 
if it freezes, could burst and require ex^&idvt repairs, beddaa leav- 
ing yw widiMit wato'. 

I recommefld imfla^iog ttie pump bouse wift a #el waler-reria- 
tMt iBiidatkn noatoM I aiao attest vveather slrippiQi the door. 

li extremely cold weatter even well insulated {wn^ booa^ may 
not protect paH^e from freextog. llieii, you will need a snail heate- 
<M- iMat lamp. You ctti turn ttiese off and m nnaau^ aa ^w Med 
them, or you cMi save m etectricity by oxm^iting dwn to a ttwino- 
iUt. Adjust the ^lennoetat so Hie heat vi«l come on when Ifte teeipn-a- 
ture in tiM pump boose geto down to a d^rees. 

You may wrat io have two heat Unnpt bi your pump beuse, so ttat 
you'Q stdl han^ prMn^thm tf ooc bums out. 



_, ^ ,^ AtMjc Fuel 

iBuqr your pipet bitor the trmt tee in tbe^gtawd tn thpy Mittil -ji i h ^ " 

tree». ttis usually means two no two-and-a-half feet deq|>. V you dni't 
have ttMm this dnp, leave a fauc^ i»rtiy on durii^ the nj|^ to pre- 
vml freezii^. 

Here axt some oAm tipe— 

Ue automatic wMer troi^^ with thermostatkalfy controBed heat- 
ers to ^ninate tiie ice cbx^fpAng prtMon. 

Drain a {ripe Um if ymi're not going to ese K dtirti% tti 'v^iUr: 
this win {revolt its brce^. You can do Ma 1^ usiQg itop and waste 
codd Ua your cut-aS vahre to the siy^y line. 

B your wator liac to a buikfing Is e»powd to freeztog v^n it 
passes from (he ground tfaroi^ an opes spaee id tte AMI, |eu cm 
provicfe iNttectton. Run the pipe throt^j^ a Me d^ tMo (he grotmd 
FUl the tUe witfi insulatkai and sei4 it to hs^eut «Nif«. 

Instil £raal-pro(rf hydrants tdiere hose eaH||rlia^Ma#HHe or 
to nhaatod baildings. These drato when the ivAlr to MTet. 



RECORD MAKING COW 



biimtng..Tafii%. «^««s 
Compoond W, used aattvetad, 

i^Mrras ooiiuiM» wmrto »wy» 



PETEatBOROUOH, N. ft - A 
new record i^adng ei^t to milk 
producti(Hi ammg the 10 hi^iest 
of the Guernsey breed to her class 
has Just been cranid^ed by the 
regi^ered cow, BayvUte Billy 
Marlene, a Junim' tw) year old, 
ofwned uid l»^ l^ BayviDe Farmd 
Inc., Vir^nta Beadi. . ---- 

"Maitone" produced 17.0a 
poun& of nulk md 7a pounds of 
fat to die sa AtcfB on two ttoMs 
daily mflkii^. Marlene also re- 
ceived toe 1864 AU-American Three 
Best Females and the 1964 Hm- 
orshlB Mentien ^American Two 
Y^rs. 

T^ purriMned cow was tored 
for production. "Marlaie'' was 
classffied Voy Good oixx la type. 
Hw dam, Bayvffie Ro^ Uarkm, 
hoB records of lO.OSS' poomtoi oi 
nuft and 411 pounds d fat, mwie 
as a Junior four yeffl* oU, to the 
Dairy Herd'finfHwem^ R^toter, 
to the 3Q6-ZX dhrision; and SaO 
pcunds ai milk and ^ potmdi at 
fat, made ae a Junior tivee year- 
<^, to the Dairy Herd httf^ofe- 
m«it R^ter, to the 8a4X cbvi- 
sion. She also ton won tfie 1964 
AU-AnieriesB Ploduce, "ItaMe," 
was sired fay StsR^'s Place ^y, 
who ahw! tite wm Heoevabte Men- 
tion AU-An^(»n Sprier Get and 
the 19a Howsrabie Meatieo Aft- 
Amerieai Jwrior G^. 



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by Virginia Poiylecfanic bstitete,, 
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Z SWEET POTATOES 
» SPICEB PEACHES 
CRARBERRY SAUCE 
ALVHINIIM WRAP 
FRUIT COCKTAIL 
lABY FOODS 



Tozen FoorK 



SUCED TURKEY 



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aiviioiM 

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Aim* tTfiW^a, Pai««P 

t:t6 i.«.— W«MiV Sarvtea 
M:fOa.n^.-~-WoMii^ Sasvtoa 
ff:80 a 1(>:1& a.ak Swd^ 
Sehoal 
t-M p.rt.— tlTenli^ Swvica 

11:00 a 7:80 p.m 
Ston^et 

B:80a.ai.^-€widBpr Seltbat 
6:lSp.afi.— Tn^ioc Uaioii 

BEMcmjmi iAfrfsr 
c3m< 




Mb a ife* Ava. 
A coopara^iM S^rttem Baptot 

Cnureh 
Gaorga Waltatt. Jr. Mlabewr 

Pbona 4Si*n04 
»:4Qa.a.-«£toit4» 9%ool, 
ll:00a.in.-— Homftff S#rvfea 
6 :30 p.m. — Training Union 
7:80p.ni.^et«Biur Sorvfei 
7:80 p.m. — Wad. ftayer 
Service 



il:fOa.to. — Ifortting WonMp 
•stOpiia^^TMiaiiiit UniM 
7:S0pjii. — Evaniftc Woa^ 

raaawKi. BAmsr 

CHUaCN 

1m micasB, ViMdaia Saach 
t4i$ aeSANA KMAjriFAaD 

Air SKaMof «k r^^ 
T. J. "Atoi^lhi 

~S^ a.M>—SunSiy i 

l|:4»».ai.-^W«r^ 

7:S0 p.m. — S^auf 

s^MPsmu a^tfTisT 

718» %mfmmt So«d 
A. a* WMU^ Pa^av 
9:48 01^— Shittdff Sdool 
11 :M M»^l|nftiiqr wer^f 

TMAIJA LVim 
aAPTlST cmH^H 

Va. Baaeh Uvd. adloifkur 
Prfnaaas Ami* UkA 8^^ 

ft':tta.A.-4ffi7 MST^ 
lIHMajM— MonAur ^Wert|K» 



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•29 ffitt Catonttf Bo«| 

9rMa».-''4to]iiily Aela^ 
10:00a.iB.-*lfenitt« WdnMv 
6:8QpA. — ^Tratotus Vitos 
f:itfp:as.— KvMdag w^iAip 



FELLOVVMnP l^^tMV 



419 GJaaro^ ^a4 N(^<tt 
Rav. C3Ui^ T^ mi 



FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

6818 Va. Baach BlvdM Norfolk 
Frad H FariM, PmIm 

• :48«.to.— fdndlBr ienaof . 
11:60 an. — ^Momiif Wonl^ 

7:80 p.m. — Evanlnc Sarvicas 

GRACE aaETHREN 
CHURCH 

Ofaat Nawk at Hilltop 
A. Ha^itf XrHaftoB, PMter 

10:00 B.m.-^undav Sehooi 
11:00 a.m. — Worshli^ Sefviea 
7:80 p.m.— Evening Service 

mowt mJVE ^ 
toArrisf ctfui^if 

R«v. T. M. WaUMT, pMtor 
9:3aa.at.->>4;iKM^ Se^I 
tl:00a.m.— llolliWf WoraWp 
7 :30 p.m. — Evening Wordiip 



9:45a.m 
11:00 
7:80 p. 




jhool 

WOIBWP 



ST. (UtaeOilY TMR CRSAT 
CATHOUC CHUR^ ^ 

Terr ntgMk iuxt sivd. 

Rav. Flaviaa YaUaW, OJ.' 
Rav. Pawkal lUal» OA," 

X«Bsea-<^:80. t'M, 9i80, 

11:00 and 18:.^0 
Confeaaiona «ra on Sattirdiy 

7:80-8j80 



^W^^a> ^W^B^^^^B to^*" •^^^^»^P * 

10 :O0 a.m. — Sunday SdU»4 ^ 
11:00 a.n>— Morning Wanin 
"Sarving Ood and ^ C«to- 
mu^ty of Blackwatar Sliia 
W84"' ^^ 

TABERNACLE METHODItr 
CHURCH 

PrincoM Anna. Vixi^ida 
Robart H. GanMr* '" 
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OAK cmavw. saptist 

CHURCH 

B«dt Birr tiflgate' 

Atoh St. Cbdr» Fattor 

9 :46 a.m. — Church School 
ll:OOa.m.-*>lforai|Mr Worship 

BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Greenwea Bdr to jLi^viaw Dr. 

BayriA. t«. 

Rev. David Maora, Pastor 

9i4h*M4 — Sisid^ S^sal 

ll:6e^i.ffi.— IfcttrtiV wo^hlp 

7:46 p.m. — Evening Worahip 

ST. JO«*t BAPTIST 
CHlMt^ 

Priaean JM» C^ark Reuse 
Rav. Braea B. ^anttai, l^tar 
10:00 a.m. — Snhdajr School 
11 :00 a^^^Uwnl^ Worship 

6:00 p.m. — B.f.V. 

7:00 p.m.-^|;ira^^^Wordiip 



Vta^lA BEACH 
MEflimST CHURCH 

m • l8th ^raat 
Rav« Baaarif P^r 

8:80am^WtoMiip Sarvtaa 
Sonyner HamBia 
»!46 A-a.-- vMrch &hool 
ll:«Oa.ia.— Watohip Sandef 

fHA^ 
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Pine Ave. a 
Wtti«> L. 
9:4fa.te. ^, 




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Virginia Beach SUN, f^rsday^ Npvember 18, 1965 




tntfdu^ seemed to mxim tat^ 



ta^ the reeoil n* «f l«« ■« t*eJ«^ ■ I* pwfn«» '^ • «»*»• «* ""^^ ■«*• ™!:i" ^ 



kcMflt Jto W waaB o( the Prtoeew 
jMlaMt nan *«■ expected. Ilw 
wen Radio nmote nit, • " "* 
WmA, heaatiiBlfal «»■ 
i1nDqpt.ttd leviral 
hate a thtag to d« wtth Mtthig the 

tk«e ttaet Oat jAeraon wtth a 



read "HELP" 
group 



OB the way, 
of antes 



■ad wart ooo^ ^ 
from the Oyiter 



flM •dlaent «o the theater |>arldBg hii hroaght tha Ptaaa 



rigU^lB At fr«l doantep 



■— . hat, there waa jnat a UtMe tea miieh HBLP m the way! 



„„,.« extra help caa get out of hand. We Wled the theatr 
plctore that had played all over the area. I tore to da hoal 



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Norfolk Little Theatre 



NOitPCXiK — "Time Bemero- 
b^ed.'' by ^ Anouib. wiU op(fi 
fViday. Dec. 3 at the Norfdk little 
TkBrti% aad play for nine c«^n- 
uow p^mmsxxs through Satur- 
di^, Dec. U. 

Ai tiW locd Noifelk Uttk Hie- 
a||« presMtatkm. ntida- the direc- 
tte o( SUn f^d^Ryn-tliee Blair, 
P^«f ll«lnidt, and Susm wtt 
1^ ^ teee kadii^ rol« in thU 
Oaderdla st«ry with a French 
touch. SuMB EpiMa d Vbf^ 
Beach played the lead fai "Gl^" 
tte part HBBn^ at Stammer 
IteKb Miqp houae nlBo was in the 
Vli^^da B^idi lAtle Theatre pro- 
ductiim of "Stop 1^ World." 
O^en ta the call indude diartes 
Bdkgp. David Ibdtt^. ^ihn Wdls. 
Jaiii amdodc. SH Cbertolf , Demna 
F^^tti, JKm Wddb Md Jdn Han> 
codt, 

Lt (j.g.) Hn^ Inputs ttf the 
Tsh Stsrvkxa iepl, XJ.S. Naval 
iHtion te K»uc dedgner for this 
prote:!tJon. aad tkbeti TeMbmm, 
SM dan Vbetboffrnpim^s Mate, 
MAS. wll dedpi the li^ts and 
st£$e meiage. Property miatresB 
is Snowy Perkinson and Costaom 
cMgner k Nonwrn Goodnt^ As- 
^gtaiA to Uie Dbectar wiU be 
Krthy Fnd. 

8i^ adrajssiim s«rts are $2.80 
kUHs, |1.U ^doits. Esdra per: 
fnina»»i n% schedhitod tor New 
YeM^s Wednad, Wednesday tiiru 
Siluaii^. Dee. S»«tai. 1. 

Fmt tfiditlotal iitfffl-mation dbout 
ettn po^trmanc^, ben^its and 
*1doc" seating arrangements-4d- 
qphom the tHmto's ottks at tiie 
Nnfdk little Iteatre any day 
after 11 a. m. Hk tmrter: MA S- 
Ibe theatre's bocK-c^ce will 



open Monday, Nov. 27, and wiU 
he open daily ttirough Dec. ii 
from 3 p.m. on. 

The Norf(A Little Tlieabre is lo- 
cftted rt 801 ClarenMnt Ave. and 
can be earily readwd via Hamp- 
ton Bouleviffd (goh^ south toward 
dowotown); at h^ foUowing the 
new BrandbietaB Ave. Expressway 
to IUM|^ Aw. exit and the doors 
of the theatre. Curtain time each 
ni^: 8:30 duffp. ^ M , 



imer and MencO - James A 
Turaer, 12, student, Cbesape^te, 
and B^ Jane Merett. tt. no oc^ 
ee^Mtkn listed. PeJmyra. N. J 
— Joe Lou* 
is Dbtson, 27, USN, Norldlt and 
Faude Marie WUliama, S. dcrk- 
fy^ Vii^iria Beaeh, 

MUer and Ownbey - James E. 
Miller, 27, dafry operator, Virginia 
Beach and Qiarlene L. Ownbey, 
20, no occupattoo listed, Va. Beach. 

Uvas and Pory — Henry Lewis 
Uvip. Jr., 27. civil e^neer, 
Han^ton wd Ellen Reb^xa Per- 
ly, 22, studwit, yhrginia Beach. 

Krier and Keaton - Henry T. 
Krle*. IS, sUf^ii^ d^Mrtmeat, 
MassUlm, OUo and Margaret E. 
Kentoo, 24, regiat««d mffse, Can- 
to, <Mo. 

Stmie and Foontata — Hnraoe 
Esarl Stone, 36, Ac«)untairi; Detroit, 
Midilgan and Oarissa H. Fountain, 
28, nune, Vii^mia B«ich. 

TtmUl Md RdUnaon — Dwight 
T. Terrell, 21, assistant manager 
Virginia Beach and Carol A. Rob 
ii»oa, 18, no ocoqiaticm Usted. 
Virginia Beach. 



Hoase Plants 

Flowering plants and folia^ 
jOants make dKwraJUve accents 
that cfflrtiibate to the^wro (rf a 
home or apartonart. says Dr. P«d 
aneal. bortloilturist at Virginia 
Tech. TtrrTtrtr, .•* ^^ -f^Wi ■ ^ " 

HoiKe plants are svsiitAAe in a 
wide rai^e of ^nes with blooms of 
many cdors. leaves d various 
shades d green, and mmwrtjus 
^lapes imd texturra. Dialed 
separate or together, flowering 
and foliage plants will fit any type 
d ardiitecture or any penod of 
furnishing, says Smeal. 



FIBST It M^UDHANTS 
HkmmL BANK 
uWafiiOND. VWGOTA 
October 21. IMS. 

U^21-at 

omni(»«rwEALiH t^* vnioiNu 

la the Oerfc'a Offlee rf the Clf^ 
cntt Cosrt d tfie Oty d Virghiia 
Beaeh. ob the ISIh day d Novem- 

her, IMS. 

Older d PnbUcatioB 

LOWS M. CASGS, 

naom 

nrVCE L. CASON. 
Pfionilant 
' "Ae object dthtotuHii to obtain 

a div<Mroe a vincote matrini(mli 
from the said ddsKfaiH, upon the' 
gitNinds d wWhi Md unlawful de- 
Krtkm and daoodonmort for a 
p«-k)d d more thra we year. 

And an affidavit havii^ beei 
nrade and filed that the ddendMt 
is a non resufeM d the State of 
Virginia, and thiM due dHig«ice 
has beo) lued mi the pert d the 
coin>lainfflit to ascertain in what 
cowty or corporatwn the defen- 
V wSho* effect, fee ISl 
knoiwn po^ olDce addroM being; 
% John MoCoy. New U^. Vi^ 
gbda Beadi, Virata, it is iida:^ 
that she do appeer te"e witfjin ten 
iW) days dttf due pddk»tkn 
hered, and do what may be necee- 
iacy to prote^ her interest in Uils 
suit. 

A co|^— T^e: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit. DC. 
fine. Fine, L^pm. Sdiwan & Ftee 
Lafw BuikUag 
N<H<o», Vfr^ - 

11-184t 



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A eo|^— IMt: 

jow V. r^rrra^ oart 

By: J. Cwb FruK, D. C 
BrjNiges A Brutes 
SMLasktaBoad 
/irglnla Beach. Vtatfnia 

ll-«^ 



• iMALMMK 



INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE - RENTALS 



JARVIS;..KITCHIN 



231 VA. BEACH BLVD. 

Ertablished 1911 



6A 8-7755 



I^oits dioidd be grouped t^dh- 
«r to gata a drMnatic ^ect im- 
[x^ible when sin^ plairts are 
scattered about hdit^-dK^. A 
row^ d coImAjI flowerinf planw 
lined'^togetha' in a wtadow siU or 
near a wuidow is very dfective. 
They also may be grouped on the 
st^ d a 1^ ^aircase, «i a 
cart, on a tjUe, or in a plant 
hdd^. % '■ 

Says Wm^. "Ydu can ^sOy and 
quickly dramatize a picture win- 
dow oXdecorate an wtwatd cxxe- 
ner with Ug. handsone. and kmg- 
lasting foliage plants aich m ph»l- 
odendron pertusum, Itex b^nia, 
didfedwKiua, or schdftera. Select 
foliage i4ants In proper scale lo 
the room and to the location, m 
tiie room wha« tfwy are to hi 
displayed." 

According to the specialist, small 
foliage and flowering plants look 
best on small tdiles or in small 
areas. Lar^ plants are more ap- 
propriate in more spadous areas. 
As a rule, it's best to conoentrele 
house plants, either small or larg.?, 

a one area to achieve ^ coordi- 
lafcd decorative sd)«ne. 

Dry heat is the bane d aU house 
plants, so keep them away from 
radiaiors and otter beating units. 



OOMM(H«WEALTH Of VIKGINIA, 

IB the Clerk's OMce d the Cta-- 
eidl Cent flf the Oty of Vhglaia 
Beach, w the IMk day of Nwretn- 
ber. 19«. 

Older d PnUicatieB 

OHAiRiLBS E. S0WARD6, 
Plaintiff, 
against . ■ . ' • , . . 

ELLEN (MARIE SOWAOTS. 
Ddoidfflit. 

The object d this suit is to db- 
tain a divorce a vincdo mdri- 
nwnii frwn the said dden<fant, 
upm the ground d de^rticm and 
over two years separatkm. And an 
affidavtt havii^ beoi made and 
filed that the ddendaoA is a mat- 
reskient d the State d Virginia, 
tfie last known post dKke address 
being: 2314 Bnmdi AvoHie, S. E., 
Wadib^too, D. C, a is ordered 
<tiiat die do sppear ime within ten 
(10) days dter due pdblk^on 
hered, and do what may be neces- 
sary to iMt)tact her int^'ert ba this 
suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FEKTRESS, Ck^ 
iFine, Fine. L^om, Scbvran k fine 
Uw9uildiog 
Nbrf(^ Vu^ia 

114841 



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VIRGINIA BEACH 



KIWANIS CLUB 



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• LEGAL NOTlCiS 

NOTICE OF PROPOSED 

BANK MERGER 

Nrtlce is hereby given that ap- 
Jicirtion has been n^de to the 
>mptroiler d the Currency r 
>Va^iiigton 25, D. C, for his con- 
jsit to a merger of Boik d Vir- 
jiniS Beach, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
;ima* andFirst & Merchants Na- 
,ior»d Ba3f>B|thmond, Vii^nia. 

It is contemplated that all dfi- 
•es of the above-named banks will 
•ontiniK to be operated. 

Tills notice is i»i)lished persuant 
!> section 18 (c) d the Federal 



COMAiONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court d the Oty of Virginia 
Bwdi, on the ^ day d Novem- 
bd*,JlM5. 

Order d PobUcatloB 
JAMES ANTHONY POX, Plata- 
tlH. 

agatast 
LORRAINE KYLE FOX, De- 

foKbnt. 
The d)ject d this suit is to ob- 
toin a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the gnHuids of having livod 
separate and apart without cohab- 
itation and without interniptlon for 
two years next preceding the com- 
meiKH^ent of this suit. 

And an affidavit having tieen 
niade and filed that the ddendant 
is a n(m*resfa)ent d the State ol 
Virginia, the last known address 
being: 28!^ North Fwgeos, Tucson, 
Arizona, it is (urdered that she do 
appear here within ten (IJ) days 
after due publication hered, and 
do whiat may be necessary to pro- 
ject her interest in ttUs suit. . 
A copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 
By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
William H. Cdona, Jr., p.q. 
972 Laskin Ro»l 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

11-11 4t 



vnKHNU: 

In the aeries oBke d the Cit^ 
cult Court or the Cl^ d Virginia 
Beach w 4he 27th day d October, 

IMS. 

^ATE HIGHWAY COMIfflpCW- 
ER Cai" VIBGDOA, ^ 
Complatnifflt 

V. 

IN GBAltelY 
LOLA JANE MOW^N. C. M. 
MORGAN. mOMI M0W3AN. 
andO^ABQCE M0RGM4. 
453 BintaM^Boad 
Virginia Bsadi. Vh^lnl^ 
ood (fae Mirdi^ ^musm. K «^, 
next d Idn. hrirs at law, de- 
scendants (4, sad t& oflw par^ 
8(ms having an inters is tbt v^ 
mdns d ENOCH MORG^. 
BESSIE MORGAN, and d «y 
oth«r persons burled tt^tht jst* 
vate cero^ry known as 'Mor- 
gan Cemete^,'" kxatid near 
Moi^an's Lane, Vh-ginia Beach, 
Vlr^nia, the nannes d which 
persons being unknown, md are 
herd^ proceeded against as 
"Parties Unknown," 
Ddaidants. 

Ord^ Of PaMlc a tl M 
the object d thte sutt is for the 
contiiAatoant to d>tain pemdsskMi 
from the Orcuit Court d the Qty 
d Vh^a Beach to didnter^^ re- 
move and rdnter wtfe Aie c|tre 
and decency ttie remdns d Enoch 
Morg<», Bessie Morgon. and any 
other persons buried in the prirate 
cemetery known as the "^Morgan 
Cemetery," located near MorgM's 
Lane. Virginia Beach, Virgbria, 
sdd cem9ta7 b^ig shown on 
Sheet 508-15 d the plans for State 
Higbway Route 44. Project 0044- 
134-101. R-W 201, a copy d whid 
plan shed is a^Khed to the peti- 
tkm filed in this cause. 

The above parties are todty 
noti^ that the State Hl^way 
Commissk)nar d Vb-ginia will «i 
the 30th day d Nobend)er, IMS, 
at 9:00 a. m., or as aooa thoeafter 
as coun^.may be heard, Rwve 
the Judge d the Qrcuit Court d 
the City d Vta*ginia Beach, at the 
Courthouse thered, for an ordw 
pemdttlng die removal d said re- 
mains and Uie reintermoit d the 
same in a suitd)Ie repository. 

Affl^ndt having been made did 
the names and addresses d the 
surviving spouses, tf any, next d 
Un, heirs at law, desc^idads d, 
aad dl other peswos hlfving mi 
tat«>at in the remains d ttie per- 
saaf bia*ied to said private eone^ 
teiy, except the ddendants abo^ 
namisd, uee unknown, dto- due 
dil^noe on the p«t oifiie oom- 
^ahnnt to aseorti^ wfao tfaqr may 
be and hi wfad Coiaity or Cotpora* 
tJoi ihs^ or tmy d them may re- 
skte. all Without^ei^; it is OR- 
DERED that the above named pec- 
aom «^ ore or ntty be Intere^ 
in Ifae 8dl>jod matter d this OMise 
appe«* withfai ten days after pub- 
licatkm d Mb ordo: and do what 
is necessary to (Mided their In- 
terests. 

And it is FIMHSER OBiWSSD 
that this order be pd>Udied for 
four successive weeks in the "Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun," a newspaper 
published in the City d Virginia 
Beach, \^gida, and that a copy 
d this order be posted on the bul- 
letin board d the Circuit Court d 
the City d Viit^a Beach, Vir- 



FUiJS. mmm KEMP 
IU(»ARD tEUe. WALTSR 

mup, wmstt tmjfm. 

raWCE MOORE, FR^« HAR^ 
R^ WBUi fRANXLIN and 

omjA inAiaajN, 

mddaiv other persons biffl«J 
to tte pivite on^dy known 
as fee "Wa« C^BMtery." n^ 
KsRvsvUk. Virftala Beach, Vir- 
gtala, the names d wWdi persons 
except those n«ned dwve being 
udoMwn and are hordqr jMOceeded 
i^unst as "Ptt^es Unknown." 
Ddendasts. 

Order M PaUk^MM 
tte db^t d this suit is (or the 
ffHIfi il^iuuHt to obtain panusdon 
frtm fee Oreuit Court d the City 
d Vlq^ Beach to di^iter, rr 
move and reinter witfj due care 
and decency the rmiaiiis ai Itavkl 
Smife. Miary Smith, Henrietta 
Forbes, Rebecca S. Fort>es, Rose 
Smife PWkr, Prodigd DankJ Ful- 
ler. Marind Kenq>. RMd^ Um^, 
Walter Kemp. Itobert Bdton. 
Prtace Moore. Frank Harris. WiUis 
Franklin and Otelia Franklin, and 



p i^ALmw:^ 



SMMSA MOCMIE. 
HBJK M. FULLER. 
WAVfEB. rtftiJSR, 
JANE E. G(»»frO. 
DE^ANV T. GORNTO, 
md the awvlvlng spouMS, tf iny. 
next d Wn, heirs at law, <teeiead- 
«& of, and tf other persons 
havk^ an intered to the |Wop#r- 
ty to be cwMianned in tlose pro- 
ceedings, fflxi in the remaini of 
JEtmm MOORE, EUGENE 
MOORE, and of any other per- 
SMts bumd in the private eeme 
tery known as "Moero Ceme- 
tery," OB Parks Avenus, Virgir- 1 
ia Be«fe iVirginhi, the n^mes 
of w*kA peraoM being unknown, 
aiKi are hettby proceed 
ai fa^ M 'Tartly Udtn^n." 

Older d PubUeattai 

The d)jsct d this suit is for fee 
p^tioner to acquire by condemns- 
tfcm the fee simpte title, including 
but not Umited to, all easements 
d access, Ught aai air, incident 
to the hio^ atartUng upon said 
{mperty tatoi for a limited access 



• Ui8ALN0T^ 



ftJIn fes s*Jert mattar dm 
^m tppm wtfein toi (10) am 
Obs Aie piAttcatiwj d tWi Ord* 
and (to what to n^^ary to p* 
toet thdr into«d. __^ 

And It is FUMflER OBDKiED 
that this ttder be pdslished an^ 
a iraek te two si^cessive weto 
in fee "^-^nla B«tth Sun.' « 
oewap^ier pdUldied in the Cify 
d VlTf^ Beach. Virginia, and 
that a cm d feis Order be poitd 
on the bulleUn board d the Circuit 
Court of the aty d Virginia aeaA. 
Virtfnia. ' I 

A Qjpy-tfede: 

JOHN V. B12ITBESS, Clerk 

BY: Mmy M. White. D.C. 
Kdlam and Kella^ p.q- . 
Board d ttade WWing f ' 

Ktorfolk. Virglda 

11-1 l-ft 



F^U^ Ctoietery. near Kanpsville. 
Vir^nia Beach, Virginia, said 
cemetery betag shown <m Sbod 
501-13 d fee Plans for Route 44, 
Project 0044-134'in. RW 211, a copy 
d w^uch Plan Sheet h attaclnd to 
the iBffl d Comfdidnt filed in tMs 
cause. 

flie above partitt are karabf 
ndified feat fee State I^hway 
CMMnisskmer d Virginia will «i 
the 30fe day d Nd)anber, 19«, 
at 9:00 a. m., or as soon feereafter 
as coiwsel may be heard, move 
the Ju^ d the Circuit Court d 
the City d Virginia Beach, at the 
Courthouse feered, for an Or^ 
permitting the removal d said re- 
maku and the rdMerment d fee 
same in a suitable repository. 

MWavit having been made feat 
fee addresses d Sarah F. Harris. 
Herman W. Franklin. Maria E. 
Butts. William Forbes and Susan 
Bdttm are unknown, aad the 
names an daddresses of the surviv- 
ing q)ouces, if any, next of kin. 
hdrs at law, descendants d. and 
all ofeer perswis having an interest 
in the remains of the parsons 
buried in the cemetery above men- 
tioned, exc^ the ddendsmts nam- 
ed in the caption hereof, are un- 
blown, after due dillignoe upon 
the port d fee oonplainant to as- 
eertatai who th^ may be Jmd in 
w^iat Ooiaity w Corporation feey 
or Biy d t)«n may redde, all 
vfthout effed; ft is ORI»%ED 
that the above named parties and 
any otber persuie who are or may 
be ktoMsted ^ tfae^fli^ecl mat- 
tor of feis cause appear wifeui tea 
dGqns afte* publication d this Orda- 
nd do what is neceraary to pro- 
ted their interests. 

And it is FWITHER ORDERED 
thd this order be pt^blidied for 
lour 8iK^:«sive weeks in the "Vir- 
^da Be«:h Sun," a newspaper 
published in fee City of Wrgtaia 
Beach, Virginia, and that a copy 
d feis ord«' be posted on the bul- 
letfai board d fee Circ^t Coifft d 
the City d Vfa^a Beach, Vir- 



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VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 



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A Copy— Ttste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CleA 

9y: Macy M. White. D.C. 

Kellam and Kellam, p. q. 

Board of Itade Bdlding 

Norfolk, Virginia 

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A Copy— Terte 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Cleric 

Hy: Mary M. White, D.C. 

Kdkm ffiid KeUan. p. c(.; 

Board of Trade BuUding 

Norfolk, Vir^nia 

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COMMONWEALTH OF VptGINU 
In fee Oerfc's Office d the Cli^ 
colt Court of the City of Vfa-gfaila 
Beadi. l^gfada, on the 1st day 
of NoveubM*, 19G!. 

Ordor d PnbUcatiaa 
DORIS P. ALLEN. 
Plaintiff, 
against 
HAROLD RAYMOND ALLEN, 
Ddendant. 
^^. The object d this suit te to ob- 
STANBACK gives IfOu^FAST reWr*j^ajn g ^^(^^^6 a vinculo matri- 



monii from the said ddendant, up- 
on the groimds of desertion. And 
an affkla^t having been made and 
fUed feat fee d^oidant b a non- 
resident oi the State of Virginia, 
the last known post c^ce address 
being: 3069 Parkwood Boidevard, 
Apt. 2B, Kansas City. Kansas, it 
is ordered that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due pufr- 
lictaion hereof. -and do what nu^ 
be nece«»aiy to prdtedt ids inta«d 
in this sidt. 

t 

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V1RG1NU: 

In the Cleric's office d the (%(>• 
cult Court of the City d Vlr^xdJa 
Beach aa the 27fe day d October, 

tm. 

STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION- 
ER OF VIRGINIA. 

Complataant 
v. 

VIRGIE E. CAFraE \ 

107 Soufe Wltchdodc Road ' 

Virginia Beach, Virginia; 

ANNIE MAE HEATH 

123 Soufe Witchduck Road 

Virpiia Be^, Vlr^a; 

FANNIE SMITH and 

ELUm SMITH 

123 Soufe \^UJ)duck Road 

W^nia Beadi, Vii^a; 

ELIZAKTK JAaCS(»f and 

MtLT(»IJAaS^N 

119 Soufe WRdifeidc Road 

Virginia Bea^, Vh^a; 

S.'UtAH F. HARRIS, 

HERMAN W..FR^*KLIN. 

MARIA E.BOTtS. 

WILLIAM FOl^ES, 

SUSAN BELTON. 
and tf they be^ad. thdr nirviv- 
ing ^xxii»8, l^s d law, next 
d yin, desc^dai^ d, and all 
other p^'sons havkig mx fet^^ 
in the ronains d 

DAVI D SM TIH. MARY SMTIH, 

ISa^nUETTA BXXffiES, RE BgX> 

CA S. F(»tBES. ROSE SIfiTO 

FUUJH. PRODIGAL DANIEL 



VDRGINU: 

In the Qark's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court d fee City d Vfarginia 
Beadi aa the Sfe dav of Nov«n- 
ber. 1965. * ^ ■ 

STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION- 
ER OF VIRGINIA, Petitioner, 

V. 

flX>RllNCE MOORE. uom«Tied 
Ifltt Wadiingtoa Ave. Extension 
Vh:ginia Beach, Virginia; 
MARY MOORE, widow, 
ttS3 Waddngton Ave. Extension 
^^i^nia Beach, Vir|^; 
MAXUAL MOORE, dngle, 
1999 Wad^n^^ Ave.,Exten.sion 
Vhfbiia Beadi. Vh-ginia; 
ROramT MO(mE and 
FRANCES MOORE, his wife, 
IIM Jackson Street v 
Vta^a Beach. Virgima; 
HAZEL MOORE, widow. 
ipai Jd&son Street 

^Urglda Beach, Virgida; 
THEEiMA ELIZABETH MOORE, 

widow, 
198S Washingtcm Ave. Extensi<Hi 
Vk^a Beach, Virginia; 
MARY M. ROBERTS and 
FORBES ROBOTS, ber hm- 

band, 
1933 WosUngton Ave. Extension 
^^Cg|nia Bead], Vb^ginia; ' 
LQJJAN M. WRKIHT and 
lOLTON WM6HT, h^ husband, 
836 Main Credc Road, 
t3iesape£^e, Vkginia; ' 

^ANCY MOORE, wkiow. 
UM Jackson Stre^ 
Vkstoia Beach, Vi^faiia; 
FLOYD W. MOORE, minor, and 
DAVID A., MOORE, miaa-, 
c/o J. Peter Holland. HI. 

. Attorn^ jit Law 
2604 I^cflS: Avenue, 
Vh^a Beadi, Virguia; 
PHYIUS A. MOORE, minor, 
U83 WafeingtCNi Ave. Extei^km 
Vb^ida Beadi, ^rgfaiia; 



lo(q» M- cojHiectiwis with or u 
int«^ecting highways, and all 
rights of ingress aid ^reffl to and 
from tte said rrad; aid for au- 
thority to rOTiove aiy and all bod- 
ies buried in fee land ^ b- c«»- 
demned and to reinter the same in 
a suitable repository ot reposito-- 
ks. The pared d land to be tdc- 
m In tl^e proceed^pt JfcJfc 
scrit)ed as follows: 

Beuig as shown «i Shed 503-17 
and 503-18A d fee plans to be 
used for Route 44. State Highway 
Project 0044-134-101. R/W 201. and 
lying «i the norfe (Idt) side of 
fee ea^xMind lane survey lane 
and adjacoit to the exis'iiiJ east 
ri^ d way line d Parks Avenue 
from fee existing east right of way 
line d Parks Avenue opposite ap 
pnatiaaie Statical 6% {rfus % to 
the existing we^ right of way line 
of a ito' street opposite approxi- 
niate StoUon 639 plus 89,;^ «»»: 
toining 0.037 acre, more or less, 
laid; and being a part d fea same 
land acquired by U» landowmT 
frwn John P. Jones and Valerie 
C. Jones by deed dated Septembei 
5, 1925, and recwded in Deed Boox 
152, Page 203, in fee C^ice of the 
Clerk of the Circuit Court of fee 
City of Virginia Beach. 

Ihe dwve parties are hereby 
notified feat the State Highway 
C(»raniMiwj«F of Virginia will otf 
the 30fe day of November, 1965, 
at 9:00 a.m., «• as soon thereafter 
as counsd may be heard, move 
the Judge M#e,Circuit Court ol 
fee City d*^utida B^di. VITt, 
gkiia. at fee Courthouse thered, 
Princess Amte Station, for the ap- 
pointment d Commissioners to as- 
certain what will coistitute ju^t 
c(»npensation for fee land above 
described whk* fee State Hi^way 
Commissioner proposes to condemn 
for the location, construction, oper- 
ation and mauit^iance d State 
Hi^way Route 44, Project 0044- 
134-101, R/W 201, in fee City of 
Virginia Beach, and.to award dam- 
ages, if. any, resulting to fee adja- 
cent or other property of the own- 
&rs, beytHid any enhanc^nei^t in 
value vMA may accrue to said 
property as a result of fee location, 
construction, opwation «id main- 
tenance of said hi^iway. The own- 
ership, location and description p5 
fee {MToperty to be comtonned and 
tlie easonents in connecti(»i feere- 
wife, the nature of fee construe- 
titoi and the loci^on of said high- 
way will fuUy afqjcs^r by reference 
to fee petition and plan sheets 
filed in the above styled cause in 
the Clerk's Office d fee Circuit 
Court d fee City d Virginia Beach. 
And fee State Highway Commis- 
9(Hier will furfeer move fee Court 
on said date for the entry of an 
(Mtler authorizing fee State High- 
way C(Hnmissioner of Virginia to 
do all thuigs necessary and propi"- 
to effect the removd d any and 
all bodies buried in the lands to 
be coiidemned and to reinter the 
Sfflue in a suiM^le repository or 
repositwies, wife all casts ond ex- 
■peMes tocideiU; to such remov.'il 
ana?elnterment to be diarge^i to 
fee said State Highway Commis- 
sioner. ^ , , 

Affidavit haTttg been made feat 
fee present addresses d Saora 
Moore, Helen M. Fuller, Walter 
Fuller. Jane E. G<mito and Deva- 
ny T. Gomto are unknown, and 
tihe survivii^ spouses, if any, next 
d kin, hdrs at law, descendant 
of, fflid ffl^ other f^rsoM. excq< 
tk^e above named, having anjo* 
terest in fee property to be con- 
donned or in the rsnains of Jen- 
nie Moore, Engene Moore, and d 
aU other persons buried m fee jwi- 
vate cemetery \smwR u "Moore 
Cemetery." wi ftttks Avenue. Vir- 
ginia Brach, Virgmia. are untaiown 
te fee petitioner. irt» has bea un- 
able to discov^ fedr names and 
addresMs dtar due diligence upon 
his pW to Ai so, dl d said par- 
ties are ixoweded fgainst under 
tiie gens-d description of "Parties 
Unknown." 

It is accordh^y ORDEKES) feat 
fee dwve partis aid any other 
person who is or may be int^^st-^ 



VIRGMfA: 

In fee Clerk's office d fee Cir- 
cuit Court of the City d Virginia 
Beach on fee 27fe day d October. 

1965. 

STATE HIGHWAY COIOIISSION- 
ER OF VIRGINIA, 

Comdain p"^ ., . 



V. 

LEMUEL C. SHEPHERD, JR. 
Leeton Forrot 
Warrenton, Virginia 
EDITH SHEPHSIO BROOKE 
517 Graydon Part 
Apartmeirt 3 ^ ^.^ 

Norfolk. Virginia " ■ , 

VIRGINIA SHEPHERD^ ^^. 



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FERGUSOir 

3 Crown Circte 

Bronxville, New York 

VIRGINIA M. SHEPHERD 

2321 Prospect Street 

Colorado ^ings, Colorado 

JOHN C. SHEPHERD 

506 North 17fe Street 

Grand Junction, Colorado 

KATHERLNE SHEPHERD ROLIN 

1229 Lugan Street ^jj. 

Santa Fe, New Mexico *^ * *» 

MARY F. BARNES iaW * 

317 24fe Street 

Virginia Beach, Virgtahi 
and the airviying spoiBe|,|ltf anf , 
next of kin, heirs at law, de- 
scendants d, and all other per- 
sons having an interest in fee re- 
^ mains d M.'^RG.ARET GASKINS, 
SARAH M. WOODHOUSE, 
GEORGE REE LAND. SMITH 
SHEPHERD. BENNETT LAND. 
and SARAH LAND, arwi Of Miy 
ofeer persons Iwried in fee prlv- 
vate cemetery kno\wi a& 'Jftep- 
h&rd's Certetery," k)cated in 
Lcndoi Bri<j^, Vii^da fieach,™- 
Vii^inia, tiie names d \x4ydi per* ^ 
SfNis beir^ unknown, and ar%« 
hereby {Htx^eeded again^ as 
J'PartiesUiflcnown." 

(M» (M Publicatton 

"Hie object d feis suit is for fee 
con^lainant to ditain 'permission 
fr<Mn the Circuit Court of the City 
d Virginia Beach to disinter, re 
move and reinter with due care 
and decency the remains of Ma^ 
garet Gasldns, Sarah M. Wood- 
house, George Ree Land, Smith, 
Shepherd, Bennett Land, and Sardl 
Land, and any other persons l?uried 
in fee portion d the private ceme- 
tery known as fee "Shephod's 
Cemetery," located ^in Lrondon 
Bridge, Virginia . Beach, Virginia, 
said pcfftiwi d said cemetery being 
shovvTi on Sheet 502-18 of the plans 
for State Highway Route 44, Pro- 
ject 0044-1.34-101. R/W 201 a c^^v 
d which plan shed- is attached ia 
fee petttion fil^ in this cause. 

The djove parties are hereby; 
notified -feat the Stfite Highway 
COTnmissioner of Virginia, will on. 
fee 30ft day <^ Novadber. 1965, 
at 9:0Q a. m.. or Ai soon tnereaftefj 
as counsel may be heard, mov^ 
fee Judge of the Cut:uit Court o^ 
the City d Virginia Beadi, at th^ 
Courthouse feereof, for an ordei^ 
permitting the removal of said re^ 
mains sad the reinterment of ihei 
same' in a suitable repository. ,i 

Affidavit having been made fea|^ 
fee names and addresses of the. 
surviving spouses, if any, next oft 
ktfi, heirs at law, descendants dj 
and all ofeer persons havmg an.in-| 
terest in the remains of fee per-f 
song buried in said portion of thej- 
private cemetery, except fee de-^ 
fendants above n"»ned, vo tn.s 
known, after due diligence (m feel 
part of fee complainant to ascer-^ 
tein 'wbo feey may be and in whall' 
County or Corporation feey or any^" 
d them may reside, ail wifeout.- 
effect; it is ORDERED feat the:' 
above named persons who are or' 
may be interested in the sd)ject' 
matter of this cause appear within 
ten days after publication of feis 
order and do what is necessary to 
protect their interests. 

Awl it is FURTHER 0RDERE3) 
feat feis order be published for 
four successive weeks in the "Vir- 
ginia Beach &m," a newspaper 
pdblidied in fee Qfty of Virguiia 
Beach, Virginia, and that a copy 
d tl^s orcfer be posted on the bul- 
letin board d fee Circuit Court d 
the City, of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
gima. 

A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FBNTRKS. Qeik 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Kellan and kellam, p. q. 
Board d Trade Building 
N(af<^ ^rgmia 

10-2Nt 



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COAOI MNPAWr br a «M«a. 
(^le to wtflM llBtor tei Piww 



OrYlloavct No. II of to 1^ «( 
Vir^A BiMii, WiMa Hm bwB 

PoniiiMt lo pantpvih t (b) of 
said ORttHOelN. t pMk Ml^ 
ing wW Iw M4 ^ ttt Qwsidt «( 
the (^ o( l^gUa BeKb i« 
IS fliaa MMdiQF. Novwiber 
23, Mi ti tte eowtroon M 
tbe Or^ Cout «f 4te Oty of 
ViigMa Mk^ fk^U to oqd- 
sider ttt iifUeittiB tor llM iaiiov. 
ing fotei: 

Belwe«D potato in tto C% cf 
Vm^Wa Bw^ m (i«icrib«d be- 
low, Mivln^ iH 



MiFInt OooEt Road 
at RoM^i Cantor over todepod- 
eoei ^siimmA to ^acMm Hty- 
wood BMd. liMBioe orar Ha^mood 
Road, to ^^Bctka Aragona Boide- 
vard. MixttMDtt ovw Aragona 
Boulevvrd to faction U.S. High- 
vay ^WA ribtii ov«r the aum 
rtxite. 

gBMK jtowHwi C J . Htfiway n 
aiKl ^li^tdi DimA RfNMl M Oriaeie 
Corner ov«r WHch Due* Road to 
junction Boooey Baad. tlMMa ow 
Bcmoey Road to ^motion PriiiMss 
Anw Raad at Kmnv lUa, tiMoea 
over Prinem Ame Road to jiao- 
tioQ Salon RmkI rt Gaitaipe Cm'- 
no-, tbe^ aw Salon Road to 
junctioo Nbrtti LsMttog Road, 
tfaenoa avar lisHh Laodtog Boid 
to junctioo Prtaoen Aime Road M 
^ ttH, Ibaua ofw 
Amw Road to jaKtton 
Road, tlieiKX ove* Seaboard R(M 
to 3iiK:tiao Pjriooen Anne Road, 
and ttawe over Bctaeen Ame 
Road to Uie Vlrgtada^tot^ Caro- 
lina line, and return over tiia 
same rout^. 

From jOBtlsB U J. Ogimay tt 
and Great Maek Baad over Great 
Neck Road to jMKtieB Fint Co- 
lonial Road, wA theDce ova- First 
Colonial Road to fuootloB (J.!). 
Hi^iwa^ B!^ and rrturn over 
tile same routo. 

From ijncUan U.S. flOgiwiQr 
BR58 and Oom»i Boute v a r d to 
junction ^ll's Road, md ratiCD 
over fito muffk f^tttt, 

mmm a. phill^. 

Aariatoit Cilr Attmwr 

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vntCINU: 

In tiw Orcvit Court «( ttw City 

of Virgnto Beadi oa tie 29tb di^ 

of October, UMS. 

la ma IMtor af 

*VIlK^<iA NATK»iAL BANK, 

Ex«(«9r of Om WH^t of K. C. 



R «nwarta8 to the Court tHat 
a repwt af Iba acoo^oto of ttia 
Vta^a HatkBOak Bank, fiaeoutor 
of the Estfte of K. C. Jobnna. 
Det^Mcd. and of tba di^ito aad 
deroaods apia^ Oa aetato tm 
been fitod ia tbe Oarii*! Ofiioe «f 
ttds Coort, aad tbat six auot^' 
have elafMd itooe the quatifica- 
tion, on laotioB of a«d Wiepsm 
Natioeal B«*. Qncutor of (ha Ci- 
tate of K. C. JoimaoB. Deceaaed. it 
is 

ORIU^ED diat the crecMon of. 
and all othan intafaatod ia. tha 
E^ate of K. C. Johnmn, De- 
ceased, do show cause if ai^ they 
cu 00 tbe Uth day dl'Novanabar, 
1965, b&are this Ccurt in its court- 
room againrt tbe payment and 
{felivery of the E^i^ of K. U. 
Johnson, Deceased, to the deviseea 
and legatees without reqpiiring r»- 



CMw N 

a vaek tor tear 
klfei^WggMi 
» OMfifipar hBvtoggmm ^ 
oidiMao to tha G^ of Vk&^ 
Bia«h. iMr^iia. 
A C^py^Hpto: 

%: Itey II. WMe. p.a 
WUcox, Cooke, Savage k l^» 



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Virghria BaKh, VIrgDto 



ooMMONv^Ts or fmUMU 

ia thaCkik'a QBci of tha Chv 

ciA GeM Qt Ike City of Vtagbda 
Beach, onihe IMi day of Oeto»«, 



ROY thYUOR, 

JUDrra TAYLOR, Defoxtoflt. 

Hie object of this suit te to oh- 
tab a d^erce a meDa at thoia 
to be iats- merged toto a tttvaroa 
a vinailo nadrtomi^ Srem ^ arid 
dafodaat, vpm tha pwaida of 
(taKtioo. 



Abo an' affldavit havtaig bkaa 
made and filed that tha <totoodMt 
is a ixNM«^ieot of (be State of 
Vlrgfaiia. the last known post of- 
Bm addMai hatag: Hi «h Stnat, 
ONand. PiMMiylvanla, t to orttepad 
that she do appear here witda 
ton (to) days ailv doe publiea. 
ga herei n, and 4b adiit m^^ha 
neoaaaaiy to protect her tMemt 
in tldi suit 

A wy#tt : 

JOHN V. tENTRESS, Qerk. 

By: Ifaiy M. WUte. D.C. 
BrjNtgea k Bn^rJea 
130 Laakhi Baad 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 

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Id the Ckrfc's office of the Ot' 
eoil Court af tha Ciy of Virgtafa 
Baaeh on tha 27th c^ of October. 

STATE HIGHWAY OQigipSli- 
ER (»• VIRGmiA. ^ ^ 



MUR* 
HBWE, 

Of ifOiieoN 

nUSOE BAPTOT aWBCH, 
c/o Gaor^ Brown 
MBS PoHar Road 
Vfa-^fa Baadi. Vlrt^; 

XmiO, GO^'BEY 
41S»l«retf 
Virghfc B mA. I^i ^iil; 

K. "B. -seoraSY, Jft 
Grait Hade Raad 
Vif^Ma BeKh. Vlrgfaiia; 
wnUAM 0. GOIVfaEY 

nnt OiNM ftead 
Vir^itt Batch. V fe-gtoia; 
A. Q.QX0tWEf 
Oftot Hack Road 
VirgMa Beach, ^rgbda: 

utAw.e. cAgnsR 

Oraift naA Road 
Vir^rta Beach. Vktfnl^; 
MRS. SOY MCgBON 
4isa»i Stoats 
Vir^ahl 9«Kh. Virgfada; 
HARCUfflrr BURGESS 
$m ^ne0ia Bead! Boulevard 
VtaglUa Beach. Vb-giato; 
MMTYRWA!© 
MisyiStoaat 
Viigtaia Beach. Vir^iia; 
UmKXm E. llcKENZOE 
ao» lath Street 
Vtrgittia Beach, Virginia: 

wiLu/on B. Mckenzie 



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porches aii4 stepi. Leave yms 
buikliBg pr^knos to us. Selba, 
20 yean 49i^eriaice. Ilmk you. 
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or make your present am « 
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AU types ol hflcae im piuiwiiiti 
& remod^i^. 'Heating fepaki 
aad inAallations. Alii WMC 
GUARAimaS). Bank fiwn^«. 
Call Mr. Stamm, «7-7S61«r«^ 
9543. 



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fiber^ass. stone. aooM^ 
fkwr ojvcdog, aigf ^pe cMMtPP* 
tien; tna esthnatas. DinMi0lt 
Const Co. JU $mi'. JU MM. 



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and (tf any d^iar perasM bwwl 
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TOenfalv 

vUl he ^B tte C&«riit Ow»t 
an Itadff. NMokar S. tt« «t 
tt o'dpK^ am 

At tms tfme, 1^ Sonftaastton 
t^ghda B^Md TrM^wrtaHwi 
Shi^ vffl be revtovid. CQ|ilea«« 
avidlsUa to offloe of fta Cl|r Flail- 
ntog OooapoMoo and j^ttie I^ 




VIrglnIi B««ch SUN, T!Hii ^<toy, htev»mber 18, 1965 



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a 

facLOUr 



cumEDius 



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AUTOMOTM 



ap A uitmiM iw Nr Sal» 



Gny, 



Btacayna. 
leyi- 
A*l jC OP t W e o . I4ialilg> WU 

cmvMhMk 

ll-44fiB 



itoa^ (tf tUs aMt tlei»^ 

IM i» Ok^ Ceii« «f ii i^ 
al fhH* ■•«* to «*liii^ w- 

ww Ml NiBtor vMidM tare 

mmm$ *• M^ «t ^^ 

Mm k OttdNF. L«^ Aaala Ood- 
tov.Oaov Aanto Otdtaf. Aftnir 
aiMCinie «i ltM7 r. lie- 

iai irtMB fta fntfan ff *• U»- 
^|WdpliHfc»<^w*Cyf- 
toi7 i*Mdi is tadndad to fte i4ght 
af way ol Itoto Hl^ay RoiAi 41. 
I>ro^ «!«#«■»«. Sv m. awd 
partkgi af c<»etary being mm 
an Shaet Jtt-tt of tha Plane for 
a«i9f afvMdiVlHi 
to fllltoitod to *a M of 
GMqUatfledfeilNiCiMt. 

ika ilMPi ptoHea an taiby 
loiBed Ihtf aie ttafte O^tany 
OeneiWMr af Vl^glAk wfl 
1^ Mk ^ af Nabi ' 
atl:fla.m.. oraaeea 
aa caunarf ma>f ba heaad. mave 
te Mp of tha Gtoadt Ceort of 
gtoOiy af Vkr^aia •atoh. at^tha 
Gevfteuae thereof, far an Older 
paSBiittag tha i«irai if said re- 
n^M and tha ratatHmmt of tha 
same in a swtaide repository w 



Atoo at ttb ttoua tta IsAowtoig 
appUcathn will he )|eaid: 

AfipH^tton of Oeeaa Sand Baid- 
b% OMfoi^QO far a Use INi^t 
to eooitrui^ 4B imtt mohd on cai^ 
tahi property badad itt i» 8autt> 
east inlenectkn of Athntic kH^ 
Bue and nth Street boettog jm 
laet <tt te EmI aida «( ^^Mtk 
Aveye, teBhjftj Ml lae t on ttw 
Stwdntde trf lidi Sti'aei 
af 190 toet aktog tbe 
pt>perty Uae, a width of IflHeat 
dloog the Easter property Ine. 
Tha bHw i Hag aiaa to be iieed Ito 
parktog: The Northaest hiataaltta 
af AtlHlic Awaa mA Wki BtMt 
Ironthig lOOfeetea the EaatJbli 
of Atlantic Avenue. frooHag IN 
toat OQ tha Nerai ana ta 
WtntHL, a dvft of Ul M' 
the Horthan pipto^ ttaib and i 
width of m toat alii«0MEaatoi« 
propel^ Una. 

JOHN V. F194TREIS» Oljr Clett 

By: MaiSiNt li Mt DC 

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CHSVY. 44)oor sedan. 6 qrl- 
Mto toMB^riea. Radio. 
BMr-ttrea. dead oaaMkNS. 
No. HI, e/e Vfrgiua 
U-U-tfo 



tm^mMsm 



n MUim ^•r Sain 



f9^W0(^ — swee^on lod ma- 
ple, fU cord lai^t. Ctf Oft-^OB 
for d^«y. 



RBMTM REAL ESTATE 



19 Agyllww Sarvlcaa 

VAGUIM CLEAI^ - Haainr. 
a^es and sarMoe. Piaopt if- 
aetontfapalra Pick op and da- 
IN««. Itea 4»4ai Fud 
ttadftlaOitegiapplta. toe. 



FAMILY ficfaabeft pand upright 
ptoao. Ideal lar ariMnat, cMAtan 
or concert IK m te. whera u. 
Cai rftor « pm 4>MI4I. IMMt 



CAiraT FACIS 
I can sen pertoct |7.9i Dupont 
SOI nyloB . . . HJI aquare y«d. 
mm heavy diearad v^ . . ti« 
afMua yard. 4B colon. CaU Mr. 



U1 jM»at*neawt« Furwiriiwi 

VOmOH BiyDGE - tl3 Gata- 
wood Av^aie. FUmidied one bad- 
raom ifwrtoMnis. Wi4«r fimdahed. 
m per mooih. Mr. DeHari S49- 

mn, m^mi, atMni. n-Mai 



QOOO LOCATICW. Two bedroomi. 
HO a month, yearly. C^ €3- 
I880 or I5MK1. ll-UOt 



RENTAL REAl ESTATE 

113A Hmm$,9¥nMm4 
or Ui^umUMd 

NEAR OCEAN. 2 bedpogois. i¥i- 
vate (h^lec. Cmv^omt, cstf oo^iv 
tort; iakHMte pcvdi. firefiKe. yard 
parking. Sbcrt lease. Qdl 1S»-Sm 

or 4a»as4t im-tfti 

lis HouMa— FumiaNtf 



••-i- 



!Lfi2fiad!Stf2Sa_-. 



1% »Kiafai » Mb*» q^o^ 

ftonrovameato and aiv 
MTlbtk^ mi Saidli 
t|Whav«i Road. S4MMB er l» 
iHi aveningB. 



ig}«%R MACHINE: In lUoe new 
. WQ^kCS, Ifekes button- 
fuey atltchee. and dates. 



OCEANA -< Clean hffolAed sput- 
meaL Plenty storage. Reaideatial 
area n^u- base baa, lasffi y«^ 
Owa«^. 4^1-2256. »-»t{n 



of 111.14 monttiy or pa^r 
balance of |SI.«. F\itl 
datate Md y^iart wean wrtte: 
National's Crecttt Dept, Box 814, 
Lynchburg. Virginia. 11^4lt 



OnMbkb 

Let lis haH 



b tU Onrvft eurt of the CKir 
of Vbibda Baadi: On the Mto 
dE^ of Novembor. UK. 
In tbe matter of the Estate if 
MARGARET W. 
DecttMod. 




Affidavit having been gude Siat 
the jwnei aid a ddre e win of dto 
aurvMig spoHas. tf sny. M"^ «< 
Ua. hates at Inw. d ea ce ndan to if. 
and aS otter persons 
toter^ in tiia reoahii if 
sons burled ip lbs peftisn df'tbe 
cemetery ibovaiqi^one^aKespl 
the defevdpto siamed to fiie cap- 
tion hereof ^ uidmowB. after daa 
^genoe q^ Aa part of Q|ie ei» 
idainanl to BK^ct^ ««e tbm taa^ 
be and Ji what County or dirpor- 
attn ti^ «■ ai^ of them nuQr re- 
side. tSl arithout affect; It is OBr 
DEatM) diat the abo^ named ^- 
ties and any ether penoas who are 
or ntoy be tete r ea t e d to the a^ 
ject matter of this cause ^jpear 
wfthiiLten days di» pdMeatiM of 
this <H6at and do what is aeceS' 
sary to protect Qieir biteresto. 

>^ tt is FURTH^ (mSgSXD 
that tids Order ba pdbilabed lor 
tour aueeeeaiva waeks in die "Vir- 
gbUa ^ach Sun," a newspaper 
p(d>lidiad to the aty of Vir^a 
Beach, Virgiiia. and tiiet a copy 
of this order be aosted on tbe Iml- 
ktto board of ihb Circuit Court ef 



appeermg msn a repart oc 
the accoia^ (tf ^i^fiBka NatioMl 
Bank of Norfolk. AdmfadatriAor of 
the Estate of Margarat W. Wbafi- 
er, peoeaed, aad te date toid 
denands igatert bar ertate hap 
been ffled to the Clerks Office of 
the a^ ooort, and more thmi sta 
moBtts have difMed ilaoa the 
tpialificatton: 

NOW, IHERSSBE. en ibqIIm 
of the said NOrghda Nattosal Bank 
af Nerfoft, Atetototrator. of aaid 
deeedent,^^ b cmDERTO that the 
9e^t«aof, aaddiotte«hltweet> 

WbeelBr. Qtoaased, do Aow came, 
tf any thegr oaa ao Uie Srd day of 
Baeamber, Mfl, before this courti 
i^ Jto fourtroom Ofldipt pi^nent 
and diliMBy if dto ait-aaiate of 
aald 4iaidHl t a jte tpgategs en- 
Htlad 'thaaato, vMe^ vf^uiriag 
r^unhi^ b(mds. « 

A ^)()y-«TMe: 

JOHN V. FS3ITRESS. Clerk. 

1^: M«7 H White. P.C. 
T. Hehn looci. Atty.. 
718 Virgfada Nationd Bank Bfclg., 
Norfo&. Vlrtfoia 

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k BeiM 
Let ^ haih you with that aair 
home " amoos — or rapain. 
We eaa teaUi iMtaMa froea 
to Btlfe and aid yoa hi 



BiBn ft Baton, lie. 
m «M8|t 

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AUTOMATIC 198S 
SINGER O&ZAG 
Baautihd cenittBu Ha a^ach- 
hMnto an meded to m^e Hut' 
taehides, monogram^ «te. Tdca 
01^ 6 paymo^ of |7.10 or |4M0 
eaah. CaQ now. Creat depotment 
IL V^m^ia 



tfa 



HEW AND REPAIR WORK 

FhBid)fa« - Heattog 
JDaehted ^ Afr OondMa^ 
i^^ffi PLUMBDK} 
AJIpEMCIRKAL ^^ 
WPfUSS3k INC ^ 



tl-Mto 



EAMn.OYA^ENT 
41 Hal|i Wantotf—ramaln 



I USED <dt iloor fiflrnaca. iOrafty. 
ToeoaA draft and circuli^iMi. HI. 
1 aimaiA new wall gas beato* with 
ba and thermostat ao.ooo BTU. 
|40l DeHtft CtnMmctioo. 3f7 
Great Neck Road. U-44&1 



mJO. S rooms and bath. Fully 
huntahed. AU utilities. It» 22nd 
Street App^ titer 5 p.m. 10-38^ 

l£SLitiiia: mtajitM Junl 
or yewly. Also nxmthly. Located 
to the heart of the beach, near 
ooaao front. 42M713. 10-21-an 



VIRGINIA BEACH - Near bases 
and b^du Snull oittage tor- 
nish«i. No deposits. |B0 roooth. 
Couple oidy. No pets. 34Mn. 

»-904fn 



111 Rant or Sale 



«NEWOOD GARDENS - Near 
b«Kh and bui«s. Will rmt kt $115 
per awnth or seB, Fay fiwff iin# 
assume payments of |K per 
month. Owner wiU l»lp ftoaace. 
CaU 340-1444 anytime 10-14^ 



COMPLETELY fiimished two bed- 
room apartment. |^ pet month. 
One bednxon. ^. Also motel 
room, $12.a) per we^. CaU 4^ 
8^. 1^21-tfn 



BnWiaiiinMM 



APARTMENTS or ro<»5S. 
or moi^y. Hei^. 
funushed. Apply l^wo 
tel. 208 24th Street 



Weekly 



1041-tlD 



ALAIH}IN'S LAMP AlmtlUES. 
Just op«ied to new location. 1513 
Ptoasure House Road (Rbbbina 
QnfOBC) to 0:«ater Vii^inia Bead). 
Phone 4644M1 Selected antiques 
atk pim that wiU please you. 
VtttiihffO. glass, china and books. 

U-fSt 



want- 
ad. Ladte^ or man's i^Mrai&aaa. 
GdflMIC. U-imt 



41 Help W#ntad~Ma1t 



^r^lOUhlCEMEKTS 



10 Spadil Notfcna 



HO^ITAUZATIOfl FQUCV *t 
iaaaei regaidleaB if age or axlil> 
tag tfonic cinUtton. Na Vi^tiBg 
periM nmnaimneas or aeddeato. 
Phone MA 94«18. lH-'Hb 

^11 




BUSINESS 8 PROFESSIONAL 
► DIRECTORY 4— 



MOVING 



anfaaiMMgaepafav. 



UPBOLSirailNa. refioN^ig. re- 
pairing, rajtoftag- . W*MNpw 
yean eapifMBtie iMI «•!» a 
<UfB«Ke. Ci^ Uf^bo^teriog. 

<aji m. MM4 or mmx- 
m fSk MASONS 

BRIoiipRK - Stops, ^eplaon. 



SMira MOVING k HAUUNG. 
Twenty-lour hours a day. Mow 
anything. CaD MA S-7930. 



AMrNMOS 



ALCOA Abmmaim iktti^. ftea 
esttanatei. Cdl 4»-1284 8-19-tfn 



COSMETICS « PBffUMES 



Merb NomMm CesflMli^ 
Marte Nenaan Ctonactiei now 
has a atuAo at Sad It AilaB^ 

Ave. Mmbs mmm. m^^ 



PAINTfflg 



Paiatb^{, 
work - Hi ideto* pRypqaot tot 
p^m^ « BMaia Biter Mik la' 
djQ^toted. 084111 or 




PAmm^ -« iBtilv. ildix|pr: 
mates: can MMIJO. 



VENEtUM^ MJNDS 



iO.'nSRATSOBlS - aipdrs wA 
w»ttig. Call Carl. M^Mi C. 
A. Lindbl8dCo..«sW.JlAa 



CONCMETE ^MORK 



Cktocrete pladng ud finUsfaig; 
Mitom work; Wl^ Concrete 
Service: dial S4M0S8. 



CHARLES L. BLACK-<oncreto 

wtn-k, driveways, walks, patios, 
porches; foia |pt1mai|p; ¥Sf 
0514, aaytinib t#tfai 



BRICK 
Flii 







Im^ ffWHMMlg 

HMLMtMNQ 
CO., MC 

MAS-7030 



OPPORTUNITY FOR MAN IN 
OIA Fina. OIL I^ARIMENT. 
«rLY TO F. 0. WSJim STAT- 
ING AGS. EXPERIENCE AND 
lOB^RENCES. PERMANENT 
lOimON. J»«-tfn 

PUSmY of buifapi! Excellent 
(^porhadty. High doQamisiion. Bo- 
as fiaB nd other inoiBthm. U- 
caMid or ndioeBaed— will traia. 
Part ttow - fun Ihoe. X^rsBhavcn 
Ooloqy aad V^gJaia Beacb Area. 
See Jadt Qtw. Onpaei Ratf 
Estate Co., 989 ahpra Drive, 4N- 

»S4fti 



Naaded - S BMn fanmediatoly for 
minagmr hrahtoe progron. Must 
ba attaniiae aad career Bdnded. 

CiA4»«Ml 

^ U-lStto 



CAB DRIVl^S. Service men ac- 
cepted. NO eraertenoe oeoessary. 
|»im #eild^. We pay for aty 
pei^. /Uso h«e ^Bon rent Safa^ 
wagr Taxi.'tNi flboi^Drhw. Vir- 
gfada Beach. 4g»€». MMfa 



4tllftlpW$nlMi 
'Maw or FMiwk 



REAL ESTATE: Sidei Mrsoqa 
aeadid "Where Ae Acttoh b.** Ex- 
pariience not eisipttoS. lit will 
Irida and My ftmitfuA ^am a 
bundng deafi* ami griud domi- 
nation to ba aacc^sful. Goodncan- 
SegaT'BogaD. RiaJrimtial Sales 
Corp. For iafeiaiiAisn . oiV Joe 
Peters, S40«a8. ll-ll-lfn 



HAND-MADE e^prteeith eentory 
ftyto c«ma> cabtoet $r75.00. Ail 
wod gray to'tm^oum carpet and 
pad Ufl" by Vto". Over SO square 
yards $110.00. 1 Pemb'*ok<i tables 
I2S.00. each 1 crown uid end tiMe 
IK.00. 1 Vehittan aoene pabrttog 
IW.OO. Can 4M-7B7i. 

93 Houaahold Oaoda 



Studio apartment fumidwd, In- 
ctodiBg aU utflities. Gas heat Air- 
conditioned. Good locatton. Ycm"^ 
roit oi seveaty-five ddlars (f^* 
00) per month. CaU «S-3680 or gB- 
6861. , . W-M-ttt 



/" 



REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 

U4 riMNM f-ar Sate 



One and two bedroom ftiraMied 
.i^BtmffltK. Year round. Cdl 
42^724 or 



■^g? 



1^ dtoihieit imiSma uphol8te^ 
h^ nd refii^h^ odl 421^ 
fsm. RUUop Uphototering Co.. 
1000 Vlr^to BMch Boulevttd. 
Ifma estimatea-pi<^-up and da- 
Uvtfy. New and used furnitore 
for sate. 

7-22-tfo 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



1 10 kav^mm^ Uwfwii. 



a» HSk snuSET — 2 beikoom 
uhforaiidtod apartmoit. Heat, hot 
water fiw. in. 46th Street - 3 
bedrooms wiforaished. |09. I^khw 
3404MB. lM8-at 



Umom BRIDGE - Gatewood 
Park. Di^ea iqMrtQfieBto h»r rent 
Stove and refrign«t(»'. $70488 per 
BMBth. Mr. DeHart. 3404S01, 340- 
4971, 34041311. 1144tn 



3 BEDROOMS. KNOTTY PINE 
UVBKJ ROCAL IMDSRN iOTQI- 
EN AND BATH. MONTHLY OR 
YEAkLY IffiNTAL. 6 BLOCKS 
FROM OCEAN. CONVENIENT 
TO FT. STORY AND OCEANA '^^^' 
N.A.S. CAli. 887-4778. IF NO AN- 
SWER CAIL BACK IN MORN- 
ING. »*-tfo 



VIRGINIA BBACH-Choice neigh- 
bcHhood n^u- C^alie , HMd. 
Quaint Early American tniflc >^th 
s^rool, in beautifid s^big. Has 
tiHroonu, IVt baths, coitar mOI. 
Unfe- $40,000. Call 4284441 Frank 
Atkinaon Real Estate, 5«fa k At- 
laitfc Ave., Virginia B^A. 

BA(^ BAY SECTK>N - Gam 
^idge Road near Charity Churdi. 
New 3 bedroom, IVi b^ h(»ne 
on 2^ acre ito. PHm $14JB0.1]0. 
La«nX)N BRIDGE ROAD. No»- 
tin^uun Esti^ea. New bride 
homes. S bedromn, 1^ bath, ctty 
water. Good finamteg. $17^00 to 
$18,200. 

DUPLEX: Gatewood Park, Lon- 
don Brid^. 2245 Potta Road. 
Good rental pn^^er^. Yim STTsy 
sr l^)dc buUd^ on raff ef let 
Price $16,800. 

Mr. DeHart 3««H - S4MW1 

ll-4«to 



FURNISHEa) apartmait now for 
rent Year round rate. Heat and 
water funushed. Also wtoter rate 
for workers and teadi^- CMl 
H. Q. Mocnre. Jtfvis k Ki^n, 
128-7755. ^^ 8-12 tfin 



m*>mfm 



CLASStflH> DISPLAY 
INSTRUCTIONS 



Aartte'i Court Motel Apartment^ 
a06 - Utb Street. Efficieicy 
apartmMto. Ml idittiea fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room aparioient 
and ftmushed rooms. Blodk. 
from Bus Stetion. By mdi or 
month. 

tfo 



Living room, bedroom, kitdmi, 
bi£ Convenient to shopphig, 
dnwdws, laundromat Very 
r««mable yearfy rratid. Pacffic 
Avei^. Phone owno* ^-5016 
or 421-2143. 

7-2Nfo 



1 BEDROOM fionidied apartn^oit 
All utilities fUmished, use <rf au- 
tomatic wtfhh% macule. Yrarly 
rental. $80 p«- naoath. Call 428- 



2 BEDROOMS. Bvtag ^Oom, dining 
room, kttdiMi, bath, first floor, 
yard. C(»veaieit to diopptog. Rea- 
smable yearly rraital. Ph(»ie own- 
er - 4»501g or 428-2143. 9-304fo 



•^ ly plwp 

1M have l l * wftft itoMiiif'^*i 
aaiiQr adjacent (e VhrgUd Beach. 

NO FEB 
Tiipe dS. botwesa ^ when da- 
sIM-HMric ea dieae (eoapontoy 
jobi v%en eohventoat ' to s^'Ou- 
Phone new fir Mterriaia and |ob 
imigiiiMid. mmkL 



ua^tSxi 



m iiHib ftraat 



41 Position Wanini— piamala 



WIBSSUUESH CKe Cn- Intu^ ahd 
i^Uroi. Bear, isgr er mi^ Rea- 
sOtoAja n^. dU Mis. Dtod^. 

m^ ii-i!-tt 



•miM^P 



<Nnl>> 



lUfti i 'J ' " i « '' t 



•P?" 



Itinaia ani Smj^ 



OMeiiCdbhtQrUiier. Itf. 
^ Cbrivter Crtwii ghiptfigNWi 
Ritt>- I^ equllned. Fn* full 
Ubn^ilai'cip 3#4l6"afer « 



AFABfMI9<t|l — FUroidied or 
MtfofiiUhed. Yatoly or seasmaL 
Coipar Realty, m 25th Street, 
mm.. Nighto 4184833. 

3-2-tfh 

III Apbf<m»aim FMrnirtwd 

CpBfPUPfK^Y Avaisbed. 1 and 2 
reran efflatonHai. Inne'with wall 
to wall carp^. $60. monthly, ta- 
-(jiiding w^t^. CgU HMOSO or 
«tM70L »434in 



<^AUE» DRIVE -- Fwvisbed 
4H»oai eHtage. Caffl MA %Wh w 
OA 



1 wd 2 ttodraoms near base, l 
Mar 0^^. Year rouod rental. At- 

trae^vHy lunushed. Call 42i«287. 

ll^84fn 



Ll^CURY ainoma- studin ^art' 
mei^ for whrta- rental. Des^ned 
tor discrimiQating amplm or l^cb- 
^ota. 'iStdiei, diab^ area, bar 
didder, and svHnBmng pod. All 
utOtties funushed. Apply. BLUS 
MARUN LODGE, 2411 Pacic 
Avenue. 9-23^ 



VIRGINIA BEACH. BeauUfuUy fur- 
oi^ed 1 bedroom apartment 706 
26th Street. Large grounds, trees, 
storage and private. Ideal for civi- 
lian or Jr. Officer couple. Owiter. 
«8-22S6. • ll-U-tfa 

APARTMENT for tent; furnished 
a{»rtnAent, Uvhig room, dining 
qpace, kitdien. One bedroom, bath 
ft Ifaien ck»^s, four otiier closets. 
Pine paneled, hardwood flovs, 
double cross ventilation, Metric 
heat SuitaUe for coiqrie. No p^. 
CaQ 428-2208. ll-lB4fo 

CLMSIFIED PISPUY^ 
AUCTIONS 



Maury Riganto 
Auction Company 

, ,.,1 I \ , n..- . •' >_ 1 ' 
•■IM 1 i.ili/iiiL, In I ill -.1 ill - . If 



MERC»AI>«XSE 



HARDIN SCHOOL 

OF a^lm: 

Brittow HmMttklfbrmtter 

S11 ~ 9mk Bhipi. 

Vlry}«i«a— gh 



REAL ESTATE 



Sales ' Rei^ 

Qirtonx Bufldiiig 

9iort-term told yairfy 

ANCHOR MALTY 

428-74Z1 anytime for aen^e. 



BL&irCSS SERVICES 



Ask Ye«r ff PhyticlM 
About 

TRAYLOR'S 

GUILD OPTICIAN 
Serving Vfrgftiia BmcIi 

1369 Lasidn Rd., V». BMi«h 

Beraarii H. McNanara, Mgr. 

GArdca •.4020 



CAVALIEit mm-^Sts^eAm 2 
hedmpu. iurnilyd. ^ con^ 
tioned, heat ymbtr & dhyo*. CaB 
MA 2-457S or GA I420S. »-2»-lt-^ 



fVR^4J^E3> apprtmeqt — Uv^ 
won, teirabnlu Uktho^te, b||b 
k kt^ timet QnatotilNe. clafa 
wdl Iwated, c^tral lo(»ti(»!. Near 
flce^i.' |4I far mpiriii. Water f^r 
mbai. CaU 428^W0 or 428-?$27. 



FbepJace 



WOOD 

watmraf 

1817 QeaaaaUvd. 

lfri8-tfn 



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Day aad Evening Claa«M 
Ctastas iMlradad By Frac- 
Uciag Attorney and A Li- 
censed Real Estate Broker, 
Pass State Board Exam 
Easily — Enroll New 
COMPLETE COURSE^-435 
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Expemnced School 
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REAL ESTATE SCHOOL 

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PHONE MA 2-3074 




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Da»ler3 lev 



El«ciri«al ^aal 

3%2 ^ nth Sb^al 
' Virgiaia Beach 
Pheaa CA 8-4«71 



ART'S COimiTE HOME SaiV1C| 

PAINTING. WINDOW WASKNG |^ REPAIRS 
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REALTY TRANSFERS 




6. ftrtv, A-. et nx. lot IS. Mock 
?« ghl It QMiUnae Fmn lec. 4, 
Mt IHJI. 

iiiir IttaMty Outm. Jr. et ux 
tt VMflK L. DbBHi «t ux. lot D, 
Hiek a. pk fl( Aragona Vitti^ 

pmema r. nt^^um el ux to 

T. ItaTer, lot C, plat of 

Vmm aec. 7; tax m». 

CaMmi MMm, tac. to Rob- 

«t a Qns»f et ux, lot 7, plat 

ctf BeSaii^ Manor aec. C-3: tax 

Bte^ Hairic &uld«^. Inc. to 
BUbm N. Pan-ish et ux, lot !«, 
I^ of ChMOpMffl) CqJoi^ sec. 3; 
tax 141.2. 

Bcmy L. Bryant ^ ux to Chuiai 
L. Browder. Jr. et ux. lot 46, plit 
pf LakevUl* Eitatea aec. 1; tax 
|n.fS. 

Jig Crow et i« to IWUlwt G 



it ux, kit life, plat ol Like- 
Tww Smn^ sec. A; tax $20,70. 

Gordon R I^Utrd et ux to Joie 
IL Stott et ux, lot 46, plat of Kings 
Qnet tec. 4-A: tax 131.50. 

Kidiexi Lem Morton et ux to 
Bflkfert B. Oiarlton et ux. lot 16. 
Uodt 31. plat d Princess Ame 
FUia sec. 5; tw $37.45. 

ItaSarat Elliott White to Robert 
VaOdm A^Mburoer et ux, lot 3. 
blBck M, plat of Cape Henry sefc. 
D; tax IKJS. 

Alva C. IfcNabb et ux to Ray- 
ma«i B. Kmt, lot 6. block 36. plat 
of AirMrbMii aec. 3; tax 931 JO. 

Pocttentas Village, Inc. to Jo- 
aepb rrank Bennett et ux, lot I, 
felick 13, plat of Pocahontas VU- 
Jafs; tax mM. 

tkmrtm Bty hamma «t ux to 
ntA WUttam*. A. et ux. lot 13. 
Mock IS. plat of Aragooa Village 
aee. f : tax mx. 

Ji^ittita Pimiie et ux to Lany 
li. <^iper <t ux. lot 171, plat of 
UiMVtar Sbens see. C; tax |f7.4B. 

llitt 9m Onstnjction Camm^ 
lac^ to Charles E. Maciay et ux. 
tot 15. Mock 4B, plat of Prtoeaas 
Ave Plaxa, sec. 4: tax CK.4B. 

Florttce L Lux to Bttei V. Mil- 
ler. MlIaiidpBrtofliUM,U, 
Mk 41, plat rf Vir^nia Beech De- 
» fi cijitient ODnp^ No. 6; tax US. 

QprdSB Jamn Dqr et ux to 
'Boon % Tftm al n M % 
Mnek ST. fiat of Peaabrake Manor 
wtt ii tax m». 

MSme UoD SUtoaoo et ux to 
Mlel^r IMNb Utetaan et ax. 

39tm W. Baaws et ux to fVands 
ItaiB. Jr. et UX. lat H, 
At^tmH AragBOa ^^lage 

jabiN P»d Wekit et ux tot 
Jota B^Niwd Hmm e| ux. lot 
^ Mock I. pltf of AragDoa VU- 
hgB aae. i; lax mM 

fkAimSUm Corp<M»tion to 
Warifn ft. Saunders et ux, M a 
UiA% plat of Princess Anne Pla- 

«a#e. M; tax mm: 

Qaik-l^t^iil O»ixratioo to 
iimm^ Kile. Jr. et ux. kit 
$i IMek.S. plat of PripeeiB Aone 
Hkb see. 14; tix mM. 

mk A. Lewis et ux to Caittm 

nafi rmm at ux. lot n, bkxk 

ijf, |tat of Aragona >miage sec. 7; 
tax mM 

Clafk-WhHehUI CorpoAtian to 
Mii B. Chance et ux. lol 9, blocx 
JL fM flf Ptl P c ei s Anne Plata sec. 

aK^9^ ' p^a^ ^^^w«wv« 

1^ A. ttvaes to Ernest L. Jdte- 
aM, Jr., part of Site B, plat of 

m#ietli l^iint; tax IttJS. 
Oanaeatid Eirtnprises, Inc. to 

^Obeit Adbson Sbeffidd, Jr. et w. 
tot 4. Mode 3. plat of WtaidBor 
Hoecto aec. t; lax IM.30. 

Ooattaertal EattfiMlses. Inc. to 
DaHd 8. K^m et ux, lot 5, Mock 
t, pbt of Windsor Woods sec. 1; 
tax 111.90. 

PetCT A. Mani, Jr. et ux to Ford 
Motor Company, lot 9, plat of Bay- 
lake Beach; tax HITS. 

Wngrd ftomi Kfa%, Jr. et ux 
to Lawrence E. Watiiington et ux, 
M 4, bkck N, plat of Point C- 
Wpods aec. 1; tax «M.OO. 
, :flity fVere Bawlteson ^ ux to 
' Duncan k CHfford Realtors. UA 36. 
Moc £, plat of Aragona Village 
aec. U; tn IB.96. 

Mehrffle OorporatSoa to Wilbert 
Bkrir Bailga- et lo. lot U, block 
r. jriat of Point 0' Woods sec. 3; 



Col|»rtllen to Woodrow W. 
lot 11. Mock 6. plat of 
Fw^hbniaa VlUage: tax 91i.ll. 

Cmnauyty Cu^om BuiM^s, 
Inc. to Qeorge W. Halstead, Jr.. 
tote 1, a, S, 4. 5, Woe A, plat of 
Goti-HaU Manor; tax till. 

George H. BUtott to Charles L. 
Lopole et ux lot 3, btock 8. plat 
of Diamond S^ii^s HcMnes; tax 
$16.66. 

Armon Real^ Corp. to Kamedj 
A. Piffser et ux. lot 13. block ». 
pM of Pen^tMDke Manor sec. 4; 
tax IS.95. 

■nKH-^ood Corporation to C. I^ 
gme Longest ^ ux, site 488, |^t 
Of Thorwi^good 9«?. 3; tax $42. 

T. Roy Jarrett. Jr. et ux to Eu- 
geae C Bamhardt Ul et ux, lots 
141-A. and IBI-A. plat of Hollies; 
tax 124. 

Attn) B. Jones et in to Jon C. 
McGnider et ux, p«<«l. pl^ of 
Sei^oard District; tax ITS. 

3<m C. McGrwter et ux to J<« 
C. HcGfutfer et ate, 
of Seitfxtard IM^ict; tax I37.SO. 

Oontineotal iJ^erjM-isMt, Inc. to 
A)ta B. Mocre et ux, lot 8. t^ock 
3, i^t (tf Wiwtom- Woods sec. 1; 
tat $SD.as. 

Jeanne S. Rice to Beach In- 
vestment Oxporatlw, lot a. i^dc 
15. 1^ of C^)e henry sec. D; 
tax 161. J 

JeaniM S. Rka to^toMfeHB- 
imtmBit Corp.. lot A, plat of Ci^ 
Henry sec. E; tax $30.30. 

.foanoe S. lUce to BemA Invie^- 
ment Corp., tot 1. block », plat 
of Chautaiqua By-The-Sea and k* 
U, block 2. plat ot Croatan Beach; 
taxtaiso. 

HldMod HoUerith et ux to Rob- 
ert M. Watowright et ux, tot 16 
and part of tot 14. btock 1, plat 
of Cape Henry aec. "1"; tax 
$l7iS. 

llMrtMa JolB) White et ux to Kel- 
Rea Realty k Devetopcient Corp., 
tot 4i Modt 10, piat of Pocahontas 
VQIage; tax mM 



tax lai. 

Mayer 1. M^Mn it al to 
^edgewood ftUdinf Ovp., Ms 6. 
7. plat (d DiteiMxi Lake EMates; 
tax iiao. 

tiark - Whitrtill C^rporatkm to 
William Louis Klimc^mki et ux, 
tot SS, btock 4, plat ot I^incras 
Anne Plaza sec. 14; tttc I36.K. 

Ford Motor Company to Etewlt 
0. Blandiett et ux. lot 23. plat ot 
Thalia Acres, S3c. 5, tax $9.90. 

John D. Wei^r et ux to Samuel 
C. Simmons et ux. lot l. plat of 
llMirough^xxl Estot» sec. 1; ti^ 
$44.85. 

Herbert L. Kramer et i^ to Ar- 
mani m Ci^ian et ato, kA 11. 
square 23, plat oi Vii^nia Beach 
property: tax $80. 

Everette Wa*ington ^)€ncer et 
ux to Phillip Wayne Waskey et ux, 
tot S; block 46. plat of Aragona 
ViUage sec. 9; tax $18.75. 

Can^anne Hcxn^. Inc. to Ed- 
ward F. Donnelly. Jr. et ux. lot 

Farm sec. S; tax $33.15, 

Den H. Joiley et ux to Jan^s 
Herbert Jon^, Jr. et ux, tot 2S, 
btock F, ptot oi Birchwood Gar- 



Oryital Lake Detwispmeat Cor- 
poratton to Shade W. Griffin et ux, 
tot is and Parcel A, plat of Prin- 
cess Anne HUto Park; tax IS0.25. 

Percy L. Iftutk^ ux to Judy 
Oato Lowe. 2 parcela-ptot oi Bor- 
Oii|h ef Virginia Beech; tax $S2.90. 

IMUrd Lm Smitti et itt to Mw- 
Pat OapM-atkm. tot 17, Mock 9, 
plit of Aragona Village sec. 12; 
tax I16J0. 

C. D. U.. Incocporated to Paul 
Qag^ et «(, tot 15. btock 16, plat 
flf nrto«es Aime Plaza sec 



- t?. 0. P.. iB fO t yaratoH 



Bvoid Bninsofi et ux% ^ 21, 



n» Lake Devetopnwtf Corp. to 
T ft K Caastru^fa» Corporation, 

0m tti, la, Bs. 1S3, i^ of 

SifgtaNB P^iAs see. 3; tax $17. 

Wmf ItoflMy C(»p«-ation to 
Vg^C m^ et ux, lot ao-A. 
$m of Stall C^d^; tax $32.70. 

flea Tfaaly Cocpor^too et ato 
la^oa^ R. Ubabik et ux, tot 3t 
btoift O, put «l Fdneefls Anne 

nm aoc 111 t« m-Ts. 

iMea Beiritr Coi#ratioa et ato 
to Anae R. Lake ^ ux, tot 17. 
yki^ t. pM of Ps^oeoi Anne Pto- 
xa aie. 19; tax ttt^TS. 

HaUnark qpaitnielMB Corp. to 
WUiiMB CamA BarMtt. tot H. 
Mock K f^ ot IbaaingtoB tie 
3'. tax |HA 

m J. Fteb at ux to fevitt 



iaJM 
km 

b^ 4, idat of Princess Aime 
PIna sec. 10; tax $82.20. 

Heo Realty OM-pon^im et als to 
Amea L. Hardricc et ux, lot 24, 
Mock 17. jpiat of Princess Anne 
Ptea sec. 11; tax 111.60. 

nco RMlty Corporation et als 
to RoUAd Chester Sweet, Jr.. et 
ux, tot 9, btock 2, ptot ot Princess 
Aane Pl«^ sec. 10; tax 2135. 

^eo Realty C(»pwatton ei als 
to Geoi^ Lewto Masm et ux, id 
t, Mock 17, plat of Princess Ame 
PUoa sec. 11; tax $19.65. 

Ben Y. Ward et ux to Ralph J. 
Tucker et ux. lot 18. block OC, 
fUt of Aragooa ViUage sec. 4; 
tex $15.15. 

!tori^ Ann N(»-ton to G. V. Rose 
et ux, tots 1-B & 2-'B, plat tA Q7- 
ital Acres; tax $29.25. 

Vtgom T. Doimelly ^ ux to 
WaMSer L. Hountree et ux, lot 94, 
1^ of Lakeview Shores sec. A; 
tax «U.75. 

PocabnAas Village, Inc. to To- 
miko K. Hager, tot 12, block 14. 
ptot <^ Pocahontas Village; tax 
$18.45. 

George Jackson Sdanitz, Jr. ^ 
ux to Mb&i F. Hetons. Jr. et ux, 
lot 180. ptot of Gardenwood Park; 
tax $20.25. 

John B. Preston et ux to Donald 
R. Trundle et ux, lot 16, block 9, 
plat of Cape Henry sec. E; tax 
$37.50. 

C. D. U., Inc. to Jcrtm Marvin 
Woods et ux, lot 10. block 4, plat 
of Princess Anne Plaza sec. 10; 

Aitvent Wreath 

VIRGINIA fiEi'^aH - The rec«it 
meetii^ of the St. Nicholas Wcm- 
tti'e Clii> was highli^ted by a 
demraatration of tiie making ol the 
Advent Wteatii ljy Mrs. Arthur H. 
Gelh^r. 

An Advent Wreath in ihe home 
flf ttch member during the comii^ 
season oi Advent is the g(»l of the 
ch^. 

Mn. Jenes Quinn, diainnan of 
the Saptisnod Robe project, part- 
ed that d^ rdbe$ had been pre- 
sented to the molhere of new 
iMfaies <luring the monNh d Oc- 
iAec. Hie rdbes are made by tiie 
Woman'* did) members and are 
iped at @»e Bapttaroal service of 
tbamw M^g. 

Tim oiBoea vacated by receot 
mOttaiy tranafera have been fflted. 
Ifaft. Artinir H. GaUa^io- has been 
aMiBd prerideBt aid Mrs. Charies 
lA. jBBBBacb fot *^M I'l'M TMiiwiing aac* 
Riary* 



Oens sec. 2; tax $18.^. 

Byran G. ^Kjers^ et ux to Jo- 
seph B. Nye ^ ux. lot 3, ptot of 
{st^rty of WUllam A. Brice Jr.; 
tax $33.^. 

Anna Carpwiter to Geoi^e B. 
Shields et ux. lot 143. ptot Of 
'ItiaUa ^mr^; tax, $47.^. 

F. Lee Warrai et ux to John 
W. a-adley et ux. tot 17. block », 
oJirt (rf Aragcma Village %c, 6; 
tax $18.60. 

A. P. Gilam Corporation to Ray- 
von Parrish et ux, lot 6. plat of 
Bellmy Manor sec. C-2; tax 
$31.50. 

ConttoentM Itet^'prtsei, Inc. to 
Melvto WlUitfn Fnenbaker rt yx. 
lot 24. btock 2. ptot of Winder 
Woods sec. 1; tax $23.40. 

Octave Gautreaux rt ux to RdI- 
iin Clayton Bixler et ux. lot 4. 
btock 86. f^Bi ot Princess Anne 
Plioa sec. 7; tax $18.15. 

Charles Erwin Bingem^ et ux 
to Geot^e J. Seals et ux. tot 3, 



sec. 3; tax ^.06. 

Tar^n Ck)iporatJpn to John B 
Mcllhenny et ux, tot 10, bloc^ A. 
plat of Amra^ad sec. 7; tax 



Servicemen Ih The News 



RJchard E. Garriott, son of Mr. 
«k1 Mrs. Richard R. Garriott of 
Ml An^rly Road, a marine corps 
officer candidate, ro^ently cMnplet- 
ed the first <rf two phai^s of train- 
ing at Marine Corps Schools. Quan- 
tico, that may eventually lead to 
his commissioning as a second lieu- 
tenwit in the^U. S. Marine Corps 
Reserve. 

Under provisions <rf ftis pro- 
gram, Garriott, a studant at the 
University of Virginia in Char- 
hrtt^ville, will attend one more 
six week training session at Quan- 
tico prtor to his graduation from 

collegoO£i 1^_ , .^._, ^. 



M^ffise Private Joseph C. Hogge 
Jr., son d Mr. and Mrs. Jbseph C. 
Hogge of 2220 Great Neck Road, is 
attending thi Marine Mechanical 
and Fu-idamentals School at the 
Naval Air Technfcal Training Cen- 
ter, NAS, Jacksomrolto. Fto, 
• « • 

Army Pvt. Chartes R. Trotman, 
am of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Trot- 
man of 808 Sixteenth Street, re- 
cently c(»npleted a sbc-we^ pow- 
erman course irt the Aimy Ei^- 
neo- Schod, fWt Bdvpir. Va. 



' ^ri ft-"mWtlng, nhiaa wife, 
Virginia. lives at 502 22nd Street, 
was promoted to sergeant recently 
at Fort Hood. Tex., where he is 
serving with the 2d Armored Di- 
vision. 

Carl B. Matney Jr., whose par- 
arts live at -fiMS-H Decatur Drive, 
was appointed a warrant offire; 
upon graduation recently f'"om the 
U. S. Army Aviatkm School's offi- 
cer fixed wing svfator's course a^ 
Fbrt Rucker, Ato. 

Matney is a 1964 graduate of 
Princess Anne Ilie^. School. 
• ♦ • 

Air Force PPC Olaf J. Osmund- 
son, son of Mr. and Mrs. 01^ M. 
OantHidson, d Providence road, 
recently conpleted an advanced 
aiitorne court at Fort Carojrfjell. 
Ky. 

* 4> • 

Army PF1C Fukon E. Kemifii, son 
ol Mrs. "niomas F. Kariph (rf 727 



'Woodstock, has paiti&pat^ in a 
thrfeie-week field trai.iing exercise 
in Germany. He is a tank driver 
in Cwnpany C, 3d Battalion of th? 
division's 37th Armor near Chail- 

sheim, Genpany. 

« • « 

Airman John W. Goodlett. Jr., 
son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Good 
left of 213^A Lo.idon Bridge Road, 
is a o'erwnianber <^ the guided 
missile light cruiser VSS Spring- 
field, flagship of the Sixth Fleet 

in the Mediterr.inean. ' 

♦ ♦ • 

Navy Lieutffliant (j.?.) Robert D. 
Fuller, «») of Navy Chaptain and 
Mrs. Robert P. Fuller of Wythe 
Lane, participated in a joint Ca- 
nadiaa^J.S. exercise as a member 
of Air Anti-Submarine Squadron 39 
aboard the anti-submarine warfare 
support aircraft carrier USS Essex 

Airman 8/c Carl L Joyce, sm of 
Mr. and Mrs. Cari W. Foster of 
%48 Norlina Road, has beoi grad- 
uated from the technical training 
course for U. S. Air Force" electri- 
cal poiwfer prdouction specialjiste at 
Sieppard AFB. Tex. He learned 
M operate md repair diesd en- 
"^m gci^rators and is being as- 
signed to an Air Force unit to 

Greece. *x \ 1/ . 

♦ 41 « 

Avtotion Ordnancanan 1/c Bland 
U. Creetanore, USN, husbmid 0.' 
the former Miss G. J. Brent of m 
Silvercrest Lane; and Airmai: 
Ralph Taylor, Uffl»I, son of Mrs. 
I^a F. Taytor of 501 Baldwin 
areet. is participating in opera- 
ttons in the South China Sea off 
tfie coast (4 Viet Nam while serv- 
ing aboard the attack aircraft car- 
rter USS Bon H<MTmie Richard. 

♦ • ♦ 

Airman 3/c Wallace F. Duncan, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Doiver L 
Duncan of 717 Hilftcp Road, has 
received his first permanent U. S. 
Air Force duty assignment after 
completing basic mliitary training 
at Lackland AFB, Tex. He has 
i>£€n designated for training aid 
duty as a communications special- 
ist. 




mM. 

Bil^ G. Durtiam at ux to S^ 
0. Tedder et ux. tot 12. plat d 
Fair Mewtows; tax $22.80. 

R. S. O^Mnie et ux to Alfred A. 
Flynn et ux. parcel— plat rfKtwis- 
viUe Dlrtrks; tax ^.50. ^ 

Eugme W. Royali et ux to Frank 
R. McKato et ux, lot "A," plat 
of Thalia Farms sec. 1; tax $«).50. 

Hoyt E. Goode et us to Patrick 
D. Mortorty ei ux. pari d i(As l, 
2. 3. 4. 23. 24, 2S. 28, block 29, ptot 
of Euclid Place: tax $15.75. 

Daeam Constructtw Corp, to 
ForrKt M. Sullivan, Jr. et ux. lot 
21. btock 8, plat (A West Alanton 
see. 3; tax |^. 

Napolitano Realty Corp. to, Joe 
Emo'son Brown, et ux. lot 11, 
block 37. ptot of Pante-oke Manor 
sec. 4; tax $21.75. 



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^MS nn UifKf^ taxes. «»- 



iiiuiHiiiiii le vole in tMiPruiiary 
nott wnnne'. Hie deacUine fw 
pi^taig the tetea is Deceny!»er 9ih. 
Hm &st wianiiatiwyd nwetlng 
ctf a teen «f ao raidi^a m te 
^O. 1^ deaorlae ttiefnsdves as 
"llSni Qamooite. " was d^ed haa- 
% to etforts to pt imi% people 
PialSbtA to vi^ in the n@a ^c- 

THe meting was iwU M the 
hone of Bill llionias, a Si»rs, 
RodtMck onfrio^, who Uvea on 
Pewtor Road. Tlnmas was dectod 
pnaaAsA of the group. Jama Au- 
gi^M^ amrtbo' Sears eatp\s^, 
mm tiectad vkeix^idait, and 
\raikBi Hd)edE. a tdei^MMie cam- 
pat^ mjfkyee, was dected aee> 

Beside residents of the Haci 
area, the roe^r^ wqs attemled 
by Danocratic Nattonal Commit- 
toeman Sitfaiey S. Kdlam, lyaidia- 
TCB CeweitaiaB James Dwt}^ 
«id Baysiite Coundtanan Larry 
Mar^uA, who iaddraUiUy is also 
aaemidcvee of Srars. 

KeHian cooiiieided the nei^ 
bn^ood^g^herfe^ in thdr efftnts 
to oi^nze and briefly addressed 
the gw^. He d^ewsed the up- 
eon^ 0ty Cowdl electim, and 
' s^, "Nobody kmws whai tte 
Councikrattic dectlon wiU tatu 
idaee, but ft wfll fjrdbtti^ be nect 
yea, uaiess tiie court upsets it'* 




pe^)|)OTtiQnn)ent 
of Tir^Bia Baaeh Oty CouncU,, 
halt tfmw la aoiM omfusitti at 
pMaoA as to who wall hear the 
CMS, Aice a ttaree-^idge iederd 
court has mi rec^ntfy that k has 
no jiffiadictiOD bi the matter. A 
group of dtiaens flkd the suit some 
mmtfas ago in U.S. District Court 
sedcing at-large elections for Uie 
eatin Coum^ or for reiqjpcxlMffi- 
iiM^ of Uie present Virginia Beach 
Boro^ia oo a oM^nan, mie-vote 
basis. In this pcescot.C^wndl, one 
man reproeols mA ieroui^. with 
tiie excepU<n U Virginia Beadi 
Borou^, which has five refxnesa^ 
atives on the Ckxmcil. TUs dtM^ 
ti(Mi was brought ai>out by tte 
mer^ of Prince^ Anne C<Min^ 
and tke Qity of Virginia Beach. At 
that tiAe, the old City Council am! 
the n^icess Anne County Boai4 
of Suporvisnis were merely ^ined 



City (^nt^ ha aheady a^ 
graved its om plaii far re^;w- 
Uonm^t, wfaidi m^ be iqdield 
by a cwirt. The plan involves tie 
d«:toi (d M lAman csmdi with 
<»e r^nreaartathre tram aach bor- 
ou^ uid fmsr at-loie r s pre a ent a- 
tives. HoNtwrn. all rertdarts of ttie 
c^ wMld ^^ite on dl U councU- 
flurtk (Widi(Me3. 

At the Plan meettug, Kdl^ 
advocated die OotsKA plan, s^^ 
ing. "The mod toipntad fxrsMi 
to you is your oMincilman. The 
city is 50 mttM Ing. If wf don't 
keep a coundhiun in Midi area, 
it'll be hard for you." Kdlam add- 
ed (hat die eoudhiuffl htm a 
given area s^iuld be ri^ where 
voters can talk to hfan and diacuss 
any proUems. 

Kdlam ak) said, "Hw Demo- 
cratic Party is far ckner to the 
peq^ thtti die RqxdilKaa Puty. 
It has a fiff bdter understanding 
of people who have to work and 
live in a dty lfl% this." Badcally, 
prot^Rs tcr die (kppusntion in 
the Plna have spurred from re- 
caA schod tad ioau« ^Ksputes, 
and report»fly anti-orgaoizatk» 
r^ideite capsized on tiie (tta- 
putes and led the ^it to carry 
the precinct for the GOP. 

ComiiM«emaft K^«n e^^ 
si3»d the Dead for fftm^mts 
Wnx^ audi as &e.nefr iOi la 

DemoQv^ fa pnver. Me W # 
little disapvement anmog 
bos of tiie Party was not 
and diat it is aot oeceuary to 
agree with eviorytidng the Party 
does. In his remaria, K^wa poh^ 
ed out die imptutanoe of ntioiad 
and stde kadardup in the Demo- 
cratic Party, but emphadied diat 
the noost in^xtrtant poaoo to a 
small area is ihe dosest elected 
ofiicid . .* . the City QwncikniM. 
A sectmd meding of the newly 
created group wUl be hdd Novem- 
ber 30th, to ma|> out future drat- 



SINJUREI) 
W WRECK 



pb ware aet to area Iwplt s i i Frl^ 
day a^ fcOMriai a iHr ear ae- 
ddeot m tniflBto mA Boulc 

»^ . . I . 

Bdii» sqr MM of ti» ^Mdcs 
Jmpad lb ittaiM tM^ sod cd 
Misd wMfc IfaMa 0^ vrtitxes dut 
tog rush hour trallc. 

1%e ctt-, Aiveo by Han^ S. 
Watson. «, of die 74tO Mock d 
VWdwopd Drive, ran acrc^ ttK 
msdim Str^ bslwem Ikvis anf, 
Chtaeae Oonwa m It was weatr 
bound, pe^et sdd. 

Patroknan X: L. LaCkdta sak! 
Watson's (^ siwoiMd into a va 
hide headed etak tkt^ the boute 
vard that wn drtv«i by Raymond 
E. Mui#y. 23, d die ftOO bkidi 
of Sdum %-eet Itatoon'i car nm 
^MD oraund by die tanpact d tb 
acddeiit ad if s rear-end Sbudi 
two other automdM«i. 

According to piAce, Wdson and 
his brother, Alton L. Wdam, 38 
were treated at die Little Creek 
Dtopeasary and were tmslerred 
to Port«nouth Navd Ho^td. 

Murphy, his wife, and dieir two 
duldren were dao tdcen to Ports- 
mouUi Naval Ho^itd, pdice said. 

Two pd:«0Qs in the Mrd car, 
litfie P, F^rtterson, 37, and her 
six-yearoM dauf^^er, were treated 
at NcHfoHc General Hcmipitd. The 
drivo- of die diird car, Dc^ie E. 
{HMersan, wtt nd in^ffed. 

No <»i4 ia the foorUi automobile 
was injured oi die accident. 





SANPBRIDGE APPRAISALS GO 
TO CITY COUNCIL FINALLY 




Cof C f» 



ymftsm. m^m - An early 
iooniii« hrsilftid at Priace%j 
Amie PUoa oo tvm^, Novonbo- 
ao, wffi laundi a wUrlwkid mem- 
beidiip drive by mambars d die 
Vk^aia Beach Chaadier of Com- 
meroe, aoci»di^ to Ifiefaad ^v- 
vi(tes, diafaraaD d dw niend)«^p 
comn^tee. 

M hreaUad vosktn will hear 
die Chambtf ^ory from Prwklent 
A. B. Oews axid wiU be shown the 
\nrginia Beadi movie, "Yours tm 
the dioosing." 




CEREMDIIIES START 
WORK ON 2 BUILDINGS 

LYNNHAVEN — "nhe comerdjone for the new Lynahaven MasMilc 
Temple wiB be lak} di Saturday, iimarbtsc 27. 7!ie new buikUng, ex- 
pected to be fiddled during die ai»ing d 1906. is k>catdl (» f^lorlii Ly^- 
laven Road, of Virginia Beach Boulevard. Tbe ceremonies nnarkii^ 
the sdting of die fird dene will begin at 1 pjn. 

TTie Grand Mi^er rf the 71 diou- : 



Maaodc Gnad Mader d Vfe^ 
gida, Waller Albert Porldr. 



sand Muons in Virginia, Mod 
Worshqiful Walter A.* Porter, will 
be on hand to lay the comer 
stone. Memboa d Job's Dat^ten 
Bedid No. V, d \%ginia Bea<|h, 
win di^ and the ca«mony wiM 
be ccmdueted acceding to the 
anci«rt cudons d the Maswiic 
fraternity. 

When oofx^ileted. the white 
glaked bride buildfaig is eiqieeled 
to c(^ appnobnately |8S thouduid. 
Lynshavoi Lodge iras bartered 
early to US, ud its 123 memben 
have beai meettog at Lymdiaven 
Me&odist dun^, while (rians bx 
die new buSdii^ were b^ &id- 
ized. 

Two boiav afto- die cerenxny 
d &e new Tenqite at 3:30 pjn., 
Porter wil take pifft to the cor- 



nodone laying ceremcades d the 
new Kill's Grant Presi^taiMi 
Chiu'ch on Little Neck Road. Mem- 
bers d tile Job's Daight«-s wfll 
again stag. And die c^remoi^ will 
agdn fdlow aadnt ciatoms d 
the Masons. The paat^ d the new 
dttirdi, Ri^rooDd C. Fltttoo saad 
die WonUpAd Master d Lyndia- 
vea Lod|^ No. 220, Frank A. Clay- 
tra, hav« extoded a cffldial b- 
viti^on to the gen^d pd^ and 
j^ odMr cfaisdi mi Mmak Bod- 
ies to l^bwater to attend both 
ccnmonles. 

Grand Mado* Pnter baa pnu:- 
tioed nnedidne in O&viOs for 
ttdr^ yeurs, and has i»eo cpifte 
active in profeoked and Masadc 
<a^BaAions as wA » hi Ceaam- 
n^ aibir,.. 



CRy Maaa^- W. Rasidl Ilatehett (StoC rlMla fey MiiR). 

Council Hears Pntetts 



VnwmU MIACH-Clty Coundl 
Monday mooning heard {roteds 
from "two fronts, t^ ^^r^:: 

R^esentativea from ll» Vlr-^ 
gtaiia Beach Couk^ d Garden 
Clubs and the Ocem Park Civic 
Lei^iB [Htitested steiugly againd 
die cooatruction d du-ee large 
sj^jboaids w Nor^shp^ Bou- 
levard. Coitocil anpreved the ap- 
pUcdieiB for die bfflboards d its 

1881 ifiBR^^^* 

Mn^iffsd the Councfl d Car- 
te CMNa dt^ a dty ordtoaaot 
wUch fertilds ^ cansbruetton Of 
mA 4am m dw 



bids «jdi eoQdtactkn fai redd^n- 
tial «%as. He said the <My kt 
toQowBig me tav ana not aiwwit^ 
condnictkn to odier duui buabiess 
ams. 

Mtt^attsdd aoimm^aa com- 
posed d CouncflBisq James Qar- 
im, Mn Gihitt, Reeves JotaaBn, 
member frtm die Cotodl d Q•^ 
den dubs and himaetf wfll aneat 
and diaeuas dto problem d dit 
atrttail pei^iit ttoie. 



YIRGINIA BEACK - Without 
fanfttt or flouryi, th« two sepa- 
rate and privately<d>tained lyiprai- 
st^ d the dty's re<»itly acquired 
laid d Saaftridge^ wa^e preaented 
to Vlrglnlr Budi CUy Cutncih 

Icmdi^. Tl» two long-awaltad a!>- 
)raisab w«re read to Council 1^ 
Carrdi dough. City Purohastog 
Agoit, thm handed over b Coun- 
cil. No action wtt takoi on ttem. 

Hie qifH-aisals were necMsary 
bdora Uie City can gd up to ftfty 
per cent d die purchase price of 
the land from die Federal Govo'n- 
ra«it. Undo: die proviskatt d re- 
cent l^idatkn, an area ngay ap- 
pfy tsr Federd nKWiey nd to ex- 
oetA Otty peitaBt to be appUed 
to die purctoe price d land to 
ba used fn* reo'cktoiial purposes. 
Qiy Council hu already i^iMtived 
die iMirdiMe d 144 acTes of land, 
having oceanfrant «id bayfrott 
property at SandtMrklge. The pur- 
cbue {Mice a^^ed on was Wt- 

m. 

tht two appraisds, made 1^ nr$> 
nie red aaliia OMweras to ^- 



nd and dfaer malor aftortsab 

Bvf^Ht CMacifean Larty Mn> 
dull breu^ up die law papsad 
by Ooi^ress eariNr dite jwar 
wfak^ pmiAs UDboard cmstrve- 
tton in etanmercial arear and for- 




^ia Baach, m^ira aqiectad to be 
to die Midi of Geindl sapipil 
wada afo. When it was fin| » 
ttimobi Od^ die qppmteds ware 
i^ aoi^^. c^ officials hoped 
to iMivt ttiam back to ten Ibifs. 
One did coma to dqteg dut time, 
but was Mt rdaMi unttt tod^y, 
akag «dtt die saoond appniaal. 
GoodBM»iafv<4ogaii, wfak^ re- 
turned the ap|x«isd <pddd| .sd 
dw \md vdue d m»m. altoigh 
an dnpfayee of lltf mm 49n 
aent a letta- to die fhgWto isaeh 
in juMlAid asme 
dsl««id'he dmiit 



jxcssslve ^rdlt was bd^ made. 
.Since u.ai tone, all ot foe ut^s 
vave been brought to Vf^ And 
City dficials have dd^iM t^ 
>urdiase price, saying the 0ty 

quite fortunate to ^t 
large ^act d beachlrmt properif.( 
Iliey dso stated that the land 
n questkm is one d> tne last areai^ 
available for recreatimd puiposeg 
dt Virginia Beach, ami that tb^ 
have already beoi dfered more 
;ar ti% land duui th^ paid for it. 
Ilie land ,is to be used for ^an 
additkmd surfing area, cam^% 
and swimmii^ as m^ as othtf 
purpt^es. 

Tks controversy rradtod Wadi- 
ingtm at one time, and ene R^ 
pdriicen Omr^vfuui adted for 



an tov^igaticn of te brvuadiiB. 
ttu tovedlgdion was nd ffiftol 
aft«r the ai^t A9ty bej/nm 
knbwn. U if-^ocri^ ^reedNw 
did die Feted QmeemmB^^tM 

M^ duMlMy win grad #.to 
luLf d dM pMdMMe fskt. i<lae 
h^ City ofiteid nid du*«vad g 
aii n«i^e is takon d dw t«« ^ 
0^tt^ dw fi9n wffl bt f* 
oi^ drvarsr dose to die price pm 
0^ ^Hft^iiaiaiida rtifli^iiad 
his cWvtettoR that the «r^M 
prlcr^Sd 'itSt." ^ _"^:^ 

It Is ho^ now Uiat die TaSM 
Govermnait wffi act «i die mi^ 
very so(to. la dte^ fo b^i piloa 
for die raowatkMl area by Md 



SEVEN CHJI^ Nl 
WeHWAYS PKSE 




ctrrsTME 

IRnEASES 



VIRGINIA BEACH - A rise d 
marly $2 million to die ta»Ue 
vdues dt public service corpwa- 
tkm property has boosted the ^'s 
tax tdto by $ii8.soe. 

Fwu'teen corporati(»is were 
UQed for $740,045 im persond pro> 
erty and red estote taxes fdr 196S 
accordtog /to city records. Hie 
levy fw Idd year was $821,536. 

The $14»4l.XB tocrease to as- 
sessed values on tangii^e parsm- 
d |«t^etiy wr:e die printory ba- 
sis for tiie higher tax Mils. RmI 
estate aaseasdi v^e rose $S»,Vti. 

The dtf s lop taxpayer is sUll 
die Cheap^ k Potomac 1^ 
(Hume Oxpiapmy whose tax 1^ is 
$344,196. ««ddl is dXNit $81,500 
hi^ dum Uot yea-. 

Tile V^to Eledric It Power 
Cmr^my b aatxfdA widi tbls year's 
bill tstoiiB|«ir.»13, approximetely 
$slfkB roan diau )aA yew. 

PKsonal pn^rty owned by aB 
14 corpowttoos have an assessed 
value total d $11,908,134. Real es^, 
tate Indues for 1965 are $1,087,327. 

The State Corpwation C«nmis- 
ma assesses {MibBc service prop- 
erdes d 48 per centd fair markd 
vduc. T^ dty apptes its tax rates 
-$8 p« $100 of {ieraoBd property, 
and $3.10 to $3 d red estate, de- 
pendtog on which borouj^ rate is 
apidicdUle. . . , _ 




af tta 
I aajisrft lynbavm Baad. 



d! to 

noMk. 

wsjdswts "wm tmm te ood I 

you (4he dfy) hxy." 

Ai r^ to PvtesoQ, CBjP liin- 
i^ar W. Russdl Sdcfadt sdd, *1^e 
arc mdEhig a farmal oOdr becdiae 
VtaiN* Baadi ittaods to keep the 
lake ill dto piMc totted. We 
don't lad the iake ifiouid be 
owned jnivddy or by tbe gavtm- 
ment'VHatdiett wed ofi to 
diat ha persoosAyhad 
ed wWi Norldk Ct^ 
Thomas Maxwell on die wabfaAt 

In odwr adka dty Oowdl ap- 
proved a proposal by die City At- 
Inmey's office wfaidi will reipire 
mdorcyda to ham dty Ucenser 
tags as wdl as dl otho- vdiides 
which op&ate to die dty. 



Legtslation k 
Possibility 

VIRGINU BEACH - Tliere is 
a pdtdblltty diat legidation may 
be iatroduced to die 1986 General 
AaadnUy to rapiire oM^ircycltfts 
to w«ar preteetHW crash hetaids 
while bravelb^ (|n Vhrginto's higb- 

iStato Po^ce Superintended C. W. 
Woodson Jr. add last week tiiat 
ha "iM^dn't be suipriaad" to see 
su^ •eOon next ye«. 

So br.diis ^ar, diree* persons 
ban been kifled in ntotim^cle 
accidads to Vlrginia^BeadL 

Part d die UsfflM on the increas- 
ed nund»r of mdorcyde aodteto 
is die tacTMstog Ambers d the 
tw!o^«flwddi vdildas. 

,Woods(Hi sak! die.mDt(Hr(7des of< 
fd- Iittle«r-4k) front end protec- 
tion to die driver to m aeddeot 
He abo saU diat it is imdetenidii- 
dde wbedier RiotM-cyde acdtets 
occia- jd a Mgber rde than odier 
types d acdte^. 

Tlie majority d d^dhs dsoamliig 
torn m^reyde acdteto are 
cwsed by severe bead ta^Jurfss aft- 
er die driver kMS cnifa^ of die 
vdnde. 

WooteQ ^d die Divldfio d ^ 
litory Biieirdi and UtitSag, 
«^iidi (mjptfa UHs for tbe Qdi- 
end AaMMy. «ltod him for.tn- 
ftmadidi f«te% on aixy laws 
fifulli^[{ iBslonsyuie asMy. 



I^cten aed fa^ki. Id 
di» M iahM»M .$aMi^ |M» 
aiMwe ma ^jn^ puroiaae pflie. 
A ipihsanMi foi^tfae dty said dwt 
Qm 'Bdmi and tayior sppndid 
kid tdm aadi a fang tfma. be- 
(anise Uie Qniriiad ^farmed out" 
part d dto appfdad wait, iMdi 
vaa lid MUMid WHt reeeody. 

^^er O^m^ agreed to puit^ 
die land, aevand penona begaa a 
oo D twi yarB f, ohait(ing tint die 
price was far too M^, and ^t 




Tws Arrested 
In Abduction 

VIB0B4IA »:A0H - Pdice 
sai4 earlier dds week diat two 
NorfoBc men have been chargad 
wfd) die abdudkn ahd armed 
robbery d a supcrmwkd manager 
diis put wedwnd. 

DonaU C. Meinhard. 4S. d dw 
4800 btock d Frodburg Lane, who 
mnagas a TIaiee Qiant to tbe OQO 
Mode d Coktoid Ave. to Ndrfdk. 
said Ms car was forced off New- 
tt|wo Road near Davia Comer Jud 
bttare 1:00 a.m. Simd^r. 

Ifetahaid said fie was forced to 
strip dkiwn to his unda^h(»ls d 
guapoint «id w» toid to lay face- 
down to a dftm to «Mle0(«e tem- 
pentoxte. 

P<4toe said John B. Hadley. 26, 
of die 400 bkidc d W. 21d St and 
Jda L. Miller. 24, d die 800 
bkKk d W. 31d St.. are being 
beU in coimectkxi with die <»8e. 
I^lke sakl bdh num are unem- 
ptoyed. Th^ will be giv«i a pre- 
limtoai^ baring Nov. ». 

Tlicare was no money token m 
dw hddup. 



Building Open 
By Dee- 1 

VIRGINIA BEACH - A neady 
constructed dfice buildii^ on Vta-- 
^ Beadi Boulevard, across 
&«m (he entrance to MaUbu. is 
ache^ed to <^wn by Dec. l. 

An dfteid rf Byler Realty, 
ageda lor dw bulkdag, sdd die 
buttUng diotdd be occupied by 

Vam, uBUa. 

Ttw fauOdtog^ Boiterard Office 
Buikfiag. has appnnbndeiy ».- 
OH aipare fed of fkm- spMw, 
miikfa toddke ate dd« froeito on 
dw gnxtod ^oot «bA 14 offices on 
Ibe second floor. 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The City 
Plannii^ (Aaimission reccnniKid- 
ed seven ^te^^ to a maattf 
U^nvay pte^^fy ComcQ Hm- 
day nopi^^ «^ dl were ap- 
(Mxived by couadl. 

Hie $89 mttM plan for dw re- 
sort ci^ li a jdtim d a $^ 
mUUoa h^i^ pha damped to 
meet the hHm^ traffic needs to 
dw stMeliy 1910. • 

fpbif Spitth at |2ssodates, c^ 
si^^ ai^ie«c% s»«pared dw |t- 
glMid plan^^v^l^ dw feda«l |Al» 
eatanot MyM^Ui iaaen 16a 
d _ 

Cduntiisiioii mg* 

mmy id^tert: nvHw irid- 
eni% d fi^mlt ktnsm beldaap 
ttd Stiyt aoTito juactkai vtt 
Padfi<}^Av«aue wifl <8vkte dw 
oxnimid^ d I<«of1h l^rgida 
Ba9eh,li(^ Bead i^-d-<way to 
dw N«di Vhgnia Bead! aeedoii 
shouU be tot^uiHl as dw majm- 
road widi codrolkd accas and 
diat it be «didiad from Ftrt 
Story on dw Norih to Slat Stred 
(to Ite 'Sou^ 

"hk Road Bteeeplar: Hw ToD 
Road i^eneptar, aiddi to n «► 
temon d Ikdiy Rmd siiould be 
extended thro(^ the tow Iwd 
adjacent to dw Vkginto Beach 
indoerator and Junctioa wttb ¥aAM 
A'venie at 2i3t ^i^,' otMiftig 
along iPuicB Aveiue to 17th ^red 
mA to Narfcflk Avoaw on Ibe 
Soudi. f)iis fadUty wdl dteperse 
tr^ic destined for Nordi and So^di 
Vi^into Aaaoh uid r^iVe cen- 



gesttoa ttinm^ dM Mo^d-^jrw 




Inni Baitws doreito a 
pofalt Nordi d Himm dRmlh to- 
Isnw^h^ wift^hi asilai^ pte^ 
tion d laOMi RhNl Baai ' 
Nartti d PrlMese Anna 




An adcMofld road iMMttbibiA 
soudi d PrwjiisiKiJbwi i# ia> 

d^JttQMNr^Hy>way.atttai 
pafta C% Itawt ta 



lertd «^^Mdd fee 
nu^ig^MBi Qa 




cfaaags, sd^ d y^^t^ 
W!|gatf1oFpan»Mli 
Bridge, aad Siidlwni ' 
Also.fanvidbig aeeesa to> 
lated^ dw Virgida 
ikaA. 

0mA Neek Rtel: J^|y. 
pidiea eidili nitjbr 
Uf^i^, to(tedi>« 
vaif. 

stiuctkn, indutfi^ a 
tlKi.! tHidge across Mag Ors^j 

VfefgWa Beacfe By-Pte; ttilk 
dindaatton d the Viin^^||aaiii^ 
by-pass froni Givat V^nm $» 
AdMitic Avenue is nqonmMi, 
ibe knpravemeiit d Holly ^^S0 
ttd dw Tbl Road urtomplari 
ifeoidd anrva d» prajeded Mfe^ 
vdumea. « 





Cd. HastetlerKGeivesdieUgtoBd Merit as AfafS-liaalellerlpiea, 



COL. HOSTETLiR 
LEGION OF MEMT 




. t1 



FT. mjsns — Col. Jerome K. 
Hostetltf. recoitly retired ccm- 
mandi^ officer of Ft. Story, has 
been award«] die Legion of Merit. 

He recdved the distto^iidied 
award kr "exca^ionalty roeritor* 
tous condud to die porf ormanoe d 
outstanAttg service'' fcur dw period 
d January 1957 to September 1965. 

Durii^ this dme Cd. Hosteder 
seryed at Ft. Story as assistant 
cb^ of stdf tar operattons d dw 
^ Tran^iortation Termtoal Com- 
mand, aj^ as conunandtag oHew 
d the i4di Tran^^ortatton Eto. Be, 
also served to Eurt^ widi tito 
Sevaotii Anny as dwf d the 
bn^lag. optntiemt aad mm* 
mote divl^ of tb« 'n^mpd^ 
tk« Section. 




A dtatioa 
roedd comnowiM Cd. 
for playing a "primaiy|r^ la 

braasportiMui mr^' for. tbe 

armed forces d Ms oaiair|f;" 

C^itawi^ BodeOer wm fHwignatt 
as deputy cooopHaraflg (■Boer af 
Ft Stmy SBti dwtJ. S. Amy Sap- 
pffli Element to 19H. b Mr ^ 
UM be aiiMHA jsottn^ «r tiM 
pod. Be retired frdtt active du^ 

dw MMh mmmim at m 
tostaOitfcB fey OoL MnK ' 

OMIiidllri. Haddlar A^ 

si m Wolaaea Ckaacer 



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, Nc3v«mj«r 24, 



1965 



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flOR T»« LADIES AND TMBIR OMIOHTKflS 

Kil^ISTMAS Shopping! . . . H > ft**'* ^ 
f&flUms for ihe holiday and gift itcaonsl 
How omr fnost exciting colUctum of holiday 
gifts and those "very special" outfits for tlw 

4*rttMlif *-'*J'-^ tttf|||f flU^A/i 

-v=^v^p^^p^p^p^^^p^rn^^^F^p^^^r^^ — = — = — - •- - — - - ^ — 

(Be0nning DccembW Jsl :0i iwtt be open 
evemngs Monday thrtt Friday to 9 PM 'til 
Cfmstmas Evt). 

Thmsday Ni^lt— Men's Night 

Op§n Monday Sr rNj i iij #vfmi^# lU 9 p.m. 

Stn^t^ iMck Bhd. Mm. BMch, Virf inia 



■man 




ttealbf a iMk at lh» «k|ilay « ph IfrMltoM «i 

e^d dhnk aanud toaar aHI twit n|Mi*W irfh 



(hU&if beUad Marli) is Alaa tua i j . (ftelk ^ 



tftlill ift Ml t* 



6iy.lLBg iMfttt 



Junior fianten 
CluliMliti 



OMony Juaior 

iMt i««^ fai iiM 

Grt^ trill 9 




Sad) iMMber bnM|^ «i w- 

NB^^AMBt UliCT ll Wt lif a ItO^ 

a0ir'a rMin, Un. Gdigwr, ite 
^' odiiiMar. jii4M<i ttt ar- 
nagmnts and gave ^di ptnm 



f^artu eJLl 



wf GOakwrnam 





A^^Mmal Hm* ^ be heM 

«f dHM <Mt tf }«oiM[ and 
VMflv hie. 1^ jHrter cMb pUma 

WW CBBHk 

flw M Ad iMn to make 
4ieiir«tUiil Ittr « GMtMn tree 




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''%mNf En COATS 

kWOOLCOSWMB 
$UITS * 

Reg. vatws 46S^i45 " 

•WOOL DRMS^ 
Keg.mues$m^tM: 



• WOOL sKmrs 

Keg. palms Ji5-$35 

% off 

30? Utkln Ro«y 1 30 College Place 




VIStGIMA BBACH - Mrs. m 
liam l^iego- and he- oomnttee ^ 
dedk^ted eiergetic womai atafM 
Am mask luncheon bazaar IHt 
week at Galilee Episcopal diurd). 
Ihe women d Uk church worM 
for a year in plamAi| and ex^- 
i% the hsd-rala^ pitiject. 

Tueitor IM, b^Mi^j^ iitmm- 
ed for the lNU»ar, Iwd boottu wM 
st^onery, oMtome ^^ 
du'latoMB decorattttHi honemaR 
Jellies, Jaim, (»Q^t tai cook^ 
white ele|teBto, nfladfawiNic aoi 
objeoted^m. 

LundMin of FVndb patties dt 
turkeyi filled cradbory sakid, bet 
party rolls, csdie a^iwiM tnd cdf- 
Im so-ved (ram men tfl S pJi. 
gave the iboppcra aid browsers 
a futt day for i^ectbig ttie offer* 
ings. 

At 2:30 pjn. AeChUdrei's BooOi 
was opttied with wtides Milii^ fof 
as Uttie as 10c to the 8^tcr-«diod 



Ins. ItMHI pl*,^ 



IMrtii's wtfifliKfA vrvaid nid Mwot 



TMAqi, ahowtd cvMndfe af thv 








Ou-Minai f«% far !i^|N and 
|;e»U t* %• Md MPRr W 
]Mb 7:11 p.!h. Id 9:11 pil. tl te 
%8M li an^ Lo««, tta presi- 
aasl. 





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HLAilNGOIlS 



Atlantie Fuel 
Oil 




Day or Nlfht 

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-- serving the 
I4INTH Largest Gty 
in the 
United States 

aEAN 

PREMIUM 
• HEATING OIL 



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FALL SPECIALS 

Ho APr©INTM»«IT NSISSARY 

SPECIAL 

CLINIC PRICES 

flDNDAY - Tt;Efl>AY - WEDNESDAY 

wtmrasiti^ONLY 

I^T OUR OCEANA lOCATldN 

I SpedaJ BegnlBr 

I Maireitt 50 

#ftiam|^ & Set . .$1U)0 
# f nt ll«lo«Kh . . .$3.95 
§ ParmanMls . . 



$4.95 



$1.dO 

$1.5(> 
$4.75 
$6.50 



%mk. i^e^rmed by students 



GMsiT neck — lite No^^a3nl)er 
meeting of the Grek Ned( Garden 
Club was hdd 2k, tlae heme ei Mrs. 
I. t. Fel witfa Mi N. B« God> 
frey seK^ aa coboi^ea. ' 

••noUday Decor" was the pro- 

^wn preaeirt«d 1^ lii. ArdHfi- 
H. Gada^er who showed how to 
make beautiful tMUdteiy (kso^ttois 
from vdiM you have^ltJ. 

The men*a? voted to hdp witii 
OiKTBtkn Reindeer {ox tl» Wit 
Hamrfnirg State Hostrital. 

Mrs R. M. Mions ^as avardad 
a triK^knr rfliboa in the artlstk; 
class, and Wue ribbons wfnl to 
169. A. £. BiBfeas, Mrs. R. T. 
9(^, and Mrs. D. A. Wei»t«r. 

^^^^al^i4]bim 1MW amtPded to 
Mrs. J. H. C«ok» Mrs. feptr; and 
Mrs. Feii la Inrtkultti^ , 

Kathryn Knoq), a m^^axast^ at 
the CoU«ge of ^iat TWesa bi Wi- 
nona, Minn^ota, was a men4)er 
^ ^ -product 1^ for the 
Speech and Drttnt d^iartm^t 
theatre's produattmi ^ "Ah Wil- 
derness" done rec«i^. 



Louts 0. Beatfy. sni d ^, and 
Mrs. O. L. Beatty of ISI6 Broad 
Bay Road, nd a freaianaa in en- 
gfaieering at >^^Ua "FBdi. is 
onong tibe cdlege's hew glee club 
HMAJb^. He is a fradm^ of Cox 
High Scbod. 



yittJifii 



MVHBH — Ite Upaiiii^ei 
WNliJIg t ttle Late Jtw Garden 

Him^H^ p. Smv ai t^ie- 
ym^ Fumaout atgirdCT 

CWbs of NorfcA and Vicinity, Inc. 

"J^ing" camellias by the use 
of Gftlwellic Acid or Wooder^rd 
was pr^ented l^ the hor^mdbire 
diairmffli, Mrs. Crodntt. and ^ 
explained that ttw {VoeeH not onfy 
advanced the bloom aeasoa o< 
camdiias but aiso ina-eaaed'ttfi 
siie of the bbom. 

Plans wo-e conqdetd to have 
the amntal Christmas i»rty on 
Deoembo- 8 at the 9wre Drive 
IdB. 

It was amoHOced thiA the cy)'s 
aniMud Oiri^mM greens sale wiU 
be IwW Decen4)«- tt frwn 10 a.m. 
to t pm. lA Bedside Hardware 
Stwe. Proceeds from the sale 
benefit cliA) projects. 

Glimn)od Pait Garden dub. Those 
wtaning rflibons were Mrs. S. M. 
Parko", Mrs. Seay. Mrs. Crodtett, 
and Mrs. Cecil H. Reed. 



BIRTHS 

Mr. and Mrs. Jobn G. Perry ol 
1S13 Sk^^ avemw aniKMince the 
biith of liidr first ^aiA, a son, 
Joha Genttrd PWfy, 5r.. « !*">- 
venriMT is. at Oe Geaersl Hoapita} 
of Vi^inia Beadi. Mrs^ Perry is 
the former Waa Joan ShearouSe of 
Orll^. Florid. Mr. P«rry is a 
SOI of Mrs. Jbaephte H. Peny of 
North Carolina. 



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DAY & MIOHT OASSB 

6 DAY Mi nUAL. 

COJMMTf COURSE 

$250.P0 



WICS $39.95 
I00> Humai;i Hair 

HAND MADE - $99.00 

Aaycdsr 

WICLETS$II.W 



Special T» Tfiofte Tlmt Hwfi t^nie fttm OHitor Stutea Fsr Additional 
Hours To Quolify f*r V^inla ^Mo Aoard. Froo Scholaidii|is To Those 
That Qualify. 



CEANA BEAUTY AC/MHyi^ 
1737 Viivinia Beach M^. 
Fhono 4284146 



JANAT WEAUTY ACAD^Y 

1274 N. Military Highway 

Phone 855-2061 



X 



/feKY NHSHT TW. 10 PJA.-4aCEPT SATURDAY NMWT 



CsttUfB dab Daw^e ^ tte Cavalle^-Ca■gW aaaware. (PIctare by Bolce «a««). 



Oardinai fiC 

VIBGBnA BEACH - A most 
enjo^abie meeting of the Cardinal 
Gffl^ Ch^ WM held Noven4>ar 
9 at the home of Mrs. Oiarles 
Reed on Cardimd Road. 

Tte interesting program was giv- 
en by Mrs. Rolf WiUinns who 
^poke (Ml "Christmas Deoiratimis." 
^e {resented many «-ignal and 
creative ideas on tms ^jed. 
■ Guests for the occa^n were 
Mrs. Jackie Kirklighter. Mrs. WU- 
Uam Decko- and Mrs. R{^ Down- 
ing. Mrs. Norman Bartels was 
welc«a«l into ti^ ckib. 

Hie ck^ wiU 1« sellu^ Katfar^ 
Bebh candy as ti^ir money mak 
tllgH^eJect for tbe yem-. 

Tlw niffliibers of tlK chib mil 
entertain their husbands at a cock- 
taQ p«ty oa Decenb^* 17. 

Ilie business nwetii^ f^ De- 
cember wiU be held m tiie bnne 
d Ifrs. Witentf J. FVank on C«- 
dbial Road; after vi^iidi the club 
wiU be the.bowHred ^lests of the 
Bird Neck Potet Garden Club atH 
the Cavalier Golf and YadA Club 




WUtii« lor {Mm at the CotiOkn Oob 



). 



^MRKLING SOOA 



Onctore by Boice 



itff?^ 



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mat's a party without a drink? cord for soda is a mBd detergent 
The small ity have their miUc or ) A little dry soda on a sponge 




fruit punches, teens their fancy 
shakes and colas, and groiwn4:^s 
. . . wen, th^ have theb- favorites, 
too. Every (fa-iidc calls for a glass 
aiK} in moit instances, s«ne t^se 
(tf mixer or ^aker; and every 
gji», '^axt or Asdnr eventual^ 
has to be wai^d. 

With the big party season ahead 
^Mi can be prepai%d its the big- 
gest sui^ of glass^a^iii^ of 
the year. How to handle it? If you 
let glasses stack' up until you're 
reacfy fw your regular scheduled 
round of di^iwashing, those that 
contained mflk vUl sport stiAbom 
rings and mNiriA odor while tlRwe 
that contained fruit (kii^ will be 
lin«i wth bits of bard-drkd piz^. 
Botti lyre tou^ to tmm^, and 
oftei^ evra defy tiie (&bw|sher. 

Your be^ recourse is to fiU 
every ^ass or shaker with water 
and add a dash (A baking soda 
just as so(m as it's onptied. You 
can the) let glasses sit until &e 
urge to w£^ than moves you, at 
which time they'll be done with a 
mininRon amount of ^art. C^, 
you can line bie sink with yoin* 
r^NMr dram mat to prevrat diip- 
ping, fill it up with warm water 
«ad three tablapo<Hs of baking 
sbda, and Uien add the passes as 
they come tkX the fini^ line. 
Ad^ Oils titst meti»d «id ^ass^ 
«iU oime dean of thefa* own, ac- 



will whids away any lingering lip- 
stldc marks, tlioi a quick rinse 
and they're not only clean arid 
odorless but more sparkly thm 
you've ever seen them. Stage man- 
agers of BroaJway plays have 
feng onployed tfie trick of dkndc- 
ing each glass er oystal {n-op m 
a bafcb^ soda K^uCkm bdore it 
goes m , sta|^ so ttiat it really 
shimmers rn^er tiw limits. 



COMMUNiOII 

VntGnm WmSSi - Coiporate 
Cwwhunioo for Mei and Boys will 
be heW SuD^y. Novanber 28, at 
Oaddlee ^^rfacopal diurch at 8 a.m. 
A toeakfast wl^ foibw at the 
Amoii^pi WUst Lod^, 9etfa and 
Padfle. To- itf OoiamwKants. 

Coi^rmatkMi classes are beii^ 
heM for adidts (m Monday evenings 
at 8 p.m. stfid for dilMren on Sun- 
d£^ aftemotms at 4:30 p.m 




SERVICE 

VDWHKIA BEACH - Tne tradi- 
Uonai T||EBdc^v^ Day senice of 
First diffdi of Christ, Scientist, 
kcated at 209 :»)th Stre^, will take 
plac« at U «Ja Ibursday mmn- 
ing. 

Frieods, Ae|||bboi»t and tin pdb- 
Hc are especialt^ invited. 



Jinmiie Hoggard and Iris Solfee 
-CotiUton Cbib dance. (Staff 
Photo). 




wt ift^_ ^Htm^^itt aMaBanMa IB 'pasty j.. ~r - 1 

ty «i^ t»l iqi i^aMtag, tale ymr cue frem BraadhnQr st^e 
aifAs Mis 4iid( gMa ss4 ttjWii frifa la si laHifl sste'-si 
liriora ssMltf tfam sa stan. 



Frencli Salon 



NORfXNJK — lie^e^^ Com- 
mander IficM % Vwin df the 
French Nsipy lift be the guert: 
s|)eaker « ft* nesrt mectiag of t-ie 
Frewft Silvi of the W emgi^s Cld> 
U> be bfiM SonAi^. JJovaaalwr 28. 
at 3 p.m. at Oe CMb Hnse. mk 
Fairto Atarabe. 

Ks fDoSt^eia fcak win be given 
in Freadi ail «« be « •!« Cam- 
bo<^ vtt pK nil fcaw»8"-?;^am- 
bodia and the ■ftwpte* <* Anchor 
Seen by a F ran dhMa . I^«sently 
servlM as iWbtiftt Wl« sod Re- 
qofremo^ Onesr ii llM^s Su- 
pnme Mna OiottBiMer ^itic, 
^. VoWn has sered k M^tetant 
a^ fS^msa abaard a»e Itartroyer 
-^SersiiH," iiaa taahfldar « the 
H;^^ MP "Ji^irte d'Art," and 
m& s«*1i Qaabo* »«dor <rf 
Tedmkad ^ffvicfi tor fte newly 
created navy, d this rec«rtly in- 
dq>eiHia(it natkai. 

He dso served as di^ engin|Hr 
aboani flie mliate 4e8tra^r "l3r 

petit Tlsouars" »*Wi 1«e * recent 
vistor m tMs p«3t^ aid is now re- 
ffl(fi^ in Vta^te Beadi with his 
wtfe Marte-TlRrese and fteir two 
dtfdren. 

TTie FYosft Sakffl is <^?ct to aH 
iiAa'^ad li fl» ci^WR^tional use 
of tite nwdi l^gui^. Students 
and teadw:« Kk Ftindi we espec-' 
iaHy wckwne and we tovitad to 
ranain after tbaledure foe Uw 
soclai Iwur whHnWww- ^ 

It is s|Misirai ty te Wonan's 
CMb aod by Mlm Sciany!i, 
French Omsti in !«Dri(^ 1A%. 
Ber^a Flta^ tvf^ b diair- 



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WEDDINGS 






VnGIMA lp(»-4«iss Xfmt 
MftentelMi^mdB* ami Wdb> 
M Ue SHi^ of Mtfw Qim 
il«i« marled Sundte^ aA 4 p.m. io 
<he FM IMMM0WI*. Ike 
ccmMM^ mM pcnwnwd 1^ ttw 
Bev. BflVft«ty f^, fmtm <d thi 
dNvA. 

Dm hrtdi a the dtngHe- oC Mr. 
and Mrs. Mn W. Mca(^« of 
V}|^tata B^db. Th« Md^Qun'i 
pi^rts af« Ifr. and Mrs. Ek^ar 

E. Stc^» ol IbAlMir Gto. 

Ifr. McCoiribs give Ms dM^ 
1^ ia in«Tii^. |ft^ Jcto E. Mc- 
Canfas was matron d hcxwr. 
Bridesmaids were Bfrs, Sally Hdp- 
kte, Mtas C^n^ia Stoasworth ttid 
IO* Jai« Atbmimm^. 

Mr. 9Mi|riei Vtt ^ mui for 
lite aon. Grooiamn wen FMUq> 

F. Slides. WilHam R. SUples. 
Grover Carperter and John E. 
MdConbs, 

,.A noefbm was hdd in the 

^ge itienry Room in 1!ie Am«ri- 

"canr Afttf ni wedding' mp ^ 

W^iijgini, D. C. the cwple will 

Wdrorad. 






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* MASSHALL-BROW^ 

VBtGOnA miACH — Ibe mar^ 
liige «f 1^ Kathryn Louise 
Brown md .kita Danid MarsbaU 
took place Oct. 24 in the Bay^de 
Aaptirt ClMKdi. 

. , The bride ia the duii^iter of Mrs. 
PkKmx Hod^ &«wn (tf Vir- 
gil^ BeadL Mr. Mardu^ is tl^ 
aoB of ttK Me Mr. wd Mrs. Early 
James MarslMill of Vktn-ia. 

The c«'em<»y was ccmducted by 
the Rev. James V. D^^. 

Ihe bride w» givai in marriage 
by bo* brother. Junes Gariaod 
^twin. 14i< l^rawn was matrcm 
of honor. 

tOsi E&abdh Garland Brami, 
^Veee of the Mde, was flofwer giri. 

Joaeph Garns- SpeigM was best 
Man. VtiKTi vmce Jd^ Carltoo 
1^1^ and Bdbert Le^ Mann 
Of Q«we. David Gardner %)e^. 

f^ bearo-. ' 

f\)Hofwing a r«:^>ti(m in the 
HaaA^ social hidl, the ooui^ Hit 
fcr a vradding trip aka^ 9cyfoe 
Drive Tb^ will make their h<»Be 
sA 232 Portview Ave., Norfdk. 



Dm^ Puwna were imrrled 
Sate^ A S p.m. in Es^m 
ttora OajpA.!^ 1^. L. J. Tay- 
kir, Jr. ^^fomd ^ ^mnuy. 

The Mde is the daugbtar of Mr. 
and Mn. Dan RiAtt McOaaney. 
n» Mdegroon is tt» son of Mr. 
and Ifrs. Jmd^ Curtis Parsons of 
Ironim, (Mo. 

Tho Iride waa giv« in manii^ 
by h« fad^. Mrs. Nswtan Caipn- 
ef razid)e(h C^. N. C waa ma- 
tim itf hcmor km! Misa Brae& A. 
Elmore of Ncvfek waa m^ of 
koMT. Britksnuri^ mre Mrs. 
Join Arrii^tim «f l^rioBi, Mrs. 
Lbiwood ^rleUand and l&s 
Brtnda L. Stains. Miss Debra L. 
Cttper of Qkafeeth aty wa jim- 
JM- bridearaaJdt, and RandaU K. 
Carper, i^ Of Elizabeth Oty, was 
ro^ bawer. 

Rouid S. &wad was bert man. 
GroomHnqi were Larry Lowe d 
Ironton, N. Robat Carpw, Jr.. of 
Elu^b^ City, John A. Arrington 

ni lAnmim^ nlit 1^— Mia 

A recq)ti(m was heid in ttie 
churdi pari^ haD. After a wed- 
(Hng trip to Natural ftidge. the 
coi^e wiH live in dw Pidma 
Apartm«its. 




ENGAGEMENTS 



mm BARBARA LOUI^ WALKER 



4irMt 



VIRGINU BEACH,- Miss Dana 



^miDCm, N.C.-4liIr. and Mrs. 
Willaid aevdaod Ferr^ an- 
nounce the marrii^ of dMir 
dmghter, Miffi Lennis Faye Per- 
refl, to Lt. &yn Lee Boinett, 
USAF. 

Lt. Bennett is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Earl Bennett Sr. of Virginia 
Be«fa. Va. 

The ceremoiy todt fiact May 
31 in Highland Methodist Church, 

Ral«^ -...^..^^.^^^iu^-^y^t^^^^ 

The tmde is a juniw at East 
Carolina CoU^ where she is a 
ToeBBber d Chi Om^a aodal so- 
rority, Woniai's HonM* Council and 
Student (^vernment Asaodatioi). 

Tlie brid^room is a graduate of 
East Cardina Cdlege wh»e he 
was preaid ent of die amifU' wl ais, 
noiior Court Appeals judge 
mairiier d ll^a Ou social frater- 
nity. He was a member of ^taie 
Stxidfflt Legislature, Student Gov- 
ermwA Association and listed in 
19% dlition of Who's Who in Amer- 
icffii Ddl^es and Univoruties. U. 
Bianett will be Mtendii^ fli^ 
se^ M Oa^ Air Fsree Baae, 
Ala. 



WAUOEMIOLaMIBE 

}Rffi/^iK^ I&7 fuid Mrs! 
WUliam Woddard mftar of Ma- 
(kU, Spain, aoooimce the eagage- 
meA of didr dai^tnr, Barbara 

Loidse WaB»r, to dyde lliomfls 
Hkdcofflbt. 

Iflsa Walur la a si^er of Mrs. 
iUtdi Md)owdl ^vm of ^Hrginia 

Min Walk» graduated team die 
Knox SciiDol fpr Girls in St. Janias, 
Long Island, New Yo-k, and at^ 
tanded Gariand JuaiiMr Ccritege in 
Boston. !^ is now tidying at Oe 
Unhwrsity of Madrid. She was 
{»«satfed to society at Uie WMi 
jBt«malioaal Debatutie Ball at die 
Palido da Wf^KfM Ua^ this 
guBvner. '''"'^■- - ' ^""-^r 

Ifr. and Mrs. Wdlmr lived in 
Nbrfjik from IKS to 1960 when Mr. 
Widker vaa political adviser of the 
SufHcme Allied Command^-, At- 
Imtic. He is now die United States 



TODERICO-REGIjniER 

HAMPTCm-Mr. and Mrs. John 
t Toderico announce d^ enp^^ 
ment d their dau^ter, Miss Carol 
Jean Toderieo, to Pvt. Gewge H: 
Renter Jr. 

Mr Ri^tor is Uie scm of Mr. 
ar.d Mrs. Gewge H. Register of 
Ches^)eake. 

Miss Toderico is a graduate of 
Kellam High School, Virginia 
Bench. 

Mr. Register graduat«>d Cram 
Great Bridge High Schtwl and is 



Hie wedAr^ wiH tskt pkK« die 
latter part d dtis month. 






wid 



cANApJwawra 

l^mGINlA ^eacr - Ifr. 



and 



Agency, Fl. Devar^, Mass. t 

No date has been s^ for the 
we^ng. 

NIXON-SANSING 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Mr. and 
Mrs, Horace L. Nixon announce 
the et^agement of their daughter, 
MiM Unda Anne NLxon, to Pfc. 
Gregoi^ A. Samir^. 

Mr. Sansing is the apn irf Mr. 



HAR1TOG-R0ESLE 

VH^INIA BEAOI - Mr 
Mrs. Ivw Ei^aw Hats^ aii- 
noiBice tt« ei^i^enoit of their 
daughter, Miss Kadierine Jean 
Hartzc^, to Pvt. Michael Thomas 
Rcesle. USMC. 

1 Mr. Itoesle is the son <rf Mr. and 
Mrs. Clareoce Joseph Roeslo oi 
Virginia Beach. 

(Miss Hartzog graduated tfiis year 



^inglnlleulA^y'secuky U«*n.F'-ank W. Cox High School 



-<rf Antv J^ 



Mr. Hdcomfce is a son of Mrs. 
Sterling Davis Holcorobe and the 
Iflte Mr. Hokombe. He ia a grad- 
uate of Hargrave Academy in 
Chadum and attended (M Donoia- 
ion CoBi^ in Norfolk. 

The weddii^ will take place at 
Virginia Beidi on January 8, 1966 
ta die Ftart PreaMoian Chturdi. 



Un. Andrew Josefih Caimda Jr. 
announce die, er^igGBa«it of his 
4 sister, Miss Cfladys ElkidSeth Can- 
ada, to Harold Miltrni Smith Jr. 

Mr. Sbith is the son of Dr. and 
Mrs. HaroU M. Smtth of Savaaoah, 
Ga. liie Mde-dect ia die dau^r 
of tiie lAte Mr. and Ifrs. Anfrew 
JffiiefA Canada of Lymhbi^ «d 
die granddaughter (tf the Me Ifr. 
and Mrs. Mmer Thnnas Canada 
d Lynchburg nd die late Mr. and 
Mrs. B^erly Bernard d Roc^ 
Moint. 

Miss Cffii^a was present^ to 
Lyndiiurg society by the Debu- 
tairte G«man Connnittee at die 
Onnstmas Ba& in 1961 uid is a 
mmibar of die l^pin^ers Gaman 
Chd). She ^rwhiated from St. 
Mttry'a Jvamc CoU^e in Raleigh, 
N.C., and plans to receive a B.S. 
degree in elemoitary educati<Hi 
from die Univereity d Georgia 
where ^ is a member of Qii 
Omcfa social satrity. 7 

Ifc ihittt a^miei p^Bc 
sdiDols in iavannah ami Georgia 
Milttary Cdl^. He jrians to grad- 
uate from the Unhr«-sity of Geor- 
gia School of Vete-inary Medicme 
in June and holds a mennberi^ 
in Omega Tau Sgma frateinity 
and die A.V.M.A. student chapter 
at the UniversUy. 

A De<»fiber weddii^ is j^imied. 



andale. 

Um Nixm is a graduate of 
Princes Anne Hi^ School and is 
attoiding Hicks Academy of Beau- 
ty Culture. 

Ifr. Sansing ipaduated from 
Princess Anne Hi0 Sdxxri and is 
servu^ in the U.S. Maine Ckirps, 
rtatioaed at Camp Geiger, N. C. 

ibe wedding will take place in 
Decembti'. 



and is attendirtg O'd Dominion 
College. ^-" 

No date hai bsen set for die 
wedding. 

Mr. Roesle graduated diis year 
fr«n Prmceu Anne Hi^ Sdiool. 
He is stationed at Camp Lejeun?, 
N. C. 



LAWHORN.JENKINS 

VIRGINIA OE^OH - Mrs. Ada 
Lawhom has annwuiced tlw en- 



ROQTU^-REYNdtDS 

^raOINIA BEACH - Mr. and 
Mrs. Aliert Edward Rodtus an- 
nouKe the engagement of their 
dai^er, Mias Gail Shan» Rosi- 
tus, to Lairy A. Reynokis. / 

Mr, Reynolds is die jsm of Mr. 
and Mrs. John H. Reynolds. 

The wedtog will take place Dec. 
11 in Easton Store O^l. 



gageroehtorTier daughter. Miss 



Virginia Lee Lawhorn, to Raymond 
Thmnas Jeidclm. 

Miss Lawiwm is die daughto* of 
Charles H. Lawhorn of Knoxville, 
Tenn. She att^ed Floyd E. Kel- 
1am Hi^ School. 

Mr. Jenkins is dw son (rf Mr. 
and Mrs. WUliam R. Jenkins of 
Virpiia Beach. He is «np%ed by 
Southern Materials Co., Ind. 

A June wedding is planmd. 







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RAMPEY-MOULTON 

PORTSMOUTH - Mr. and Mrs. 
Roy Gary Ran^)d annotmce die 
tfigagement of dieir daughter, 
■Miss Gary Mae Rampey, to V^ 
liam Et^ne Moulton, Jr. 

Mr. Mou!t(m is die son of Mr. 
mid Mrs. WilMam Eugene Moulton 
of Virginia Beach. 

Mias Ratnspey is a graduate of 
Hdmes llieolc^cal Soninary. Mr. 
Mcxdttm att^ided the I^kniolk 
Dhdsion of the C^^ of WiHiaro 
andMary^^*^ 



PERSONAL 

Ruth Ann Hood, die dau^ter 

of Ca|3t. A. H. Hood (XJSN ret.), 

and Mrs. Hood lus be^i ta|q;>ed 

by Pi Delta Epsilcm hoiorary 

joumalisni society at the Utdve-- 

sity of Ridmwnd. Min Hood is a 

junbr in Wesdiampton CoUegc and 

a monber of die stoff of WCRC. 

She is a graduate of Virginia 

Beach High Schod where she was 

a member of die International 

Relations Club and die Nadonal 

Honor Socwty. ^^^^^== 
• • • • 

E. A. Koster, Vir^ma Beach 
refK-esoitative of The Uncdn Na- 
tional Life Inmirance Qxnpany and 
a member of Ri^F. Mitte ft Asso- 
ciates, NmfoOc, has be«i nianed a 
winner in the company's recent 
natum-wkie Minute Man sales con- 



JORNSON-SYER 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Mfs. Ken- 
neth E. Malbon announces the 
ei^agemeirt of her daughter. Miss 
Elayne Evelyn Johnson to Lee 
CrawfcMtl Syw II. 

Miss John^m is also die daugh- 
ter of Reeves E. Jcrtinson of Vir- 
ginia Beach. She is the grand- 
(feu^ter of Mrs. Reeves Temple- 
ton John»>n d Virginia Beach and 
the \ai% Mr. J(4inson, and Mr. and 
Mrs. Dtuiaki Macrea Hall of Flor- 
ida. 

Mr. %er is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. L. Crawford Syer of Great 
Nedc Point. He la the gra^bmi 
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
Syer, Sr. of Portsmouth, and Mrs. 
Berkd^ Miiwr Fontanie d P(»ts- 
nKMidi and die late Mr. PontaiiK. 

Miss Johnson is a graduate of 

Princess Anne Hi^ School and is 

a student at Mrs. J<dBiBi»i's Secre- 

- tttth d Schod in NorfoBc. - ^^ 

Hflp. 9jw is a graduate d ^fer^ 
foils Acadwiy and is attoiding 
Rando^A-Macon Collie in Ash- 



die engagemmt of dieir dM^ter, 
Miss JudiUi Lynn ElUott, to Don- 
ald Lee Fox. 

Mr. F(« te the son (rf Mr. nd 
Mrs. DavW L. Fox &. 

Miss Elliott graAiated bom 
Frwak W. Om Hi^ Scod aqd is 
attending Norfolk Businett Col-, 
lege. 

Mr. Fox is a graduate d Tmck 
W. Cox Hi#) School ffiid Is aitMid- 
ing Stenotype lasdtute d WaddBf- 
ton, D. C. 

Tne wedding wiB tidce ^act in 
Septen^r in St. Jdm's Ludieirai 
Owrdi, N«*rfk. 



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aimmer wadding is fdanned. 



VmG!NIA BEACH ~vli. and 
Mrs. Walter Leoi laiiott aimoimce 



LABBnCR-GORANBON . 

VIROINIA BEACH — Mr. pad 
Mrs. James A. Uasiter unooDce 
die engi^ement of didr (faugbter. 
Miss Mary Jmie Laarito*, to Kirk 
V. G<Mranson. 

Mr. G<»ran8on is ttie mo of Ifr. 
md Mis. Robet A. ^tflrntWft af 
Hartland, Wis. 

Miss Lassiter te a aemor al 
Fr«k W. Coix H^ Schod. 

Mr. Goranom p«di»t8d i^ora 
Arrowhead Ki#i Schod, Hartiiad. 
ai^ is servtaig in die U. S. Nafvy 
^Uoned at Dam Neck. 

No Me has been set for tte 
weddtog, , 




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ConveKtrtiap malGa^ in receai 
yours hay0 beea the aack, the 
dwnise, tie "good Wack basic", 
die Mod LMk and now. die late^, 
seem to be die smock, of all 
things! Yes, the paint^daidwd 
work smock OiailtoB VMtaa wears 
in his role of AQdielaiigelo, in die 
film "Hw Agony and die Ecstasy" 
has really had its influeiKe m 
many d the whiter fadiion collec- 
tipns. In Bob Bpfttd'i colec- 
don lot Bam VYMB«ider, Boguid 
introduced a kog rimt-sleeved 
yMe smock dreas widi much r^ 
plii^ grace to its slim, easy-bdted 
Ihies. You mi^ be interested in 
some of Hestai's commoits at a 
reomt Manhattan fashkm pre^ 
conference. He aaki, "lliadc good- 
ness faAkm ia insfked by the 
men's ck^ies of diat FlerlBtfiie 
period inrt^ of die 'wimai's 
since diey were !&e tortioe cham- 
bos!" mitwi hM aome atra^ 
ideaa on Kdi wfimen ihoukl took 
today. "I hate womoi «dio wear 
divioia mi&e-up sucfa as white eye 
lids and white naUs or too much 
eye aake^. I alao Use ghis to 
k)ok l&e girls and sot Utde boys 
-«r aqosre box tops." So, you can 
aee wi^ "MMwlaafela" Heatoa ap- 
proivea of Bvgand's ^modeed 
Preity One's k«la in the aoxxii" 
pm^m^ {noto. 

BOOK CHAT 

U you're bodi-giftij^ tor Ohrist- 
mas, wl^ fua it ^ to bring the 
rig^ book and d» r^ reader 
togathtf , Bare are a few sagge»- 
tima. F^ the GoamMftCodc: "Go- 
ing Wikl in the Kitcheo,'- which 
makea dw {MparaOm of wild 
gami^ aad freabKai^t fiib easy 
and enjafakk, by Gtihuit Parke 
. . . "La Bdie F^mc^" a goor- 
m^'a gokte to die Freodi prov- 
inces w^ aver 4W reeipea. by die 
editors of Rndities ... and 'Hush- 
room Cookiay." bae is ijae mush- 
room from soup to iMts, by 
RflMttaBeMB. . . For tfie Dedkat- 
ed Godener: 'I^Mirk^ die Card- 
ena of Europe." die o^ sva&Me 
book di^ deacribes tfae gr«A md 
maB gudens of E^ofope, by Dor- 
iOxy Loa McFaddan . < . FW die 
Alt Lower: "Great Paiattop of 



AU l^me,'.' widi hitroduction l^ 
Sh' 3tkm RoOieBstcta and covning 
l(|Oi ar^ifst^ ... For Grandma: 
"John F. Kenn^ and die Young 
Pe&pk of America," a collation 
of die beA of die letters writtm 
to die President and his family 
by die Y<Hith of America ... Fcr 
die Fisherman: "Tlie Art of Pli^ 
Filling," a oonplete new gukle 
for men and boys, by Homer 
Cirde, editor of Spwts Afidd 
m£^azine . . . For Teen Gh-ls: 
"Tlie Seventeen Gukle to Your 
Wklenii^ WorW," hints, talks, tips 
on how to todc your best, attrad 
bays, give parties, by Seventeen's 
editor-in-chief Edd A. Haapt . . . 
and for the Bourbon-and-Brandi 
Water Guest, die pra^eqt stoddr^ 
shiSer for CSiristmas mom, "A 
Gukle to Piris E^*ants" (diere 
are three slim volumes) with the 
most requested mixed drinks on 
alcdwl-rraistant pages widi die 
{^ifH^riate glass on eadi page! 

FASHION FLASH 

And now it's die Mary Ponrins 
gown in vdvet for hostessing at 




z4>P^ ckisii^, sMh tie and a de- 
mure sadloped cdlar of Al«icop 
lace! ... Ruffles are back, too— 
a big detailing theme enhancing 
velvet's ffenininity. They ^pear in 
matching velvet and also in la<», 
home (hiring die holidays. It's a 
lender long vdvet shift, widi back 
or in frothy white organdy, at the 
neckline and die sleeves. Velvet 
odors are pO|Hdar in rose pink, 
shocking pink, onerald, sf^^^e, 
ruby and dtat remarkable radiant 
black diat ody vdvet can adiieve, 
The Syl-mer fi^ thatXputs vd- 
vets in the favcu'ed category d 
easy-upkeep clothes is because 
th^ are spot-and-crush resistant. 
So, when it c<Hn^ to c«i4>linients, 
what greater tribute c&i be paki 
diffli a gift of a veh^et robe for 
diat Important Someone. 

FASII0NABLE8: 

Petite, pert and knowledgedile 
Eogeola Sbq^vd, the omntry's 
top fashion ^dttor for die New 
Yoric HerakJ-trSiune, dways 
beaudfully torned out and groom- 
ed, whose coverage d die social 
goii^ on in Wa^iingt(m and New 
V(N-k this past wedc, during the 
vUA d Prhiceas Mwgaret and 
L«»d Ibiewdra, made you feel you 
were right along side of the gay 
Bogenia, wiw tov^ parties and 
oeople as wdl as rqxirting what 
^ sees aid hears! . . . You will 
fhid docens of the fashionables, 
both here and abroad, as weU as 
scads of human interest bits of the 
foreign and Amerkan designers 
in "The Fadiionable Savages" by 
Women's Wear Ddly's owner JoIib 
Fairchlld, truly an antomy of die 
creators and l^es ^t/bo make 
fa^ion today. (The story about 
die Best Dressed Women is price- 
less!) What a gem d an unuaial 
CSiristmas gtft for a wdl dres#d 
Virginia Beach lad^! ($4.% at me 
book shops» 

GIFTS GALCHtE BIGHT HE»E! 




Ite modi drcM^erei^ed by iBd> 
Ba^pai for Sam Friedlander and 
laapirad by the artist's imoek 
HealaB wears tai the film, is a 
puff^temd vHitte txtpe mack 
aM Bertaa MM it! 



'Tis plenty exdtii^ when you 
lode diout and %e die unuaial 
g^ you (»n find ri^t h^e ai 
die Beach for ^lur Christmaa gift 
list. Did you know diat ^dois 
taste-tem^fa% coofced ftntBifleW 
bans ate g^-packaged and sent 
e^^ywhoe, eiven aa fir awa^ aa 



Europe, accordii^ to Russell Sands 
Marshall of die Seadite Market. 
He waxes endiusiastically ov^" the 
attractive gift sets d aH brands 
of rare cheeses asui especially 
dioee widi die extras for cocktail 
trays! . . . M. G. Gods^, at In- 
gram's Pharmacy, enthuses over 
die fine line of English Leadier 
classic after-diave, after-diower 
and after hours kitions so populai- 
now as "die" men's most acc^ita- 
ble gifts! ... If you'ro kiq^ding 
for attractive stockings and mit- 
tens for hanging at the fireplace, 
die KiM-A-Bit-Sliop has ^oodles of 
kits and Scae Leeb and Lois Timi- 
bull are ready, anxious and wait- 
ing to aliow you how to give them 
a taai knit up! ... A more en- 
duislastk: sIh^ owna- thffii Vlr- 
l^ala Heafri(A«« you'll never 
med. Right now sl^'ll endnise at 
the dn^ of a grape . . . that is one 
of die laiife clusters d vari-color- 
ed glass balls, fastened to a grape 
vine, mddng Wse a red txmdi of 
luscious grap», which when plac- 
ed on &if table near a lan^ or 
camiles, ^ows and glows! Her 
Virgbiia's HoUiles Crafts aod Gifts 
is a REAL bdbby shop. You'Q find 
out when you visit it! . . . Next 
week we'll teH you bU about die 
Sweet Skill's excellent coQecticm of 
moi's smddng pipes and tdiaccc^, 
bdh foreign and domestk: (degapt 
gifts men adore recdvii^ mid 
showing off) . . . The excitw^ 
fimiitaire and gtft gems ymi'Il find 
at Willis Fa^^ttnre at Hflltiv . . . 
and stunning sports coats and 
sweater gifts for men a^The 
ClothiBC CiMst . . . ami, of c(wirse. 
nd forgetting die girls and The 
V01a|E«' togs at Webder's plus 
tiieir attradive gift accMswies . . 
Foley's Git Shop is chodc hill 
of ununial gifts, wondei€ul and 
or^dnd sitocking stilffers and mf^ 
clever GSwm Oiridmas pwting 
cardal . . . And, if you want some- 
one who trulv enlovs helping you 
with your sdectkms, there's af- 
fable Virginia Beadi Uttte llieater 
the^ian Ana Penrfngtoii to assist 
you widi a shop full of gifts at 
DMfam's Gtft Sbapai ... In die 
meantane, have a happy lliaDks- 
givii« widi your fam^ and Id 
Mit die faddon bek to eajpy aO 
diat turkey! 



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A Time For Reflection 



Ni mcent years, Virglnrans have pre- 
sented ocmcrete eviderKe that tfie first 
Thanksgiving was celebrated at Berke- 
ley plantation, here in the C^d DonMn- 
^, a hiW ^if befof e tlie Wlyiirtis land* 
ed the Mayflower at Plymouth Rock. 
The evi<tence g<»s on to prove ttiat the 
feast was held for exactly the same pur- 
po» as was tt>at of the Pilgrims. As 
far as we are concerned, who started it 
ail is relatively unimportant, ailthough 
we am somewhat proud that such a 
marvelous concept was born In Vir- 
ginia. We doubt rather seriously that 
the image of the first Thanksgiving will 
ever change from the somber, high- 
hatted Pilgrim fatfiers in New England 
z^having a feast along with Ifieir helpful 
/ Indian friends to a gathering of Virginia 
Indians having a feast with members of 
rtie early James^>wn settlers. To us, it 
does not matter whether it all started 
In 1619 or 1620. The important thing 
Is that It did begin. 

Like so many other holidays, tf>e true 
meaning of Thanksgiving is almost lost, 
or at y^f pulled ir^ tfte background 
by tradition. When one thinks about 
Thanksgiving today. It usually conjures 
i^ a mental picture of a family gather- 
ed in a central plac» to partake of a 
feast of turkey, cancHed yams, stuffing, 
cranberries, and pumpkin pie. Merrl- 
mfrit it the order of the day, the by- 
product being "togetherness." All this 
Is fine. We recommend it highly, but 
vw HfHJSt loc^ into history and pay trib- 
ute to the origtnal.sign if icance. 

In Wr^ia «»id W Massadiusetts the 
feast of Thanksgiving was just that . . . 
a feast of thanksgiving. The early set- 
tlers paused in their struggle for survi- 
val and gave thanks that they had been 
able to find and live in a free country, 
far removed from oppression. They 
gave thanks that their pitiful crops had 
prospered to a successful harvest. They 
9^ve thanks that they were afble to rea- 



son with their enemies in this strange 
land of plenty, and that, although their 
struggle for more existence w^s not 
over, it was, at least beginning to show 

In short, they met, 



signs of su c ce s s . 



they feasted together, and they gave 
thanks to God for their very lives. 

We are pleased that such a feast has 
been passed through many succeeding 
generations to us. We are pleased that 
we li\^ in this same free land. And we 
are prepared again this year to give 
thanks to God for his many blessings. 

The world we live in today is full of 
problems. There is unrest all over the 
world. Our fighting men are in all cor- 
ners of the planet, in efforts to keep 
America free. They are there so that we 
may celebrate Thanksgiving this year 
and in the future. Our country is still 
a land of plenty. No other country is as 
well off as our own. 

Thanksgiving has become an Impor- 
tant holiday to the food dealers. No 
doubt they make a fortune on the tur- 
keys and all the trimmings they sell. 
This Is good. If fs part of our system of 
free enterprise. I 

All we ^,1>0weviir i> that or^ this 
Thanksgiving day, as we prepare to 
feast, or attend a tradjtlonal football 
game, is that we pause a few moments 
and reflect mvpur matiy blessings. Let 
us give thanks for the religious free- 
dom, for which our founding fathers 
can>e here, and let us giv6 thanks for 
all the.other freedoms we have. Let us 
give tnar^cs that they hvA Ihe-^esight 
and fortitude to come here and build 
a remarkable nation. Let us attend reli- 
gious services on Thanksgiving Day, 
and remember that there are many 
others less fortunate than we, not only 
in this country, but throughout the 
world. 

Let us give thanks ... for everyhing 
... on this joyous day. 




Now We Know 

All rlg^t, let's now begin to con- now lives here, is a former resident of 

sider the development of the City of New Jersey and of a prominent Repub- 

Virgime teach's 144 acres at Sand- lican family there. Keep could have told 

bridge. Now that the little squabble him that his company is governed by 

dxHjt the price of the land is behind the Securities and Exchange Commis- 

us, and those who sought to start a sion and could not be involved in ir- 

little trouble have been presented with regularities. Keep could also have men- 

fhe facts, let us hope the Federal Gov- tloned that his brother, O. D. Keep, was 

ernment will process the papers for half once the college roommate of the last 

the purchase price quickly, so that we Republican Governor of New Jersey, 

«n move ahead as planned. As we Gov. Driscdl. That might have showed 



For the most part, when teenagers 
make the headlines, the stories usually 
involve tragedy, delinquent or worse. 
Rarely do the stories of Accomplish- 
ments make the big headlines. This is 
unfortunate, but it does happen, and 
most of us are prone to remember the 
worst, inste^A#«4ifc-4-emembering the 
good. That is why we wish to add our 
voice of praise to the fine work done 
recently by four Virginia B^ch teen- 
agers. ^ * ^ • - -^ ■•-. - -;-i.-- n--.,^^ - 

The four— Mike Mahan, Ray Robbins, 
Carlton Goodwin and Billy Maston, all 
high school students, have started 
something of which the whole city can 
be proud. ^ ,^,^ ^^,^ .^p ^ - ^ 

They were all close friends of a teen- 
ager. Buddy Brown, who was killed a 
few weeks ago In a grindinq car-truck 
crash on Great Neck Road. They want- 
ed to do somethir>g in his memory and 
something that could help others. They 
began^ a worthwhile project that we 
hope will be followed through by 
others in Virginia Beach. The boys be- 
gan a memorial fund, and they began 
to raise rrroney to provide the new Gen- 
eral Hospital of Virginia Beach with a 
vital piece of emergency equipment. 
In one week, they collected over four 



have said before, it really does seem a 
shame that such a fine effort on the 
part of the City had to be challenged 
by those who did not know what they 
were challenging. It is a pity that the 
fine purpose had to get started on such 
a sour note. But now we know. The 
independent appraisais are in. The price 
is fair. The two appraisals average out 



honest intentions. Or Widnall might 
have contacted William Bartx>ur, a well- 
known Patterson, New Jersey Republi- 
can, and asked him about Sandbridge. 
Barbour could have told Widnall that 

hisBarbours Hills Hunting Club at Sand- 
bridge is occupying land assessed, for 
tax purposes Just as low as the property 
the city has agreed to purchase. And 



W $S1 5,000, or about $7,000 less than Barbour m*ay have been able to tell him 

the city contracted to pay. Half of that, what that Hunting Club property is 

from Federal funds comes to $3,500. worth. Perhaps Widnall could have 

And we doubt quite seriously If the tried to purchase that Sandbridgfe tract 

Federal Government will quibble about for less per acre than the City^as able 

^uch a small amount when such a large to purchase its tract. And perhaps, had 

amount is involved. There is also one Widnall done all this, he could have 

final fact that must be noted. The City beerl.ln a somewhat better position to 

of Virginie Beach has already been of- criticize or to determine if Virginia 

fered by a WputaWe firm more than It Beach paid too much. And should Mr. 

paid for ^e land . . . The land is Im- Barbour ^Ish to sell his property, we 



tartt, mostly because it is one of the 
list large areas of beachfront property 
left und^elc3ped. 

We amtmfy that Rep. Widnall, R- 
N. J. evwi "S^ed the URA to look Into 
the pufflliMe. We feel that he was 
taken m," and could not have looked 
all the f«:ts first. All he had to do 
was ask «>me of his fellow residents of 
Ne^ Jersey and a few who used to live 



can assure him that he will be able to 
get as much per acre as the City has 
paid. / 



hundred dollars In two housing de- 
velopments in the city arK3l at their 
school and turned Over the money to 
the hospital toward the purchase of a 
cardioverter. The cardioveter is a device 
used to stimulate the heart when it has 
stqaped beating^ or to regulate it when 
the beat is Irregular. The devk» costs 
about three thousand dollars, and the 
Tidewater Hea rt AssQci at^n is contri- 
buting iriso. *.,fe:=ss^.ss; 
^ In Brown's case, doctors say that 
nothing would have made too much 
difference. He was too badly injured. 
He was taken to the General Hospital 
of Virginia Beach and transferred to 
Norfolk General Hospital, because the 
Virginia Beach facility has no neuro^ 
surgeon. Acsording to hospital authori- 
ties, there Is not encKjgh neurosurgical 
work at the hospital to necessitate a 
qualified man on the staff. Therefore, 
as a matter of course, patients needing 
that type of treatment are taken to Nor- 
folk. 

But Brown's friends felt that the day 
could come when proper equipment 
could Unake the difference between life 
or death. Then they set out to help in 
Brown's memory. We commend them 
In their mammoth efforts, and we 
praise their cause. 



Just A Word Of Warning 



So, we can offer Congressman Wid- 
naJI a little advice. Either come to Vir- 
ginia Beach and look at the facts, or 
satHfy yourself^jy contacting members 
of either old f^w Jew«y Republican 
families . . . the Barbours or the Keeps. 
TK** ^rti.lri i<»w« llhAia '"^k'! T^^®"' '^ y®V s*"® "o^ satisfied, have a go 

^ ^ ^ ♦T '^'' ^^ ^ Ul^therwise leave us abne at 
vafjffe. tie tmrtd have d^n- mrr.,^,^ k^J^u 

:. T. I^p, Pr^ldent of Ameri- ^'9'"*' T^' 
d tompmy, which sold the land Now ^en, let's get to work on that 
#€ity <rf^^«i# Widi. I^ep, who recreatioAaf area. The fussing Is ova". 



Lots of folks will be taking a long 
weekend this weekend, as the result of 
the Thanksgiving holiday. Many will 
take the full four days. And many of 
those will be jamming the roads and 
hig^hways in Virginia Beach and else- 
where. Too often, when we are faced 
with a long holiday period, we try to 
go too far "for the time we have. Too 
many also try to make it too fast. And 
too many tir^ driverslry to push them- 
selves just a little too far. No matter 
what we say here and no matter how 
much we urge extreme caution in driv- 
ing, there are going to be road deaths. 
This is indeed-unfortunate, but It is also 
a fact of Rfe. 

THeVlational Safety Council always 
makes a grim prediction isefore any 
holioMy, period. Too often It is corrt^^ 
or the actual number of highway fataii- 
fles.exceeds the estimate. It sewns that 
no rn^ter how often people are ur^4 
to drive carefully, there are many wN» 
do not heed the warnings. 

Accidents do not just happen. They 
are caused ... by someone or some- 
ihing. The unavoidable accident is an 
exertion rather than the rule. Accord- 
ing to State and local authorities wl#) 

1 ../- 



whom we have discussed the matter, 
few accidents are unavoidable. %)eed, 
reckless driving and driving while un- 
der the influence of intoxicants account 
for the better part of the accidents, 
whether they be collision or non<olH- 
sion accidents. 

.^ust t»fore a holiday period the Gov- 
ernor's Highway Safety Committee, the 
National Safety Council, and all police 
authorities pass along warnings, and 
fMjlice units patrol roads heavily with 
preventive measures in mind. Unfortu- 
nately, there -^re still those who do not 
listen or feel that it "can't happen to 
thwn." These are the human beings 
who end op as statistics when the holi- 
day is over. To us, there is nothing 
vworse than any kind of automobile ac- 
cident, and nt^hirig quite so gory as a 
fatal autonrrabile acctelent. 

AH we ask Is that every driver obey 
all the traffic laws, and not attempt too 
hf^ a cWstance In a short time. And we 
eA all drivers to "drive defensively." 
Watch out for the other drivcM?'. He may 
not be as awt or as good a driver m 
you are. 

Please drive carefully, and have • 
li^ifiy Thanksgiving. 



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• Educational pnpamtlon of iiSmmI MmiM li 
in the rural areas. A reea^ NiUeall M^Mki Amo- 
elation tta^ Aam 89.2% «tf m MM mOmn «Mi 
no degree. The eonqiaraMa tt%«i flgoM Ji lOA. 

• Unsafe «a^ (VapcMid aai ' 
.hc»lt* haflods In Maqr rural ^ , 

• liie ratfo of phfifa^m and sunMal Mr Vm 
and pepBlatfon waa 178 In ctetrd emm m m " 
areas and 52 in rural tamB ia 1968, 

TO HW CAY0I # 

'To iMlp mral areas *'catcb mf tt^^ttellii^ft Ul 
programs of the Fectend got^unttii^ tm luill Im- 
munity Devetopment Service (KGD6) iM ttmA ttdt 
year to help Riffid Develc^meiit CsBtBltel 
ni^ leaders) and Technical Action Fu^ " 
workers in state and locid Department 
^eld (rfHces to capit^ze on tfasiw new 

The Departaienf s a&n is lo aake ft _ 
residents, communilgr leaders, and lottl 
officials to get the informatkiB they need aheul Msgr 
Fedend program for wMdi Aer are aHgftli rtMMQjif 
the USDA field officp ia each c<Na1r« f ^jmmm 
g^ h^^ In prc^pttti^ asd MDBunB^ Ut^v aH'trawatlai^ 
and in meeting the requirements to quaSfy^of tMfalM 
Federal programs. 

In those states where BCD8 has itala 
field representative will give diieet h^^ to BA0 
mittees and Technical Actkm Faoeh k cfiiyte 
their communityikvek^mient pfojaeta. S6D8MiliiK 
he^ to develop ideas for co mmunltf d e i e hiniWii pt9$i 
ectSp and to expedite the conridlMttH aM IftNto^ o| 
rui^ community projccto. 

^iral Ameika is not an i8hui4 Bot a MBrail 
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Your Faith and You 

BOBIST a GABNEB 



' Into every life, it seems, a Kttle (toii* BttBt IA DMiA H m ^^ 
d persons. It readies Mo the livte of those who seem tobe the Arifig- 
est in the fa^. For Unse who thbdi U iravwmst to doul^ the f^. 
I would answer that unless ywi have exiwieQced doubt ia ywr ftife. 
then your faitfi is in dcdbt. God loves Ite honest doubt i^«D * «#•» 
frtm a reverent seardi aitor His -truth. Videw a p«rwm h» 0ie il^ 
to (k)ul)t the faith fnnn tiaoe to tine, Ms iK a ctetff rndkatioB ttpMhe 
feith has not readi«J very deeply into Ws life. It te oetthtf btrdf to 
believe or di^fcelieve tb«(t which ia not it^portant to you, or i«ch i» 
not real to you. But if your fa«h malters, if it is real to you. thm fou 
will have to come to grips with it, stn^iffe with it and toak» ft 3*qr 
own. 



The child who is reared in the hoaie of deserted sed I 
parsTts is tau|E^ his faM) from die eartert ya^fli, wit* ••••'*'* ^^^ 
come Ws faiUi until he has worltad his way Hmo^ It. the fW^a^ 
examples rf a faith in God are tt«se who nwefy p«r«* ft* it^ WHy 
have been tau^ by parei^ 

Unless one has tile faitii to doubt, there can be no TgH^ l t^ jp9#lh. 
And growth comes with amcommitaBt pain. Peih^ that is wby ii»e 
may thiiA it irrfevererit to doubt, because of »e,|i*to bmfiml B«l $ 
worse fate was <mce described by the man «ho siW: 'flooe ot us ^«r 
grows old; we jtet get oM by not growing." 

Jeremiah knew the roeMing of doubt. For fottfte en jwig w jn ^ 
wilderness he struggled with i^ dodSto. and fini^ jHMrgii sMg 
of Israel's greafesi projAets. Jolm Wesgqr ■wis jwleiis 4(m jyt 
that day he walkwl (krwn ' Alderagate «rcet and 0^»i^)flKti W Syg 
preMice of Qod. KWiai the ae^m of doiibt overtHCfll m, *• «li| «*ef 
to God thai we tttk! Oat of the 1»w mooieiiB 4 fsllh Mfi» ^^ 
the higher momaita of faith. 



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ln0 mMBRI Of ^M 

8Ha mmb M m wUt ai Aa top. 
Hm fe%a AoM Ito pIMI to Mie 

prefw^ hoto. wd ito rooto nw- 
tio^Msly arrmged so toat toejr 
wifl be ^vwtog to Aair ^tfsal 
(firectfons. fhis maU^, iianns 
that id! the rooto wo6t'be oa ooe 
side of itm h^. 

When diggii^ tl)e bole /or toe 
tree. l»ep %» i|hsMlsa{iiMte from 
iit sdl>«d: akeii n^a^ the 
mA, place the topa^ in fint, and 
finish filing the hoi v^ die sub- 
Mi. Tha loU tftoifld be finned 
lAound ttto tree. 

These ar^s shcmld be plated 
ebwA 1^ to ! todies deefw ttian 
tliey wa« to tiie nmery. Me^ 
bt^m or eirtremdy bi^ rooto 
^Kuk be (xA baek to be^ tiMD) 
withto bounds. 

Sux« wtats- Idtag begtot tA 
the tcfs of the brsj^es, toe tree 
shmM be pnmed l»ek a^ the 
eolttogt pait (f the winter is over, 
but before fbtt bads ai^Mfi to ttub 
sptixig. As aocn as the growii^ 
season begtos to the s^xing, tfa^ 
sfaouM be ftrtiHxed ligfa^ (4 to 8 
ounces per tree>^ mtia a tertlUaer 
of 20.5% Nitn^en analysis, Ei^tet 



H. cfed 

to lis taM at m Lonte bidge 
Road. Re h«i Uv«d \m% 11 y«n 
Ihd was a retired ceai mtoer. 

I^rvlving u« a son, Wagme J. 
Mlto, ud a daunts:, Wti. Jo- 
aeph T. Dudey. both of Virginto 
Beadi, and nine ^^aaddAfrra. 



BIBS. AUCS Slffra MVROEN, 

8S, dtod at h« Mom at »io Vtas 
ginia B^A BM, !9ie was a m- 

t|ve of Princess Anne County and 
Ihred most of her Ue to the Vir- 
ginia Beach aim. 

She is survived % a sw, Joseph 
D> j^ndea «f Vtogiite Bead); and 
» brother, E. A. Saiit &-., imd a 
gra«MaugM«. B^. Betty Mur- 
den MictielNn, boto of htorlolk. 

• ♦ ♦ 

MRS. JOttAMNA GREEN <^ed to 
hue toane tt UB Addss Avoue. 
&a waa a ^aa^ter of Spenc^ 
and MtUBlMito ^Im mtM 

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«A NAianr DEY. n. 

dtod to, her b^ tA IM Grert 
Vfock Road. She was toe widow of 
Mba Bt^mia Dey, tomer Prin- 
e«a AaM GNBity hsmer and a 
iMdw to ttie publto We of Tide- 
wator. Stoi w« a Vfelong resident 
of ftrtoc^as Aaoe «d Vir^ia 
Beach, 

S^ is survi^^ 1^ a sm, Jdm 
F\utnn D^ of Vir^a Bmii. 

9 * * 

MDMCA UWIB (HtAlHWOHL. 

moMh oidda^to- of Gary b-wrpi 
wid'lln. IteHia b^run Gr^- 
wohl of 1314 George Street, )hm 
died to a hMpiM. 



MM. MARY MIZELU: MEEK8, 
fl?, toe iHie of I'ista- M: Medcs. 
died to toe home of bo- dnigliter, 
Ifrs. WiBiam C. Wyme of 104 lb* 
wanda AvemM. She had beei vlttt> 
ing )wr dati^rt«- ami Uved to 
GreenvlUe, N. C. 

BesMn her toi^nd md Mrs. 
W^ne, she to survh^ by five 
<4her d«#Aers, km ama, tfwo ra- 
tww, thi»s»- tMPothers, laA ^e^mn^ 
^mdcfaUren and peat p^iddiB- 

drtt. 

* * • 

SAMFORO BDRNELL BRAGG 
SOL, «, of 2732 SKM-diavcn ft-ive, 
has tHed to a hosfiitid. He ww a 
r^r<^ i^n^ and president of 
the Nation and PortanoiKh Bar 
Associ^toi to 1996, 

He is survived by his widow, 
Mrs. Virgnto Lane l^a§g, two 
ana, Switford BunwE Bi^g Jr. 
and Frai^c Bagley Bragg d Vir- 
ginto Beacji; two delimiters, Mrs. 
Jack Mowly Roehn of Mes, Mich, 
and 1^. Wibm P. JKshop of Cd- 
nor, Md. : a sister, «Mi five grand- 
children. 



Survtt^ besides 1^ JMraMs 
and fnitfiimd are a dai^er. Mta 
l^b-tey toBter, and five luofhers 





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NORFOLK Boush and Bute Streeto 
NORFOLK 2203 East Uttle Creek Road 
PORTSMOUTH 3S30)^ Street 
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MDE8S MARKKA UX FOSTER. IS, 

dauber of QxA. Martm A. Ffsto- 
aod Mrs. Fosta* who f<ffineify 
lived at Virgtoia Beach, has ited of 
to^es received to an automobite 
accMent. ^e was a gratoate of 
y^^ Beach H^ School and 
iflbtoxog Pra Stoto ttoi^^rsify at 
Ae tfaie of the aoddant. 

to adAtk» to bar parento, she 
to survived by two asto^, Miss 
Carolyn Foster and Miss £aizd[>etfa 
Fcfflter; two brothers, I>ennis and 
MiehKl; ami maternal grand^^ar- 
ents. 



ROBINE DAWN MARY 8BDW- 
CWflC 2, hw ctted to a ho^iitol. 
She w^ a (tougifter of Dennis 
%eph^ SNqgdHik and Mrs, Ylvun 
Bri^ette Shemchuk of ISm Om& 
Lane. 

She is atoo survived ^ a farc^her 
DmyH Shemdwk. 



Autrated MMne of the comnMn mkcmcqtttaM akeve. 

BATS, DRAGONFUES, 
AND TERMITES? 



MVENT 
CANTATA 

BAYSH>E — The chancd choir 
of Baylake M^hodt^ Oiurdi, un- 
der the directton of Fredand M. 
Cocke, Jr., wfll {nresait an Advoit 
Cattttta on Sunday, November 28, 
at 7:00 pjn. 

Ife caiMA, Rejoice, Beloved 
Christians, was vnitten by Diet- 
rich Buxtehude (1037-1707). Every 
&siday to Adv^ the composer 
preser^ me ol his diorale Can- 
totas at the twi^t hour m St. 
Jffary's Churdi, Lubeck. Thte 
Afoendmusik or "Twili^t Music" 
b»;anie f«iKnis Uiroi^iout Ger- 
many and people traveled great 
distiuK^ to hear i» nnistc and 
att^ the service. 

Bach walked tiwo hundred miles 
to Lubeck stfter obtaimng a four 
wedcs absence of leave from his 
own diurch to hear the vcxmc of 
^ixtdai^ ami was so tanpresxd 
he stayed f<wr moirths. 



BaU toevitaUy tiY'^ te^ 
Aen^ves to la^er hair. 

Darntog needle (or dragooflies) 
sew 19 people's ey^ds. 

Tumites always can be ^x^ted 
i»cawe of the i^es of sawttost 
they leave <^ the floor. 

llie only toii^ those staton^ils 
have to cannon is ti»t Qi^ ^e 
completely wrong. Yet, points out 
the Nationd P^ Control Assocto- 
tim, th^ are part of the vaA fairy- 
tale foKk^ that sumNmds p^to 
to gMieil and insects to particu- 
tor. 

Dr. Fhilp Spear, an oitomcdi^ist 
wibo serves as Technical Director 
for the association, says tl^t mis- 
con(^)tMMis sAxMit pesto oftai gM^ 
people wron^y to meeting prob- 
lans of pest control and frequo^- 
I ^ steer t)»m to confrieto^ wToi^ 
^dircctiois. _ 

T^ t^firites tor ocffiifAei he 
sa}«. TumAe loive no MMib^ 
^l^oever (except Bie 9ry#ood 
termites found in s<Mne areas d. 
Ilpridto spd.SoiMherB Callwiia.} 
Wmety^ive percart of A\ tenses 
are the sii>terrahean variety vi^udi 
cfu^sume the ttoy <Mf& wMdi toey 
carve from solk wood to their 
tunnding. tf a lwisdid<to' waits 
for safudu^ piles to teB btoi tlwt 
these termites are present, to; ri^ 
si^antial <^nage if an idf'^to- 
tion has ah-eady begun. 

And despite the conviction <^ all 
the ladies since time b^an, b^ 
have IK) fairest whatooever 
toeir coiffure. As a maM«r of 1U^ 
a birt can^ in a room ^to a 
monber d toe fair sex is ten iimei 
as terrtfied as the lady of the 
house. Mr. B^ waato oB^ <»e 
thing and that's out! 

And (tanitog needee, wMdi tiao 
cairy the name of blue hd&e flies 
or dra^mflies according to the 
kical termiatdc^, are baroieis de- 
late toeir ^ and tontaatte de- 
sign. Hiey iKi^r bite rm sttog, 
tot alraie sm w eydids. 

And so it goes, points otrt Dr. 
Spear. Sand flies, a conmon b^di 
compktot, are a ntm-adstaot in- 
sect. Tn» y«i may get blttefl by 
a fka at the beadi, \x& it's nMre 
likely to be a dog or cat fl^ ras- 
ed from m egg Atjpped from a 
pasai^ pet and hz^ed to diit 
and b'ash accumutoted on the 
beach. 
^Mers, gen«^Hy disliked ai^ 



/ 

tffcn itoted, arfe tararias vidi a 
vei7 few oc^ttoea wsA as ttie 
Utodc wktow. to ted, th^ pro- 
di^ous dally conranpltoB «f other 
inncts ihakM toen ooe of sub's 
best frkaids. 

And ttw ^led iT^year tociat. 
[Hr, JSp(»r notes soErowfidfy, isn't 
a locuat at |fi, bat a #eada. Vto-- 
thermcH^aEWSt people daa't resize 
that the kh»IM "i^i^ms ol le^ 
ottts" whi<i <Hioe idfUctod toe 
Amo-ican plains were aeUtoig 
Bm« ttun n^at^ passbofipaY. 

likewise, h^ 19 to ^ ci^aic^ 
of insect foUdore to toe a^latei 
bdief thii motie cMt sun^ a 
cedar <beA. llie ctopt soay vtiskt 
yom- clothes smdl very toce, says 
Dr. Spear, hA the only wi^. ^ 
diest wfll tofft ^ rno^ jSltet 
about a ye«r to if you em htt 
Mm wito tt <tf drop ifr on hks. 



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TMewata- Asaee. Bime ttifcn 
SdectiAg ttie correct ne^te^ 
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toj^'ttoless toe ae^4)Q]ined caa pro- 
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Ie^<^t^e o&:onunodatMms. 

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tfie work^ meoAos of yMP Cam- 
ily to get h ^^ jobs? nil fte 
relaxation and\eAiced 1M% ex- 
pra^s d sdNntki nuii it^ tor 
^ hoia? speiA coDuniM^ Ih^e 
are vltol questtms, wMA cfla be 
answered <^y by yeeradf. 

TKenrate transportation Aoidd 
be available for ttie days ttie car 
is to toe gars^e or the mow too 
deep to drive. Will the cW^nei be 
able towaOc to sdwc^ or nw^ 
th^ depend m wtiSm to it^ 
them? 



Chikhren's needs atoa taaH be 
consi<tored to toe ipiality of (he 
schools and the proviiiaiu. ist rec- 
reation. Is there a paric <^ a 
swimning pod n^uby? Father 
will proMHily iriso want ne»by 
recreaticnal facilittos— M^Mdier tt 
is a bowltog alley cur a gotf courae. 

The toify of the hotoe jfeouM 
to^piect toe avaiki>le ata^kg ia- 
cilfti^.Nejaby automotive repair 
fadl^ks m^ oundbMMy tor a ism- 
ily d^s^dort OB cas. 

C%eck wtth c^ afficMdi«r kx$- 
time r^d^ abmt ^Aea asA 
fire systaRs? VAuit U^ «f psy • 
b£^e cdtocton servtoe to fii^d- 
ed? 

You mm decide w^iHhw ypa 
prefer the aiSByntity d KMtf fiv- 
ing, ^ong wito Ito aototo ai^ 
coi^esyoD, or wM^ |«v Mto, 
bdi^ part of a nrig^ffl^aa<t finee 
from ttie sotn^ of tiha j^., 

VL y(Hi want to kn^ ywr i^h- 
bbrs. ^ itouH tol «iit wh^ 
fctod ef people Umis a.a. Mbaps 
toi^ tto mt not qnMOy wailn- to 
aiMdeti. If tiMy have toe«ne two 
w ^^e tinuse torger Uue yours, 
pirto^s yau wfll atver be at e^u 
Svtog among them. 

On the other hani the savings 
d kviilg to a a«ii|)lifcwt>nsrl f>r 
to^w toad valass aiay not mak 
up for the M» ^pttoeen yea and 
soowoQe livtog fay a inucb towe*- 



^mm 



HIM 



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Vl^lnlft Bea^ Wm, ¥^^w^%i,novm)her 24, 1965 




Mr. 
OM 



9b%. James Gleni eajoytag the lojrarter reut luiMAeoB at 
la« Salwaiay. Mn. Klim Is ta the badipwuid. (i^wto 
). 



OYSTER ROAST AHENDED 



By DOUGLAS ARNOLD ^ARNES 

BA^WNE — Ttw Ubd on the 
j«r of Sfwe^ r^ pkddes liwws a 
idack aid wMte dntdi of OU Do- 
^lAkiii Church on North Witchdgek 
Road, am Ihoroui^^ood «acl a 
dati^ "Vm." tliis jar of fig 
pi^ «a 9QM of thepurchaaet 
fran Ibe BjAZAAB fl< tiie historkal 
ctanh's Ainual Oyiter BoeA held 
tht tait &ttBtlay before tboBSa- 
grvii)g-« emlaoi tiiat hM pi«v^ 
«d fw 16 yttBon. 

tlie dnircfa fair abo iold {»»■ 
atrvea, cbonMuiw. jdUei, pctl6d 
ffaidl ptants, country hams and 
IraA oAard greens, cafcbi^ kale, 
pi^ed tte nxKiiiQg of ttie RoMt 
Brem ttie f«tn of Wimam Hudg- 
im, «iw donates tt«^ to the 
durcii M weH as ^gi and flow- 



IMi year. Mrs. Hsvy Keding, 
MtB. fttfus Ptfks (a^ 77). Mrs. 
M» D. Letteh, and Mrs. LMie- 
tott INoii kad to ad^t that «h^ 

mt BMBtdi-^VMrtaig pnt wnkn, 
^lo- bearing a pui^ bloom fa 
te ipiag Mid drted, dioa taims 

ilper, «M acaree, tadeed! it 

mi pioed at oeif ^JO a bunch 
and by 12:30 was aoM oat! How- 
•w Japanese Lanterns, Oocks- 
^omb m3 crabapple aprays, dec- 
OfflUve goiBxIs, and faB I^ves, 
flit us to Sie spirit of aiNmdance 
ud mev&e reei^ded d tiiat first 
nunk^vlag, which was bdd by 

mma mmflief in ttl9 at 
naittation m the James 



Rivw . , . 

The hmdieon d roasted or raw 
oysters, Virgiiya ham, pickles, 
oe^, api^ pie and colfee was 
sared to humbvds «^ awaited 
tfa^r turns in oixlerly lines. We 
were seated by Cdonel Harry T. 
Marshall. City's Comnwnwealth 
Attorney, who was equal in his 
gradousness UKi efficieicy to the 
maitre'd of Hie Waldorf. 

Iteatle-haired and ^oical Fdkw- 
liup Boys aaai awe^aced mai<te» 
acted as bttr^q w and bus ^Is, 
uMle tfw ntunen of the churcli 
served the erer chai^ig crowds 
of tnmgry people. Our smUing 
traitress was Mrs. Glciu King. 

Alter lundi, we w^dcred into 
Q» miscellaneous booth of "Kit" 
Lewis. wh«« gay, homenuide 
qirons, rag doUs, CSui^mas green 
kk nifikin nn^ table decora- 
ikms, ete., were being soki; A^- 
veiA Wre^fOhs occupi^ anotira* 
booth and a ''white elephant'' dis- 
pli^ produced a nmch soc^-afto* 
i^unndmin Turkey Roart^, bought 
iar BOe by a bemedded Army of- 
ficer who grabbed it andnm from 
al se^KTs! A friand bou^ an 
"I tte it but WHAT is it for?" 
and yre treasure a SOc slightly used 
l|3ring hM from the Hat Box, 
wbkfa, we are sure, is a Mr. John 
with the label k^st. 

Before leavii^, we spait a few 
moments oi qui^t Tluidif ufaiess in 
the CiMirch itsetf and Ite historic 
^avejiard vHliose ancient head- 
atones reminded us of the spirit of 
our pioneer setters. 



Vt B. REPRESENTED 
A^ mVEL LUNCHEON 



VnG»qA BiBACH - Attending 
i» Vhr0rda State Oiannfcer of 
Ctemneree's 4lh Annual Tmvd 
Lwcheon, Novenh^ ffi in New 
Y(bA were Ifra. Laura Lambe, 
direct of Vifgtaia Beaoh Pi6- 
Udly and IM)lic Rel^itms Bureau; 
Skbey S/ l^am. refvesentii^ 
Americana Uoiot Lo^, Thunder- 
Usd. and ifaUday Sands; and Mr. 
and lbs. Soolt SerUng of the 
PrincMs Anne Inn. 

The Vii^inia Bew^ Binreau iros 
one flf the 6weatyV|faree co4iQcte 



Roard Meeting 

VIBCHNIA BEACH - Hie ragu- 
Uur Board nseetii^ of the Good 
Shifted y^Oteraa Cburdiwoaim 
was bdd recentiy at the home of 
Ckton Lcdrd. 713 Coach 
Osort Mrs. CuA Tayku* ted 
Ott pngram. and oUmt members 
pmaA were Un. Davkl Price, 
Un. Ftwk l&tfden. Mrs. Lutter 
ms, Mrs. Pttil Losas, Mrs. 
afiiBilord Ba^m, Un. Lee Brad- 
k^, ms. Gear^ Long, and Mc§. 

h:mfsA m Aa riale of ofiBcers 
far tttt eenAig jnar ««s pre s cpted 

^n VmB inmil MHaHtt CTHI HI Pwr** 

tkm wme Bwde lor Oe geaa- 
d neelkg to tm hdd Ikmaim 
p at tto itarA; and for the De- 
nMetii^ to be l»ld <a 
< Witt tM teee dn^ 
AB llM9Mn of Ite* 
and Don^teft drdes 
wgBltobe 

the 
mre terwed'by Uwliuilwis. 
1. Laird. 



repr^oiting Virginia's attracttons 
and travel iiAovsts. Ihe ei|^ 
seven gueate included free lance 
trav^ wrtters, publicatiMis editora, 
radio newsmen, transpcKtaUon and 
tour tanp(M-twte in the travel in- 
diKtry. 

Featured ^ako^ for tiie ooca- 
si<»i were Governor Albeitis S. 
I&rris^, Jr.. and i\fis9 Jemi 
Marilyn Ii^e, "Miss Virginia of 
986." Rkhard S. GilHis, Jr.. Execu- 
tive Director of the Virginia State 
Oumber, iiMrodiKed those -seated 
at the head tabte. Ihomas E. Sev- 
rell, m, presidatt dt ttie Virginia 
State diamber, {n-es«tted the 
speakers. 

Presidii^ was WeKord j^emian, 
Jr., chairman of (he State Chan- 
ber'fl I^vd Devdopm^ Commit- 
tee whkdi sp(»sors the Itsidieon 
annually to stimuli and furthor 
toe fxAemit, of New York press and 
tran^ originalu^ in the Stete of 
Virginia. 



NORWAY MAYOR 
PRESENTED GIFTS 

MOSS, NOTway - Tlw Qty of 
Moss, NtMwsy, hai been |X-esented 
gifts fran its frieikldiip city in toe 
United States. Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. U. S. Oiarge d'Affaira, Join 
A. Bovey, presented the gifts to 
the Mayor ol Mms. Emil Ander- 
swi. V. 

TiM mavor was given a mayor's 
club and an old painting of toe 
Norwegian bark. Dictator (rf Mms. 
which shipwrecked off the coast 
of Virginia Bead) in 1891. 

Boto the mayor's club and the 
[»inting's frame were made of 
wreckage from the Dictator. After 
tlw shipwreck, only small parts d 
the Dictator were ever found. A 
U.S. Defense Departoient (^fldal 
donated tiie gifts to Moss as a tok- 
en d friraidship betwe^ the two 
countries. 



Bmroyti By Fire 



In 19Q, toe city of Moss raissd 
a statue in Virginia Beach, to 
commemorate the Dictator trag- 
edy, "nie statue, called 'Tlie Nor- 
wegian Lady," was modded by 
NcMTwegiffii sculf^r Oemulf Bast, 
front at Kth Street, and was par- 
tially c(^ied frun the original fig- 
urd^ad of the Didator. 




FOPUUR 



eCHOOL JEHfELRY 






mU 



Spcrkting goidii tllvtr 
with ichool colors . . . 
b*«uf iful charmi . , . n*w 
collt9« typ« ringt . . . 
Dudgtt prictd tncl fmtly 
crtftad. 



Fke urite from Prtoeess Ame nan, lliatti, Oceaaa, and Lmidaa Bridge aBswMcd ttie <»11 to toe Are 
that broke mA mdy ToMday BMrnh^ ait tUk howe ta toe 100 Mk>ck ol Gum Ave. Flramen fougU toe 
blaie for j^pwdknateiy 1% hows b^sre piMtog it out. The uaoccuirfed bouse Nnnwd to toe ground. 
Fbe^^rtnv frsoa the liau V^nrten- Fire Department retaraed to the scene at naen l^iesday 
tpnyti the smedte^ ndn «fto mter. tfllatt Phato 1^ Munth 



COMMITTEE ADOPTS 
PLAN OF ACTION 



VIRGINIA MIACH - Ihe ntae 
ma^r communities of Tidewater 
last week a(k)pted as their fore- 
most legislative objective the re- 
tmtitm of federal impact funds 
for area KJwols. 

&ich knpact funds are granted 
coRununities that are hit l^avily 
by children d military pe*sonnel 
and federal employees. 

But, in Virginia, aj^jroximately 
two-thirds of the money frdm tlM 
federal govemm^t is, in e£fed, 
redistrRwted throughout toestote's 
school systems. 

In other woi^, the state is de- 
priving toe Tidewater area of al- 
most IS.5 million, acc<H^ing to a 
report by the Hanq)ton Roads 
Ar^rwide Cooperation Conunittee. 

Ccxnmunities that are r^resent- 
ed on the c<»nmittee are N(8f<^, 
'^^'^to Beach. CbeaBpeake. Port»- 
mouto, Newport News. Kan^n. 
Siifolk. Nansemond County, ami 
York Courty. 

The committee met la^ wedt 
to r«kMfdk to {Topose legislative 
steps for toe G^aial AssenrMy 
d^ations fnnn toe conmainities 
r^H-esented on the committee. 
M^nbers d the delations were 
siso at tin meeting. 

AH monbo^ gave the l^^ati<Mi 
prtority unong 20 legislative pro- 
p(ttak. 

to additfam to asking area l^is- 
lators to defend the impf^ct funds 
to toe next General Assembly, 
committee chairman Ilunias P. 
Cfarianan of HamfitQn urged than, 
area mayors, and area boards of 
supervisors' chairmoi to write kn- 
mediately to Gov. Afca-tis S. Har- 
rison Jr. and Gov.-elect Mils E. 
Godwm Jr. Ihe 1966-67 Virgtaia 
budget is how being pr^)arad by 



Too Late to Classify 



WAIERFRONT, 
home. AvailM}le 
428-2730. 



toree bedroom 

Fdmiary. Call 

ll-24-2t 



UNFURNISIiED iwo bedroom 

house. Screened front porch, large 
wooded lawn. Converuent location. 
Call 428^17 after 5 w Saturdays 
& Sundays. ll-24-2t 



FEMALE — fountato. Af^ly to 
po-son. Hiltop Pharm«:y, 1701 



Laskin Road. 



ll-18-2t 



OFFICE ^ace for 
nised. Call 4284533. 



rent 



— fur- 
lM84t 



CLERK TYPIST — Young lady, 
permanent. Apply m writii^ list- 
ii^ educalicm and qualifications. 
Oc^m Hiway Association, P. 0. 
Box U7. Vii^uua Beach, Virgtoia 

11-24-lt 




COMPLIMENTS OF 

Pic's 31st Cleaners 

VlfStala Beach High SdMiel BasielbaU Schedule 

1M54S — Heme Games 

Friday. Dee. l»-BaysUe Hl^ Sehael 

Itaeaday. Dec. 21— Prtac«M Amw f^ Sdbod 

FrUay, Jan. 7— Deep Creek fflgli Sehool 

FMday. Jan. 14-4lflau7 H^ Sebeol 

Satvday. Jan. 22-Craddock High Sdiool 

Tnesday. Jan. ZS-KeDam IB^ School 

l^iMay. IFeb. 4-FtorTiew High School 

__ JWiny, Feb. U-OMsar Smlto High School 

WA. IS-F. W. CoK BIgh School 



325 Usidn RomI 
Oppotif Cobnial Uom OA 8-2801 



toe Harrison admtaistration. '""^ 
Earlier, a HRMX; subcocranittee 
of ^ite Sen. WiUion B. S^tmg Jr. 
of Portsroouto. ^dney S. Kdlam 
of Virgima Beadi. and Mayor ^xny 
B. Martm Jr. of N<»folk studied 
the hnpad fund issue. 

At the subcommittee's suggestkm 
SpoQ^iiteSen. Edward L. Bree- 

den of Norfolk, Sate Sen. Himter 
B. Andrews of Newport News ami 
Kellam wait to Ridunond* Nov. S 
to present toe area's positi<m to 
state budget and sdiod offictols. 
A jreply has yd to be recdved. 



REPAIRS AUTHORIZED 



VMWiA WMM — t%am to 

repair the IS-year-old sto j l Uu> 
bad idflqg toe aouto end of the 
aoen front bovdwalk has been 
Mitoortoed by the Vh-gima Beech 
Erosion CommMdon after reodv- 
ing ktcmutxtn from onsulting en> 
^neer, Joseph McDonaki. tixak 
some seotions need patehing, and 
ioA deantog aid ooatoig the bulk- 
bead crndd {Htdong Its bfe. 

AIcDoDaid saki that teste indi- 
cate that sted to the enroot bulk- 
head belweffl 7to and 9to ^eets 
liBi kwt about one^faini of ite 
diicknesB on the average whkh m- 
cBcates a nearly {tfopoitkxiate kiss 
of streogto. 

E. H. Cteirdi, commisskm duiir- 
man. ^i dtoe bulkhead repairs 
should be finished bef<»% next 
spring, and co(»xlinated wito re- 
poh^s to two "(hnpping" sediocM 
ti (k» MBerate walkway in the 
sane area. 



OCEAN HIGHWAY SHOWS 
GAIN IN THAFFIC 



VIRGINIA BEACH-Trvd tWs 
fall (HI the north-souto Ocean Hi- 
way cmtinues to show gains over 
last autumn to all areas d toe 
seme ooastol route. 

Seiitetobfp- traffic counters at 
d^ diffident chedqwtots ^ng 
the Ocean Hiway n^^irtered in- 
crMses ov«* S e ptemb er . 19M. All 
traffic counts rqxntod to date for 
Octoba- have also been up over 
October of last year. > — ^ — ' - 

yMe traffic fknv on the Ocean 

Hhvay and dl other north'souto 

rautM has taken tbb nnrmal down- 
turn this faQ tnm the peak siun- 
ma- vacatton months, the i^rcait- 
age gains for Septonber and Oc- 
tober Ocean Hiway traffic wdt 
hitler ova-all than sosms jur- 
cottage tocreaaes. -_.^ .^^.^: 

Hie Chesapeake Bay Bric^ 
TtoHiel's 12.3 perooit tnilU: in- 
crease in Septaitoer over Septem- 
ber, M64 set a new record for 
moiHMy perc^itoge incr^se mi 
the 17-monto old facility. Revenue 
for the Brk^Tiffid rose from 
lOOLOBB to September, 1964 to |6S7,- 
242 fw September. 1965, anotha* 
nmithfy record feu* percentoge to- 
crease. October vfidde traffic on 
toe Brki^Tunnel diow^ another 
heaHhy gam d 10.4 pa'cait over 
Odober, 1964. 

Ihe Talmadge Memorial Bridge 
at Savannah, the Ocean Hiwey's 
connecttog Unk between Georgia 
and Souto Carolina, recorded a 9 
percoit trt^c increase to Septem- 
ber, the September vehicle count 
m the Tafanadge Bridge rose frcon 
130,815 in 1964 to 142,598 in 1965. 
At Mkiway. Georgia, the U. S. 17 
tra&ic for Septonber increased 



.SUITS BY: 
Botany'Baker 

and Cricktecr 

SPORTCOATS BY: 
Botany and Mavest 

, SLACKS BY: 

Jefferson and Mafair 

•a 

^RAINWEAR BY: 
London Fog and 
Alligator 

^SPORTSHIRTS BY: 
Pendleton and 
Manhattan 



'The Most Complete Men's Clothiers In Virginia 

Beach" 



2100 Atlantic Ave. 
Phone 428-1051 




^«|n 124,060 in 
19rt; 



1964 to 132,000 to 



The 1,159,401 October vehicle 
count for the Delaware Memorial 
Bridge reprramted a 10.1 perceit 
iiKrease ova- last Octdier. An 8 
percent gain was recorded to Sq[>- 
tember laLJte A^ig^. which is 
the DeiawoeTayorosstog for toe 
Ocean Hiway (U. S. 13), U. S. 301, 
U. S- 40, and toterstote 95. 



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No Appllcotion Fee 



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The stouner "6eet«e Washington" of the United 
Stetel Une visited Norfollc often in the 1920's 

r.-then H. D. OHver had been Icnown forj 

than 55 years .7.. / .- *"' •/.'J' ^ 

Itie Norfolk PMry Yffixis brou^ many ^^ to Tide- 
wMer for rep^re and w(Hic. The E^Uzitoeto River was 
crowded wMi important smling vessels, to those da^ 
H. D. (Xiver was toe city's most reelected name to its 
field, hamfik^ toe many and con^lex details of all 
funeral and burial services wito eaae and d^^. 



Today, Tidewater remains a w(H-ld port w^ ito ship- 
yards and baaes drowded wito s^ips of aS Ji^^ins. H. D. 
OUver now so-ves toe community wtth two fine homes, 
one at Virginia Beadi. A c^paH^te $tid! bancBes every de- 
tail wito ^iU and care. Cdl oq H,'p.'.O^fer for toe very 
best. 



• 



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JIT 31 0ih9k titm^Jbm 

MoafoiKaiiu. wMNaaimoNank 



fll-YMt 




OPEIV HOrSE 

Sunday, 

from 1:00 'tU 7K>0 P.M. 



Noveiiiii^r 28 



To Inspire Yea With Many 

CHRIi§T]IIAS IDEAS 

Don't miss our MR. CHRISTMAS selection, beautiful handmade orna- 
ments and Christmas Boutiques. You wiH find tfvjusands of Items and 
Ideas, many of Which can be us«i In your own decorating scheme for 
Christmas. 




VIRGIIVI 



BEACH FLORIIST 

993 Laskin Road 
.PHONE 4311-1481 



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DORS PAORK^CS 

VIEW ^ 
of 

VIRGINIA BEACH 




INWi ftft doe respect to thne nbo look haxk wHh no^J^ to Uie 
'food.oU A^' do ymi reff% M ISe was b^ter 50 or 100 ^vs i^^ 

^l^e» tte wiirt«- wMs Uqw ud the hcuse turns chilly, hm nice it 
it to tarn t^ tiie tii«ini<«tat wift a iftore fHck of tiie fuig». It's k^ 
i^Mer tea cfa(^>(nng wood (evei tf grandpa moraliaed Mai "B wwraed 
ysu twice") or Atmljig in dirty blade coal. 

V/bo mote to have to g^ i^) ba'we ddwo to get tiw eoek Move geln 
or wsfinoB ttie pimq}? Us laz^K)&e8 aijoy tfeeping under m e^.ectri€ 
b*adc^ fitUig ^) to a wvm IciUJio], havii^ .mi^aiM iMet Iron Ac 
electric oiibi <»- gm burners, re»Mng into the nix^aisir fo* ^ 
bMSNi and Qiga or on the pai^ ^^If for the ca^dt, (rii^ing in the 
0^ee iK>t Who wa^ to milk the cow or raid te hen's n^ baTore 
yau can area bq{in? 

Aui how i^:nit It is to somI ths chDdren o^ to ichod in dear 
Itarched coiorfid outfits every day. ^Iiat maUer if Ibey pu; on a 
dlerait <m when tti^ get hone? The waA«r wiK do the scruhbii^ 

Ai IfaMe Uihip you take for grar.tcd . 

Him ctwvmiert it is to M^ out of ymir frriA door and get into the 
autancbik. No one ror ai^ fflace is too far away. It trices you to 
work, it takes you back home, it brii^ famittH ck)ser together, n 
scaUers ttwm, too . . . but what the ad/HJturous young fo'ks \€l 
iKune >^th a wagon train, that covM have been die lact the pfirea's evo- 
S3W 0? them. You^ fofcs t-avd far today, but they come beck otei 
for a visit or on an emergency caD. Jeti::g across the ocean is a dailj* 
cootrresce. . . 

These are material th'ngs, but what is so wrwjg rfiout b3ing p!ea^ 
will a better life? Ttwse that don't have it envy us our high standard 
dMviag. 

How d!d we fidiieve this good We? The need was there and Aose 
who &»M, worked to achieve it. Acd tt»e m<we becffiis that eime 
(he nwe people bwjeftted Tlie men v^ by the sweat d thrir IrafWB 
and brains brot^t afbout th^e inftprovoiients and mnv to it that their 
children got educated, smd the education is an intep*^ part of every 
one's exIMerce today ... 

Js ^ bad &at young peoile have so much and know ») much? 1^ 




Vmciinia Beaidi Sun 

^ VIRGINfA BEACH, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1965 




sicnpNi 



?EAC£ TIME VETEMNS 
MVE ADVANTAGE 



I. 



ywmg tUM have thar ideals, their fires of ambidon bum bright, am) 
their Clergy overc«T«s obstacles. Tliey care dbout things that youn*- 
people of 50 or 100 years a^ neither knew ^ut nor had the time to 
wonder atosA. Did your grandfather care that disease md himger stalk."^ 
two-tfainls of the world? ... and if he was aware of k, what coukl he 
do afcout K? Org^izations like the Peace Oozps are nwde up maudy 
of young people who know and care and do! And bow could ihe poor 
apd uneducated f^JpMd^ tew genera^ti^a i^? Boyi^^E^ today 
are ^^ a chlwa K^ il fi i ra better Hfe throng the jab^«^and on- 
the^ tir^iing. i' 

PamiUai of iwg ago seklbm raised all tlwir chil&en to matority. 
And it ira«>'t too many ]«arc back when polio struck fear in the iwarts 
of ^ parents. Was that a better period of history? Child-en are iKal- 
tbier today, parents stay your^i look'ng longer, and grandiareaU live 
ful lives— aB from advarcrs of tlw metUcal pnrfrasicn. 

Thos? who ft.'flk the educated your*g wom«i, who Aare th^ time 
, and talents wiA the communty, would be bdter (^ staying home mi«h* 
trite a c'oser look at aH the bwMfits these c'lAwoneo brw? ?tKnit 
They care about everything frcna i^leoted chilck^ to beautifying 
the cwin^T^de; the laws and lo^atwn i^ssed attest to tiieb- c^^^ 
birtiMW. . 

9mfilnM^<mafw^^S^b^U hf^^ to fanely shut-ms or the vi^ 
aMbit of tapoit|»t fitfofiMHoD tiiat cooks ioa^uidy into the haoie^ 
I!>e world is doser to sO of us. ^ 

IMaiyhe tfte wwW hm beconw caHwis and selfish as pessimicts claim 
TlJe evil alwavs ^ more cdslicity than the good. But the evil th£* 
used to be hidden is row standing in the bri^ Heht of knrwledge. We 
see and we do more than wr ng wn- hands in dismay . . . aU becau^ 
<< mcdera inventions, modem education, modern med'cine, itKKlzrr 
thiPk1i«. 

TMs' Is the optfaidsts view <^ Thank^ving l&05-4^ tlo be Ihankfu' 
for. ... 




Policyholders Mark Record 



PolicyhoMers of the C(mne(^ticirt 
MiAual Life bisiratoe Cbmpany 
will receive a record |G0 milhcn in 
policy (kvidends iKsit year, it was 
amoimced l^ Leslie B. Disherooi, 
general agent for the c(Mn{>any in 
N<nfdk, Virginia. 

Aithm^ the bask; divkiaid 

acde wffl not diange, the total 
dh^faiend disteibution will be neariy 
$3 millMii more next year Utan in 
was. Tina increase is (hie prhnardy 
to ri^ inmraoce in force, end 
the fatl thiA dividends on nx>st 
poUcies toid to go up eadi year 



even if the bask sc^e is unchang* 
ed. 

Mr. Kdianxm pointed out, how- 
ever, that the sbiup rise in poiky 
dividends in recent years also re- 
flects adof^km of lma«uin^ 
Iberal dividend scales. The 1996 
dividoid totid re^eaents an in- 
crease of ahnoat tO% since ^80, 
he sakl. 

Tlw company's dividend scale 
has been increased IS times be- 
ginning in 1941. That yMir's re- 
serve for dividends was <Hily |5,- 
700.000. 



Promoted 




|M«r Mshard T. ttmiig, OSMC, 
Cmr$ Urthday November It «hea he 



a hiq^ UOdi Mwtee 
hto pNmflOaD to 



U. CoL Wrmk X. Beff» Sqiparting Aims Ikeparteaei* Direetor at 
fte V. S. Naval AmpUUaaa Schael, eandwlei Ike etnamOm is Us 
^^afrioe. Mn. ItaMy aaaWei la phnliig Miflw gaM adi leaves. 

Kb^ TiWKty has served 13 years is the Maflae Corps. He Jwt 
reeatfly ntnned bam the BepriUle'sl IPMnm, wken he ma tte 
fi^ aOtotr af Ihe Maitae Medkoi Hdieopler SfogkMi Ml. 
ed alOa Nai^ lapMe allPMMau 
Be h esmi^ s»vtag aa aa ah- traiahig 
^ i at ttto gihiil 




JmHOtm ^ Peacetime vetor 
ma iMwe a defntte advaiMi^ 
nder Ae f^iteid Housta^ Adn^- 
jhntfOB Moirtgige baurasae foi 
Vato(«BB pmviM by the m« 
Politic Law m-m. but war vetar 
ana jVnr^beneQt more undir thr 
II lUftA Guaranty Program. Wfl- 

a^ J. Powers. MttMger (rf die 
anoke Veterans AdRd^rtratioQ, 



WaHoa White ^t» fJohriay Attdaaaii. 
cak« ti ,1he Excftaiii Cteb's 
OMies GiUlam 



Oath Hogaa, • liwiiihs oM. held 
by Us n^Mhcr. Mrs. Joseph C. 
Hafaa a^ Mm CsMde Heoael 
Mjeyed fl|eir taadi at ttke aaaiud 
PMMkelhui^ . ; 

^t%sto by CassMdra) 

Pancake Par^ 

ymG^m BSACH -Tte annual 
Ptma^lN^^W*'^ Vtrglaia 
Baach Exdian^ Qub was heki 
recei^y at!thaf%eSIAion on aoth 
street, lite E]cd»nge Ckab is made 
up of busine&'S ar,d professional 
nen who are united to serve, to 
earn, and to enjiay the l^it of 
'eSowship. , 

* From 7 i.m. to 7 p.m., the ama- 
teur chefs aarved capacity crow<k 
who lined tip crfeleria styie to ^- 
joy the juiees. sausages, pancakes 
and coffee. The men cooked less 
nerrausly and more systanatically 
!han most womoi, and frequently 
'iisisted m (Bering seconds. 

Dt. Oscar Corde is the jH-e^d^ 
(rf die local club. Proceeds from 
the Pancake I^uty will benefit the 
Exchange CUI» Freedmn 9u-ine 
[Mx^t which is a pennanent dis- 
playii^ d exact oopi^, jrfioto- 
^apUcaily reproduced directly 
man the prk-eless (Higifiids of 26 
hi:^ric£d American documoits. 

The Freedom Svioe is placed 
in the \ocai high schods as a re- 
minder that Am«*kran citiztin^p 
imp(»es duties and respwsibili- 
ties as well as conferring rights 
afod privileges. 



Beaches Quota 



RICHMOND, Va.— The Priiicess 
Anne Fami Bureau was given rsc- 
>gnition at the 40th annual convsiv- 
lion of the Virginia Farm Bureau 
federation for havkg reached its 
tiemtership quota. 

Priiu;KS Anne' Farm Bui^au is 
Mie (rf 31 county Farm Bureaus in 
the Feda-ation to addeve this hon 
w. 

The award certificate was pre- 
jented to Norris W. Shirley, pre-ii- 
ieal of the local organization. The 
quota was 205 and the attained 
m^dser^ip was 206. The award 
was {K-^wiited al die amiuid 
.Awards BanpKt dF the Vir^Ma 
Fams Bureau Federation Ck»ven- 
tnp vrfiich was hdd at the John 
Marshall H(^ hi Ridanond. 

Hie Virginia Farm Bureau F^ 

eration is Vbgiaia's teif^ geo' 

o-al faim (w^^odziticn viMdi is 

n^Kle iq> of 83 coimty oi^aoizations 

wtt more than 22,000 families as 
„,,.-„t,„r-, **, 



Albart Croidiy prepare paa- 
Paacdke purty, hhI \tx%. 
m^ ti coffee. 

(Photo kfj CuauMhra) 



Pl^Ct l» 



Continued 



NORFOLK - Tlie MkJtown Ki- 
wanis Club irf Norfolk has an- 
lounced plans to continue for a 
econd year its area wide Qorist- 
.nas Caroling pro^ct, "The Ki- 
wanis Karolers." 

Itey Shouse. local tdevisiwi «c- 
eorfive and Preskknt of the Mid- 
town Kiwaniii. has ^ipdintMl Tnn 
Moss as "Kiwanis Kar(^," diair- 
maa for 1965. Mr. Warn wffi «• 
pand Midtown Chrishnas pro^ 
this y^ir to enco^^sss aD k Tide- 
water with the psrticipatxm of (rth- 
er Kiwanis Qubs in the area. 

Last year ovw ^ TIdiwater 
residents caroled nnuch of N«i(& 
raising $1,700.00 for use by the 
I1de\\'at«r Ch^^ter of MeiAaUy Re- 
larded ChiWrril. Tlirou^ the Ki- 
wanis Karolers effort, dosei» of 
elass^ of m«itoify retarded diil- 
dren were afforded the opportunity 
of towing die^ato of Virfiiya. 
•rtiqr virited pointB rf "fcstoriotf 
intere^. Accordhig to Ray Shouse, 
the» d^ed would perlyqis nev- 
er had gotten the chaiKe to «»Joy 
these tours had it not been for the 
donations gathered throu^ the ef- 
fort of Ui<? Kiwanis Karolers. 

Mr. Moss announced plans to dia< 
tribute to TkJewater residaits a 
Kiwanis Iferoler Song Boc*, fw- 
turing Christmas greettags from 
Tidewater merdiants and a cdlec- 
tion (A Oirlstmas Cards, es^Kclally 
selected for the 1985 Yuletide Sea- 
son. 

This year donatioas will be used 
in an expanded {program enovn- 
passing many Kiwanis diarities. 
TIk Kiwanis Karolers are now be- 
ing assembled for this year's car- 
oling effort, sdieduled for Decem- 
ber lOh, from 7-10 p.m. 



War vt^mm \ite ^ have en- 
tUkmoit Cm* a GI ban are a^ re- 
quired by law to make a down 
payimiH. Tliey pay an h^erest 
r^9 of only Vk pwcat uMi no 
mortgage imureice fH^eimum. 
"nicy pay ik> pr^xaymoit fee ami 
the MA encourages extension and/ 
or reunortizaticm wh«i need»l t. 
)a^ a vet^an keep his h«ne. 

Under tiie FHA plan down pay- 
niKts are reqiured on a gradiuAed 
scale runiung from ntme for a kian 
of up to $la,Q0O ol ^^raissd vahk 
to tm parooA of the iwct |S,000 
and flftmi perrant of die next 

%v^,m. 

The into^ ri^, like die C 
toan rate, is only 5V4 percent but 
an additional (me-haM percsi^ 
niort^{i^e incuran(x premium is re 
quk^. 

ttwever, the peacethne veteran, 
who is not eligible for die provi^ 
sioiis (tf the <n loan guaranty peo- 
pun, will fold he has a definite 
advantage over die neo-vetnran 
aiider die FHA progrBnt^^ref 

Powers pdnted out Ihid WbHd 
War B veterans wddi maximum 
'.j ' ij>-'Jm""> ' B ■- ' ■"jit^ ' ',■■■< ■■■ " ■ ' — . 



eligMity wiQ ten^e mtll July 26. 
tt37, to take advantiq^ (rf the GI 
Loan Guaranty Pnogram. The 
rMstA VA office vHU be glad to 
figure ^ any veterans r^naining 
^||ib!lity by lae of Uie ^tdiilished 
IbmniUi. 

Hie formula adds ten years to 
the date of the veteo'an's disdisrge 
from active wartkne service and 

yeap 
uA three mcnUis of servU» to 
rttuA a date Qiat bscrafm the 
laminating deadline for that par- 
tio^ar veteran's entitlemfflt. 

Korean C(adlkt vet^-ans with 
maxhnum entitlonent will have 
until January 31, 1975, to take 
advantage of a VA GI kian. 

War varans who have not used 
jidr GI entid«r,«t but who have 
thready passed Uieir eligibility 
ieadline wiU find the FHA mort- 
li^e insurance plan to thdr ad- 

anti^. Powers said. 




Cfi. Academy 
Seeks Cadets 

AOADiMY 3EE& CADETS ■■ 

WASHINGTON, D. C. "- Tbe 
United States Coast Guard .Acad- 
emy, the wily U. S. military acad- 
emy whk* appoints its cadets sole- 
ly on the basis of competitive ex- 
aminatiwi. is seekli^ apjrfkiants 
for the class convaiing Jidy 12, 
1966. 

Deadline for the af^alkms is 
De<^rber 4, 1906. 
The application deadline coincidas 
widi die Decerrber College Bn- 
trarce ExaminMion Boand Tests 
which will be the basis for die 
competition. 

Tliere are no congressional ap- 
pointaients or geographical quotas. 

AppUcants most lie unmarried 
hi^ 'sdsjol senim's or p-aAiates 
^1^ have reached tiieir 17th, but 
not tiieir 22nd b rihday by .hily 1, 
»36. Tbey most have eanisd IS 
units by June »). 1998, inchiding: 
three in en^A, two in a^ehra 
and one in plane geometry. 

Th^ must be in eaccdiert i*ysi- 
ctk canditi<»i, between 64 and 78 
!ncbes in height with proportionate 
weight, and must have at teast 
a/30 viskm in «tth e^t, coirMti- 
ble to 20/20. 

Tlie four-y^r eoiarse at d» Acad- 
enoy kada to a badwbr of adOKe 
de0«eimd a comRd^m as oi^ 
m die regidar Coast Guard. 

Adchtional informatwn ai^ ^fS^ 
catioo forms may be oiiti&ed 
from M^adioo} ^ukiance (^aise- 
kn&[\xs wri^ to the Dh-ectrar 
ef Admianons, U. S. CoMt Guard 
lAicademy. New Lootkm, Cam.. 



No Big Boi^ 
For Kenytville 

9$ lUXXR PROVO 

KPip$V|U£ — There are no 
pfawaia eoQae<^ the giMt buaew 

ya QBflrwW me enBBS: raCMt 

lyandi of die EUxabedi <^vsr, ac- 
cofding to W. W. Reasor, owa^ of 
the pit's ad^bii^ iHijpeky. 

Vtm Norfolk resklent said tint 
tha« is a dam beliween die pit, 
wtich will evoHiially become a 
like and be has no j^uis to open 
the huge crevice in order to Id 
die Elizateth's inters come fur- 
dier ifllmd. 

Tht pit is beli^ dug by con- 
struction a«ws fw die nearby in- 
teratate hi^may Q(»»trucMon. 
leskie the smaU bri^e at KmqiS- 
vtile, th«% have been a few mM^ 
boats doUi^ die dwre Ihw of tt» 
I^Mnt-«f-Veiw neighborhood. And 
residenta of this area fioreeee oiwe 
of die same when die b^ lake b 
comp^. 

FcMT ^ hkttNian, the ai^t (A 
boats near KempflnriUe remhids 
one of tiM evfy cx^nial MiltKry 
df tlds area. Ihe Soiir moA tobMco 
trade bcm Richmond kA Peters- 
bwg came down the James Rhw 
to Noriotic, whence H wm shipped 
here, and dim owrUnd dxMit ten 
miiei to Nerdi Landing. There the 
cai^ was tranrfenvd to doope, 
which pttssed dutwgh Curritudt 
and Palmtoo Sound to Beatrfort. 

It seems that the modem call of 
the day doesn't allow free water 
traffic tivoi^ die smaH waters of 
diis bMsdii^ vtila^. Local boats 
inskie the i^idge wiU stay <»i the 
lakp oM to A«»y«r list's to be 
found in tte wwU. 



OF SCHEME 



NORFOLK - The Tidewater 
Better Business Buraau warned 
today that a new scheme based <» 
a tdephone nuuicet survey Ui be- 
tag \SteA in many puis of die 
coiaitay to hKhice housewives to 
biqf e«»titantly priced products. 

Charles A. Martak, Bureau Man- 
ager, said dw radcet abo invohres 
••bu^ed" salerooms, a "sweep- 
stakes contest," cotMana- qpies- 
doonaires and "free" gifts for so- 
ladled "Test farnUfes." 

Accordhlg to dw Natimial Bd^ 
imt ^Kinass ^a^ta, die scheme 
hai cropp^ up in 1% York. New 
J|piifi Hissmal, iaiM, Oregon 
4ltates Md apimtfs to 




Ifle &iae, OiiiQB. Gbandier 
of C(nnnMrce diseased that U had 
aoo tdephene hiqpdries la a two- 
nMndi peited c(»ic«ming a toca! 
firm using die scheme. 

The Tidewater Brtter Busine?^^' 
Bureau said anyone contacted J^ i 
a film supp(»edlv ctmducting a ; 
iharket r^earch surv^ stujuld get 
hi touch wfth ttidr Better Buaine^ 
&ire»i for a report on die firm. 



VB»GO STOCK 
OIVIOENOS 

RiCHIfOND - Hie boani of di- 
rec^HTs of the Virginia BSectric 
imd Power Cen^any today de- 
dared a quurttfty avkknd on 
die txmsnon dode paydde Decem- 
ber 20, 1966, to stockhoktere of 
record at the ctoie of budness m 
November 30, 1966. 

Regular quarterly divid«ids d 
$1.25 pa- share on die $5 (hvidend 
ivcforred; $1.01 per share on die 
$4.04 divided i»^erred; $1.05 pa- 
share on die $4.20 dhridoid {ve- 
fored; $1.03 per share on tiie $4.12 
divuiend {ffderred; and $1.20 per 
share on die $4.80 dividoid pre- 
ferred were declared, all payable 
December 20. 1985, to diarehold- 
ers of record November 30, 1965. 



Hie akiliful hand, d pt. Charttup maka maty dtt^ IBalce pkoto) 

Stagi Doctored By Chaiitwi 



VIRGINIA BE.\CH-"Just what 
die doctor ordered" is die Inge- 
nious c(»Btruction d die co^^ 
d>le stage vtMdi wiU be used at 
die Virginia Beach Mediodiat 
CMffch for the repeat perform- 
anew=#=>'InasRwdi'' to be {m- 
sei^ (XI Decembw 12 imd 19 
at 7:30 p.nwi 

P 



Charlhm wock: 



Ihr.' James 
with wood m a hobby. He has 
pand^d a room, ^ousied a p(»tli 
i»u^,]^lrts ttid odwr lesser proj- 
ects, aiMi fi^ it partkidad^ mA- 
iffytag rdaxatkA «^en nef hnd- 
ing the sick wd iajured and t3m»> 
^^ he can do at home toA at 
any hotr d die (biy or n^lii. ^ . 



M It ffiiiriber of die LowdPs 
Laymen flisMtey Sdxiol dass wUdi 
is praaadhig dia Cbristotts dory 
adaptid from CAvta Mofkm's ia- 
moui poMs "The Great Gimt 
Comas Li." I^. Charlton put his 
'other talent" to work by dadffs- 
ing ^ constructing die di^ nd 
set wUdi coi be assembled kt 
use to frmt d the sanctuary doA 
Uien <^ckly disassembled to make 
nxm for the nmre oisttmary serv- 
ices at die ctatfi^ 



Aumrded Oak Leaf Cluster 




FT. El^nS, VA. - U. Od. Chaiies R. Biases (toft), depaty pod 
iT"«"«t*- «t Ft. Steey. waa a reeest radpieBt ef the Seeood Odi 
Leaf Cinia- to the Anny C«iniie«datloa MedaL He was prMOpied 
the Mrari for umiMoiI s iis service wfdi dw hraasportatln Avtrien 
at beadqaatters. V. 8. Ainy GeamMuieatieBs Jfaoe ^ Earap^ >•■<• 
later with tte s^ply tfvWan. U. % Atmy Cemmnkatiaas Zsm, 
mesmmi (PMdMsad) te Orieaaa. Fraaee, Airing 
Oct. IMtoSept. an. ilahtaf the pnsealaliaB ia Od. 
Mb S. inpna. ft. fliaey ooouMder. (US Araqp Fintogiaph). 



The youi% aduk Sunday schod 
class, which h( comprised mai^ 
d coulees, nianbers nearly 100 
membe-s. It has grown firma a 
smafl mideus d married coiqries 
widi dmilar interests d church 
and c(»nnMuilty whidi was formed 
by tlw dien-ndnister ^an Lowell 
ftiore dian TQ years ago. It is a 
discussko-^'pe study group wtdi 
eadi menober tddng a turn at 
bdng die discussion leader, and 
die name Lowell's Laymoi came 
from its founder. 

Because d the unusual interest 
in the play "Inasmuch" [Mrese&tr 
ed last year, it w{^ decided to 
give U'twice dus year as one d 
the hi^ghts d the season's ^le- 
dal evoits. ' 

The story is about the poor oib- 
bler who is eiqiecting a vidt frtim 
Je«is. While he wdts. drangos 
ojme to his jdow— cdd, hungry, 



Aragona Lions 



ARACJONA— Tile Aragoia IAmis 
Cltd) has annwinced diat' a new 
milestone in s^t conservation has 
been reached. In the pad ^e 
transplants and tissues had to be 
us^ within hours d removal from 
the patient; now diey can be 
daced ui units and be preserved 
indefinitely and can be mail«i 
anywhere in the world withait die 
worry d a time llnoit 

Ayo-st Laborat(Nri^ haA ^d- 
(xp^ dus corneo-scleral preserva- 
tion unit, and Aragwa Lions Club 
has furnished three d these units 
to the Gieneral H(^utal d Virgmia 
Beech, Norfolk GteiMral, DePaid, 
Ld^ Memorial, Norfolk (}(»nnmh 
dty mi Norfolk Munic^. And 
tile ckib has staUK) it will maintam 
this stock d three units for ^di 
d the h^itals. 

"We cmi fed that we hav4, eon- 
trMxited, diro«^ our {ffojacte Wp' 
pwted b|r die ptidk. tae^hhig to 
the battle for i^ caoaaintkB.** 



tost— and to each one he |tv«i 
time ttid effm to h^ al bMl 
he can. Uter, he finds his W^ 
^ to die piHage "bamidi as 
ye tiave done diis to die tend ti 
diem^e have done tt to meT . . ;. 
and fife Oat fhriie cemii ^ 
tide. 

Hdl Snellings plays die part of 
the cdbi^ and odier nienifaKi af 
die cad are Shirley Ftetem, Uec- 
1^ Diaper. BfU Hovfri^pi^ lb- 
bank, Jetey Scoppa and Hdteft 
Simm m Hm ddtt^ whapra- 
mm. a (M^Ms pijiaid Ittfaitt 
% 1% are Bra&y Brawn. ^ 




Ouggar, Donna MoCkrg. lttB| M- 
ty, Steve >M%. &» fiitok, 
AoiBue Charlton and Kadiy Soq$a. 

Hobart Sfie^ti 
T9 Jayoeos 

VIRCBiIU BEACH - M. C H» 
tert, car mo-chandiring mmu^ 
d Ford Diviakffl's RiehnMnd <ti> 
trid sales office, addrened # 7:|l 
pjn. dinner noQet^ d the ^^gia^ 
Beach Jindor (Siambor d GeOk- 
merce at the Blade Ai^us Radaii' 
rant T^iesday. 

A graduate d die Uahre^ «f 
Illinois. Mr. Hdiart ^aed W^ 
MoUur Ccanpany m 1961 as a dla- 
trid dole ki JadcadivlSe. F^. 

He has sinoe hdd podtka^ In 
Adttita, Ga., as sales coonttai^ 
and fidd represoitative, as in 
DearixMm, Midi., as pii^^ 
aoMce sales promotfen ^i^ii^ 
manager for the Eed Coia| ||a 
was tranderred from DearbQ|Q>io 
RlchnrMnd in July, 1964. 



ESP AND 



'■iftfc' 




VIRGINU BSACH - 1^ Aa- 
sociation for I^^^rcb 
li^rtenment Sundi^ FMion 
vembsr 28th wiQ fi^rtara 
Lathers, an cii||ineer Md 
d die EdgK- C^ca dalaf 1 
at 3:» p.m. d tte Immmm 
Heaiiquarters. 21S iltti Wtt^ to 
Virginia Beadi. Ifr. Ladierf m 
use as Us stAject "Tlw K^l^rti 
d die Night." 

Led aammr die ARE. hiU a 
wedc'^ sadov on &«np oiiad* 
menting idtti ra|M igr» ii i iaiiiii 
and vartow atnitf In IhI m^^ 
senaery parpaptkiii tat^Mpi. Piy. 
dMd^ pitkemm wA pagrida. 
trtds. as wdl as odlatfa ftnAints 
and taHrwIed A.RA tmbm 
took pail Ifr. Uttea was oi tha 
eoavnttlee widch plinid tidi acm- 
bar and tocA: part ia tlM profram 

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^ BEECH GROA^r 

Hethodist church 

TOncess Anne 
%»f K. Jacluoa, P«at^ 

lf:ltoa.m. — Church School 
ll;li &.ai. — Morning Worship 



FJtANClS ASBURY 

methc^ist church 

GrMt Neck Road 

LaRojr Davits Minuter 
9:41 a,m. — Church School 
ll:lMft.m. — Morning WorriUp 



SCOTT MEMORIAL 
STHODIST CHURCH 

469NFint Colonial Road 
R*v- H.^^^h C mrrj. TtM tm 

1 :S0 a.Bi>r-Mdrnrnff WoniBip" 
9 :|6 a.ni, — Church School 
lt^4a.m. — Morning Worship 
f:IOp.ni.i — Youth FeDow^p 



fLYGOOD MEMORIAL 
ETHODIST CHURCH 

4713 Hay good Road 
Rabat F. lin^aa, Putor 
•:|# a.M. — Church School 
11:90 i> m. — Morning Worship 



HAYGOOD METHODIST 
CHURCH 

8'149 Bayshore Road 
8:80 a.m., ^ :45 a.m. and 11:00 

•jn. — Worship Services 
9:45 am. — Church School for 
ail age groups 
11:00 a.m. — Second session of 
Church School for children 

a through 7th grada and 
•Its. 
7^ |>.ra.— Methodist Yoath 
Fellowship foi young people 
7th, 8th and 9th gradM to 
Junior High Group and 10th 
grade up for Senior Grtwp- 
Fnends welcome4 




„ KNOTTS ISLAND _^^. 

METHODIST CHURCrf^^ 

Kaotte Island. N.C. 
Rdbwt C. WMk, MtaisHnr 

10:00 a.in.~^anday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — W or^p Service 

BAYLAKE METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Shore* Dr. at TreMure Island 

Drive in Bayside 
R^rasoMl E. MuMcr, Minister 
8:30 A 11:00 a.m.— Worship 
Service 
9:4§a.m. — Sunday School 



CHARITY METHODIST 

CHURCH 

Back Bay, Vii^nia 

LasUa E. C*nc«, taiaistar 

lO^jun. — Church School 

11 iOAjLtt.— Homing Worship 



SALEM METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne," Vii^nia 

Easory S. EUnorc, iMinwter 

10:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

ll:U0a.m. — Church School 

7 :S0 p.m. — Youth Fellovmhip 



We -dare not forget that iiHieii our forefathers 
celebrated the first Thanlksgiving Day they weren't 
at aB sure that IMr mea^mr harrrat would be ade- 
qmte to sustain the Httle commimity through a long 
hard winter. About afl they could gi?e Crod was 
thanks! 

^ Gratito^ far oar blessings fa time of abtmdanee 
discovers a new dimension. We ean b^x)me partners 

in Hk mig^tr 



f*^ the Yery season in which ChHffins jg^ve 
-Qianks to their Lord is the season in which tiiey plan 
their stewardship--r^ir fiiy|p(»rt of ti2A Church's con- 
tinuing work, , ^^ ^^-^^re— : 

If yon are a diureh Member/ demonstrate y wg 
tiuuiksgiYii^ in eiurnest i»»nmitment to your congre- 
gation's spiritual opportunity. If you are not a church 
member, »pKss your tMnfts^ving by discovering 
your own spiritual opportunit)^ - 

Spiritual ^dication is ab»t tfte ox^y fife resource 
of wh ich w e doVlaot have laaore than we abaoluteiiy 



THK cHuneH pen auu 

AUU Pdll tHK CMJItCH 

, iwch«Nhfiift|Miiaiiil - 

■a Mrth for As Mini ¥ rhwwo- 
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houM of ^iMta^ «alBM. WMoot s 
■trang Ctimdk, BaNhfr imeem^ 

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■n iaiir tuuad iMinin «^ every 
pawn rfMMld attrnd MtvioM i«sh> 
My nd •upfsort flw CSiurdt They 
•ra: (1) For hie own lake. (2) For 
hta diiktaen'a eeke. (3) Fw the take 
of hte cnmnninHy ani aatiah. (4) 
For the lake fA the Cfaard) ita^, 
JiAicfa neadi Ua man] and matiriri 
.ilM>|iiiit. I^an to fo to dnnb lapi* 
ll^ and taad your Bfl^ daily. 



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ST. AIDAN-9 

KtlSCOrAL OIUIICH 

Xiiuf a Grant Road 

A fw^ut Prlva 

^on« 8404730 

.R««^ L. J. TffXotf Jr., Vicar 

10:M a.m. — mAj Communion 

(nni and tUrd Sundays) 
Momfayr Pnyvr, 2nd and 4ti) 

Su^ys 
Ckv<i^ x^ School ( conenrrtBt 
ir^ afN-Tlces) 

ST. NICHOLAS 
e^THOLIC CHURCH 

144 ittle Neck Rd. 

" Phone 840-7281 ™ 

Rav. Tboniaa M. Sanaaara 

Swiday Masaas — 8:16. 9:30, 
10:46, and 12 Noon in the 
Church; 11:00 in Princew 
Theatre, 3177 Virginia Beach 
Blvd. 

Confessions — Saturday 4>6 p.SD. 
and 7-8 p.m. 

IIOUNT OLIVE 

WTIST CHURCH 

L. Wirrmn Ciuta*, Paatw 

t:80 a.m. — Church School 

11:00 a.in. — Morning Worship 

7:80 psta. — Evening Worship 

"carrST 

BAPTIST CRilRCH 
lUv.'Gary B. IlioaipaoB 

• :46 a.m. — ^unda^^ School 
IX :00 a.m. — Worsmp Service 
6 :48 Ja. — Vesper Service 
6:80 p.m. — Training Union 
7 :80 p jn. — Evangefistic 
S«^ce 



Fiowars 
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VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. AT OCEANA 

Country Cured Bacon, Hams A Shmddan 

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KALA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

C|fed% Virginia Beach, Va. 

W. T' Weaver, Miaistar 
10:00 aJB.-^Bible S<^1 
1 1 :00 a.aa. — Mo^iiur WorsUp 
:4 S p.tti — Youth Program 
? :80 pm — Evening Woxi^ 

CHURCH OF CHRIST 

1460 Va. Beach Blvd. Oceana 

Roy N. Wiboa, MUaUtor 
10:0Ua.m. — Bible Stady 
1 1 :0U a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:00 p.m. — ^Evening Wortbip 

, FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST 
SCIENTIST 

209 - 20th Street 



W. A. WOOD, IM. 

CoBBiaaiea Agaal 
H«MUa OU A RafMag Ca. 

Fufel on and KeroseiM 
'^' Dial GA8-S3Sf 



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Sunday 

6*nesls 

12:1-9 



Mmday 
bn 

J:I043 



Ttieiday 
PhIkm 
24:1-10 



Wedneidsy 

Hatk 

l2i4l-44 



Thursday 

Luke 

Il:9-i4 



Friday 

Epheiians 

1:3-10 




Sadirday 

Coloniass 

3:12-17 



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COMMUNITY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Aeredale — Kempsville 
Rav. Joha L. KJUm-, Jr. 

D :46 a.m. — Church School 
U :00 a.m. — Morning Woral|p 
7:80 p.m. — Youth Fellowship 



LYNNHAVBM METHODIST 
CHURCH 

little Neck Road 
Rav. Oscar V. Rodrtaues 

10:00 a.m.— Church School 
ll:00a..m — Morning Worahif 



LaKIES METHODISt 
CHURCH 

6660 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
RcT. C. Katoa Gray 

8:80 a.m. — ^Early Worship 
Service 
9:46 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — ^Lato Worahip 

6:00 p.m — Youth Fellowship 



BETHBL hethodist 

CHURCH 

PrinceM Anne 
Roy R. JaeksMif Pawtor 

10:00 a.m. — ^Morning Worahip 
ll:O0aJBi. — Cbuith School 



PLAZA METHODIST 
CHURCH 

208 Pla^a Trail 
DarbOTt G. Hobba, Paator 

9:46 a.m. — CShurch School 
ll:00a.m.^ — ^Worriiip Service 
7 :00 p.m. — Youtii Fellowship 



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um wmmmM. noK road 

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ARAGONA BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Now Meeting In Louise 
'*^Luxford EUaentary Schod 
N. C. cnlba, Paator 
9:46 a.m. — &inday S^ool 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worriiip 
6:80 p.m. — Trtlalng Union 
7 :30 pBfi<^E«iiiBr W«rshU> 
7:30p.m.-^Wad. nrafer 
Meeting 

FIRST BAPT^IST OIURCH 

36th St Al ttoUy Ad. 
H. Wad«U Waltr^ Paster 

9:30a.m.^ — %Bday School 
ll:00a.m.--l|ttimint WMttiip 
6:15 p.m. — "fimining Vniitt 
7:30 p.m. — ^rmiiig Service 
Evening Services 30 min. later 
May 15-S#t. 15. 

MIMMO llETHODIST 
CHURdl 

Princeja AWW, Ti 
EasmrS. Enhnra, 

10:16 a-m. — <fhttreh School 
11:15 a.m. — Ifonring Woxtbip 

I a I * " ■ ' I m I 

GJUJLM^ £PI%CC^AL 
OlURCH 

^Mi iij^^ — *t8-SB7S 

tli taev. RIaeen R. Wtfloiy 



11:00 a.m.— holy Conununum and 
Sermon (First Stoday) 

11:00 aJn.— Momiog Prayer and 
Samoa (Ind. 3rd, and ^ Sun- 
days) 

9:4B ajn.— amrdi Sduwl (Sep- 

anber-June) (Nuneiy through 
Adults) 

iO:00 ajn.— W^ Day— Holy Ckan- 
nwrinn 

U):30 a-m.-Iliursdayft— Laying m 
of Hands 



t OLD DONATION 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

449 Witch Duels Road, Bayaide 
8:00 a.m.- Holy Communion 
(Except during rector's va- 
cation) ' 

10:00 am. — Morning Prayer 
and Sermon (Holy Com- 
munion on first Sunday of 
each montii.) 



EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

233 Bowman Road 
Rev. Oiarlea R. McGinley, 

8 :00 a.m. — Holy Communion 
10:00 a.m. — Holy Communion 

(Ist A 3rd Sunday) 
10:00 a.m. — Morning Prayer 

(2nd & 4th Sunday) 
Church School follows ihe 
10:00 a.m. Service. 
Nursery service is available. 



EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(Epiac<msl) 
B. Sidney Skadera, Rector 

8 ;00 a.m. — Holjr Communion 
9 :00 a.m.^ — ^Family Service 
and Morning Prayer 
(3rd Sunday Holy Com- 
munion) 
1 1 :00 a.m. — ^Morning Prt^r. 
sermon (1st Sunday Holy 
Commvnion) 



f;MA.iL^~-fi0l]r OMBmntfao 



«t^ OF THE SEA 

mnPOLIC CHURCH 

l4tti>St. A Arctic Circle 
Rev. PVWtfda V. Bambrick 

MASSES 
WInter^-8 :00, 9 :S0, 1 1 :00, 

12:15 
Snminer — (June 1-Labor Day) 

7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 

lltOO, 12.00 
Holy Days— € H)0, 7 :00, 

«id 6:80 p.m. 
Wi«M»y, winter — 8rflO» 

Sipmaaer, 8:45 ajn. onl 
(?OBf«nlon& — 4:00 to • 

7*.O0 to 8t00^tn. 

ST. 
CATHOLIC 

1010 S«ute 
Fa^er* OHera, 

Summer Mas.^4 

10:30 and 12:00 
Confei»ion each Saturday 4:00 

t^ 6:00 Md 7:00 to 8.^0 



9:00 
8:4B 





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-7:30, 



rant 1^ /%ian«a, factor 

v:4aa.m. — Sunday School 
10:45 a.m. — Morning Worship 



TEMPLE EMANUEL 

26tii and Baltic, Va. Beach 
Philip Ptncua, Rabbi 

7:30 a.m. — Services Mon.-Fri. 
8:15 p.m.— Friday-Sabbath 

Services 
10:00 am, — Saturday Sa|>bath 

Service" 
8:00 a.m. — Services Sunday 



EMANUAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

Lynn Shores Drive at Va. Bch. 
, Kenneth A* Price, Paator 

9:10 a.m. — Sunday Church 

Schuol 
1 :30 a.m . — Worship Service 
, (nursery . provided) 
6 :30 p.m, — Luther League 



EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH OF THE 
GOOD SHEPHERD 

1^9 Laskin Road 
R«T. Dicttaa W. Taylar 

8 :30 a.m,— Worship 
9 :30 a.m. — Church School 
ll:(»a-»— Worship 

(Nursery provided) 
6;3Cpm. — Luther League 

OUR SAVIOUR'S 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Baylake Pines, Bayside 
Kanneth R. Carbantb, Paator 

8:13 am.— Worship Sarvice 
9:46 «in.— Church School 
11:00 aja— Worship SwvicC 
(Nursery provided) 



PRINCE OF PEACE 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(Minouri Synod) 
4S4 Kings Grant Road 
iRav. i. Elmer Medley, Paator 
8:00 a.m. — Divine Worship 
9:16 a.m. — Sunday School 
atfd Bible Class. 
10:SOii.m. — Divine Worship 
Boll' Communion — 1st and 3rd 
finiday. 



KINGS GRANT 
JN^BYTERIAN CHURCH 

tMMr meeting in the King's 

Grant Elementary School) 

Rayn^end C. Ftitton, Paator 

9:^h.m. — Sunday School 

lllM %Ja. — Morning WorsMp 



BAtilDE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

ifear Robbins Comer 
J. E. Jofanaoa, Paator 

i|i.m.— Sunday School 
1 1 :00 am — Momii^ Worahip 



OCEANA ' 
0fWB.iti 
S. Odffit Bouaa' Bd., 



XHAaA-TRmtW^' 
ilOOU P|BSBYTERIAN CHURCH 

^"~" 420 Thalia Roaa 
' OdMy D. Cttat. Miakter 
9 :30 a.m. — Morning Worship 
10:46 ajn.— Cfcwd»"ScSftol 



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fKa.SBYT£RlAN CHUKCH 

9 :80 a.m. — Church School 
Rosemont ftoad A, Plaza Trai 
Weatx J. Millar. Miniatar 

9:45 a.m.— Sunday <jchool 
ll:00a.p. — Church Service 



LYNNHAVEN 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Villi^re 
Rav. Marion R. Webb, 'Jr. 

9:45 a jn. — C%nrch School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m. — Youth Fellowship 
6 :30 p.m. — Pioneer FeUowship 
7 :30 p.m. — Evening Worship 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 Aragona Boulevard 
M. Bland Dndlay, MInutar 

8 :30 a.m. — Worship A Church 

School 
9:80 a.m. — Worship A Church 

School 
11.00 a.m.— Worship A Church 

School 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Pacific Ave. at 36th St. 
John S. L0a^ Plator 
Mr. WOllani D. Rosaeil 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Bfoming Worship 
Nursery Service Provided 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

First St., Glentock, Norfolk 
E. Crowell Coolay^ BaatoT 

9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Mortataw Worship 
-16 :30 p.m.— What-Nots 
Fellowship 

6 :30 p.m. — Pioneer FeUowship 
6 :30 p.m. — Young People's 
Fellowship 

CHURCH OF GOD 

620 14th Street 

Bobby H. Sana, Paator 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 

ll:ODa.m. — Morning Worship 

7:30 p.m. — Evening Wor^p 

ASSEMBLY OF GOD 

Virginia Beach Boulevard 

East Lane — Oceana 
Rev. Sainual D. B«i%> Jr. 
9:45 a.m. — Church Sc»ol 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — ^E^^ngeUstie 
Service 



PENTECC^TAL 

CHURCH OF CHRIST 

15th St. and Baltic Ave. 

Elwood Kara,. Paator 



PRINCESS ANNE FREEWILL 
BAPTIST OfURCH 

1415 Oceana Blvd. 
^ mile past dc^ma ^ SUu 
on right 
T. J. Ting^ Pastar 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11 :Q0 a.m. — "WonnMp Sotv^ 
0:^pwm:*^Bi1^ flady 



9:9S ajn.— &Dday SdKxd 
tl:UOam. — Church Saivioa 
8:00p.mi — Weda«adi9 ^ 
Service 



- NlRSCHLErS SHOES 
A Pa(eet ChrMmas G»ft - Hease SHppera 

' '""'"*^~'""'"llir iKfl "The RunBy."' '''^ 

Arag ona abiding Cantar 
VfalMk Boaeh BNi^ 407.^88 



^^XAN PAMC= 

COMMUNITY ^tmm 

DuPont Circle. Bayaida, Va. 
PanI £. MeCnllongh, ThJI., 

9:45 a.m. — Bible School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m.— Family Night 
Service 



VIRGINIA BEACH 

COMMUNITY CHAPEL 

Laskin Rd., Linkhora Bay 

toT. Richard Woodward^ Pastor 

9:45 a.m . — Sunday School 
i 1 :00 a.m j — ^Morning Werriiip 
il:30a,m. — Children's Church 

8:00p.m, — Evening Service 



PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBlNi^ if^ 
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS, Inc. 



I Locatioaa To Serve Yon 

Radio Diapatcbed Tnicka 

431 Vircinia Beach Blvd.— Dial 428-1660 

Priaceaa Anne Station — Dial 426-6216 



SUBUl^AN CHRISTIAN 

CHURCH 

111 Lobough Ave., 

Bellamy Manor 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

Rev. J. Fredrick Pvkar 

9:45a.mj — Sunday School 

1 1 :0e a.m. — ^Morning Wotddp 

11 :30 a.m. — Childbrens Church 

7:80pjn, — ^Evening Service 

LYNNilAVEN COLONY 
UNITED CHURCH 
(Concrogatlonal Christian) 
Great Neoc Rd. near Shore Dr. 
The Rev. The. H. BrMoa 
9 :46 ajn. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning WotaUp 
7 :30 p.m. — Pilgrim 
Fellowship 
Nursery for small ehfldifea 



ROSEWOOD MEMORIAL PARK, INC. 

CEMETERY 

PRINCESS ANNE MEMORIAL PARK 

• CEMETERY 

FOR INFORMATION CALL GY 7-S028 



WHITEHURST REALTY COMPANY 

LASKIN ROAD AT HlILTf^ 

REAL ESTATE - INSURANCS 

SALES A RENTALS 

TELEIW>NE mi iHI 

ne Key fa Better LNlig 



PEMBROKE MANOR 
UNITED CHURCH <rf CHRIST 

(Confrofe«%*id CMkttka) 

MeetiMs In Pennhroke Uaiaior 

Elementary Selloel 

Rev. Cat T. IMQfia 

9:30 a.m.— Choirch f^OnA 

10:30 a.m. — wvriMp 

Nursery at all lervfeei 



OCEANA BEAUTY ACADEMY 

1737 VIRGINIA BEACH BOlisVARD 



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9:45 a.m. — fTmidhky Miool 
11:0.0 a.m.— 4Ceeting for 
Morning Werdiip 

ST. MARK AJi.E. ^ItmOl 

0<»ttia 
Rov. D. P. FiM«^ Parter 

9:30 a.m. — Sun&i^ SdMoI 
11:00 a.m.— .-Worsliiil ^riiDiee 

DIAlimiD SHUtfGS 

CHRISTIAN CflimCH 

DiacMas of OttM 

6700 W^ Baden l^td 
G. David Si Mraawe, n«|^ 

8.45a.m. — ^Wovsh^ Snidce 
9:45 a.m. — S^day School ' 
11:00 a.m. — Word^ Service 
6 :S0 p. m.~i-YouH> tiro wpa 

BAYSIDE tRftlMlAN 
CHURCH 

(rnngTogatiem ■!) 

Shore Drive A Greenwell Ro«d 
Eari L. FarrdL MiniateF 
9:46ajB. — Word# Benice 
9:45 a.m. — Sindnr Se|^l 

11:00 a.m. — ^Worship ^ikrvfea 

wYa.iFFfe nti^BirmuAN 

CMUII^I ' . 

4(rfui B. I^ m»m. Sihoel 
J, Slanioa Blain, Paator 
10:00 a.m.— Moi 



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Iti^'i Ptat • b^Rit^ new baMyle shouk) be ... a Hft like 
music to ywir eyes «id jwur face! We w«* to a creacendi here. 
Ibe Rido^ iMfte iioiify, as we hnah and riMiqpoo. Tlw nwric 
Mlti as «w A^w Md art jmr hair. 

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Novmnber 24-27 






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December 1 -4 



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November 24-30 




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9m remarked. "I mxA wjf Uiey 
are better at kan^ Ums than 
a(kiM9— ixt^dUy tecMue their 
lives are not cluttered witfi quite 
so nKuiy p«3b!efns." 

Her hu!!band t4kes no active part 
in theatre work but has dways 
given Liz his whole-hearted sup- 
port. Their daughter, Uza, is a 
fir^ year student at Beloll College, 
in Wlsconsn, and their son. John, 
is in his ftird y^r as a University 
Sciwlar at the Univwsity of Vir- 
ginia. , 

As for directii^, Mra. SiHs sayi, 
"I find it tfie most satisfying thl^ 
I have ever doM. After years of 
spying art, music, dancing, 
P^^e, and oUier fac^ of the 
theatre, it gives me great pirasure 
to bring th«n all tt^ether in one 
creative eWort." 



V!rg)rrf» BMch SUN, y^hirmdtiy, f<kNmtim 24, T9M 



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third time, Liz Sills has willingly 
aceeptKl the challenging job of 
directing a production for the Vir- 
ginia fieach Little Theatre. "Silent 
Night, Lonely Night," which will 
open Dec. 2, at ths Courtyard Play- 
hiiiise. hr= bor>n in rehcai «al n^anv 
weeks, ai^ though various snail 

^cmities have beset tlie gioup, 
she feEils thisTfs are now irndn- 
control and everything will fall 
into place on opening night 

Mrs. Sills, wife of John William 
Slls, II, is a native d Norfolk 
but has lived in Virginia Beach 
sim:e her nrtarriage in 19«2. Sie is 
active in both Norfolk and Vir- 
ginia Beach Uttte Theatres in 
various capacities and was one of 
the wigmal founders cf VSLT 
when it was formed in 1947. 9je 
directed her first play, "Tlie 
Heiress" for this group, and hw 
second was la^ y^r's coined^ 
"My Tlwee Ai^k" ., ,;L , 

She says, "I go to my firwt re- 
Ji^sal with a play roi^hiy bkxk- 
f^ oirt and with definite ideas of 
what the characters are like, but 
after casting I fuid it necessary to 
n^ke adjustments to the actors. 
Play production is a joint effort, 
and unless an actor interprets a 
character or mov^ in sudt a way 
that it Is (Uametrically (^iposcd to 
a director's overall conception of 
the play, he shouW be altewed as 
much freed(»n of interpretatton as 
possSrfe." s^B^j ^ 

"SQeni Night ..." Is entirely 
daffere^ froiQ ai^^hiig ^ had 
done before. S^^^ ^ m^jortant 
to estabU^ the quiet, intimate 
mood of the play so for the first 
two wedks of rdiearsal, .she kept 
the dooi^s clos:d. Birt now work 
has progressed to the point where 
vi.',itors are welcomed. 

Liz a'so encourages the actors 
to t;ik3 as tong as they like be- 
tween ;'CC'nes just to sit and talk. 
T'he i.rL.dpa's work four night 
3 week and Sundays. The other 
.'our men^bers of the cast are cal- 
led fcr three rehearsals. 

She has been the play director 
.^t Country Day :\chool for girls 
for ei^ years and ^e directs 
them just as i they were adults. 



Colorcast ~^ 

NEW YORK - NBC News plans 
to colorcast simultaneously the 
launch of the Gemini 7 spacecraft 
and the NCAA football game be- 
tween Penn ^ate and the Univer- 
sity oi Maryland on Saturday, Dec. 
4, on the !^ Television Netwwk. 

Julian Goodman, Elxecutive Vice 
President, NBC News, amounced 
that a split screen will be used 
to telecaf^t both events if the launch 
of tiio Gmiini 7 space cajmile 
takes place while the football game 
is in progress. At {N^sent, the 
launch is .scheduled .(or 2:30 p.m. 
on Dec. 4 (all Umes are EST). 

NBC News will begin Its cover- 
age of pre-launch activities at 
12 noon. At 1 p.m., NW: Spwls 
will present "NBC i^rts Preview 
with Bud Wilkinson," switching at 
ktt l>jn. ts Cdlege Parte, Md., 
where the game will he played. 
Kickoff will be at 1:30 p.m. Be- 
ginning at 1:15 p,m,, launch grep- 
arations will be shown in the up- 
per left quadrant of the television 
screen while the foottwdl game 
telecast, will contimte to be shown 
on the remaining portk^n of the 
screen. 

In addition to the split-screen 
teduiique, NBC News will present 
flashcaster bulletins akn^ the bot- 
tom (^ the screen both before and 
after the laundi, as well as audio 
bidletins on the progress of the 
lauhdi and fli^ of Gemini 7. 

fb^ si^H-screen technk]ue ^li 
was used by NBC News tai tiie 
1955 Presidential conventions. At 
that time, NBC News used a five- 
way split screen to show reactions 
of leading delegate to the con- 
ventions at the same thne speeches 
were being given from tlie ros- 
trum. 




Paul Iddkgs Is rather wrapped up in his work, whea his lawyw and 
oM friend, Don Vest, vf ntures in to the New York apartment. MarJ 
Gassner is the "work". AH of th*s happens la Wedgewood Dtaaer 
Theatre's new hilarioufc comedy hit, ''Mary, Mary." 

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Wei^ewood Dinnw Hwatre, in 
Toara. has anoths* hit on its 
hancb, and unless we miss our 
guea, it wiU be cMficult to get 
ticket tor the production vM<A\ 
closes on December 11: however, 
we sa^i^ you make all eMmis to 
get those tickds. You are in for a 
delightful eveiuog in the theatre. 

Wedgewood )M ^frat '*^try, 
Mary" before. At that'ttoe, the 
production was sold out for all 
performances and even held owr 
for extra performances. But tiiat 
was still mi, eno\^, and the re- 
sult 'a that "Mary, Mary" is biKJc 
by popular demand. Wedgewood 
presented fl^ ffirst production of 
the play afta it closed on ft^iKk 
jKay, 7^ r^^ to the play iMd 
tKHe dbtain«! by repeated pkm 
to Jean Kerr, author ol the rac- 
cesrful comedy, which had a long 
run in New York. In the airrent 
production, the director is the 
same as last January, as are tlirea 
of the cast nwnr.bers. The t^A'a 
other cast monbsrs are wdcome 
newcomers to Wedgewood. 

'^ary, Mary" is a li^t and 
airy comedy, witii a plot feat 
mSwi S» audience forget the 
show runs fc "-"arly three hoars. 

Bdt) McKc'avr ' is a sensitive 
piAlisher liv'r n a New York 
apartment. He is an idealist where 
his publishing is cancemed, and 
that M causing him sane nunor 
monetary troubles. He cares little 
for detail in his accounts, and this 
has him in hot water with the In- 
t&nal Revenue Service. For nine 
months prior to the actkin of the 
play, he has been divorced and 
has been rather miserable, lite 
five thmisand dollars in alimony 
is not one of his small problem 
either. His decision to call in his 
old friend Oscar Nelson, a kindly 
kwyo*, to he^ strai^ten wit the 
money troubles, provides tl:^ {dot. 
Nelson invited Bob's ec-wife, Mary, 
to the conference, to check on back 
income taxes. This is particularly 



iqisetUi^ to Bt^. vt^ obvkMafy 
stiU has lArong feelii^ towai^ 
Mary, atthough he is pUunii^ to 
marry a young New Ywk "©A," 
who incid«)tally is vei^ «eidthy, 
and a yogurt-eaiting, exerciae^ttdc- 
ing "bug." 

Matchmaker Oscar 'shows Bob 
he cannot afford to marry the so- 
cialite Tiffany Richards, ^n^ 
because he can't afford It. Then 
ke sets out to bring Mary and 
Bcb back together. This is ik^ in 
altogether ea.sy jd>, siiKe Bob an! 
Mary begin fighting and wis^adt- 
ing, as u»ial. as wxm as the^ 
meet. But one gets the feding that 
Mary is iM)t compioleiy evar Bob 



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The |A)t ls~eoRq;^^kted i^ tke 
appearance ai Dirk Winstcm. fad- 
ing movie rtar, who his written a 
book he wants Bob to pdUi^. Diric 
and Mary have the be^inta^ of 
a rmiance. This upsets Bob ev«i 
more, a.5d wh^ haii>peR« from ttet 
point on is nothing Aort ol hiUs^ 
ious hysteria. 

Paul IcMings is at his be^ as 
Bdb. The role fits hhn 
and his comedy 
as his talent for porurayiof^ 
terer, make his charact 
another Wedgewood out 
performance. He newr lets 
even in the early scenes, and 
^ confidence an! sytnp^y 
the audience in his extreoM neN 
vousness. ' 

Claudine Iddh^, his wtfe, and 
who portrays Mary, ad<& am^ho* 
great jdt> to her already kMif liik 
of successes. Tlie key to mecen 
in her portra}«l d Maiy lies not 
only in her cmnedy timb^ but 
also in her terrific ability to cm- 
vey just the right thing with fa- 
cial eiQMresskMa, gestum tad 
movemoits. Her nmarluMe staga 
presence and ha* ability to {^ 
any kind d role nudces "Mary, 
Mary" a delist. 

Don Vest, as Oscar Nelson, (fees 
a fine job creating the "fattier un- 
age," birt frfays ^ role with ju^ 
a ^ade too mudi "heavinea." 
Since he has the chance la ^U» 
rok to hold the action togeftir, 
he falls just a idiade short of b»- 
UevabUity. 

Peter D3^s as tbe actor, DIdc 
Winston, is almost great. Ife iua- 
dies the role of the <rft-inarrM 
movie idol extremely w^ bnt we 
wish he had opened up a Uttfe 
more, and let us see imkle his 
complex perscmality. " 

Marj Gasser, as Ttfany, is a 
newcomo' to Wedgewood, aid i*e 
expect to see ma^ more^good 
things from her. As the bea^M, 
athletic girl with far too Uttle un- 
derstanding of Ufe, die preants a 
nice diantcterizatkm. 9w las a 
beautiful voice for tte nit; bui 
at tim^, her diction kA wmwdrtwg 
to be iteired. Bamm», iB ib» 
overall glwkKttoi^ i^mm ao »• 
cdlent p^atmer. 

Ilni Jwo* &b:«^m is v^ 
9>od. He taed al At lewris €f 
Paid Iddtags iWMiiuMa fit to 
gtM, aOn^Ui^b. md tta pradae* 
tim moved qakbe snoo^. 

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A p9$A percentile of perscms re- 
cdvmg increases in other than VA 
income have already reported such 
changes. However, since pension 
j^iytnea^ are related directly to 
the income of aSl penaona^, it 
will be necessary that they, as well 
as these iriw have not rep<Mrted, 
take pnm^ action in fumbling 
the Vetn^ans AcMnistnitkm with 
the necenary infomiaUoB. 

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mad every que^ion on the tocame 
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H a pmlkular questkin &m not 
apply to an individual penetoi^, 
he should mark "NONE" in the 
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blank. 

It is again intportint to caution 
pensi<mers that faikire to take 
prooifit action and fumi^ qmq- 
ftee iMormation axM possibly 
residt in ttie kxss of their penaioa 
benefits and/or, in some cases, 
result m ov^paynspte. 

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R«T. Ckari^T 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
11 :00 a.m. — M«miing Worship 
7 :30 p.m. — Evening Worship 



ST 



GREGORY TUB GREAT 
|;ATH0LIC CHURCH 

7271 Vimoia Beaeh Blvd. 

R«T. Fbvtoa Ydi«lio„ O.S.B. 

R«T. PaMkal Km*** O.SA. 

Ma8s«a-4:3ft, im, 9M, 

11K)« and 12;.'M| 
ConlessioQs are on Saturday 
J- 7:80-8:30 



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Flower Arraagements Toe Yout Room 

We all like to have attractive homes. H you learn how to arrange 
flowK?, you can add charm to your bwne. Bringing flowers into*your 
honae and spiffing them into a vaee is not enough. If ftowers «re worOi 
cuttibg. they are worth di^ying to &e best ad- 
vintage. 

If ymi learn to agfiy the foUowing fx-inc^les 
of Cower arrangement, you will be able to add in- 
teresting spots of ooku* and Iffe to the nxxns d 
your home. 

1. Have in mind ttte arrangement ymi wiU make 
before cutting the fkwers. 

2. Gather the fkm&rs in the late evening. and 
phn^e them up to tl»ir nedcs in water. 

3. Choose thecontakier so that it k the ri^ 

QmlvB PettftoM ^P®' ^°^^' ^^ ^ texture for ywu- fkfw&s aaA 
^^^ the fumi^ings of ttie rown. 

•4. Place each flower in s^arately aiKl carefully. Avoid orowding. 

5. Do not aUow stems to cross aiwve &e top'ol the contaimr or 
wh«'e ymi am see them. 

6. Use more of one ccdor than aiwtho: in a mixed arrai^eiMnt 
Do not use more than three Undsitf fkwers in one arrai^ement. Us- 
uaHy one ksid with it£ own foSage looks bett^. 

7. Ke^ the larkest cokMrs and largest flowers kw in the air«i^ 
ment for accent. 

8. Plan a cesAec of irrtere^ in yoir arrai^^nent. 

9. Make the arrangement dbout 1^ times as high as an upr^ 
coirtaina- or i>4 times ttie width of a low container. 

10. Relate the container a^ the flowers by allowing 9>ms of tive 
plant material to cover a part of the rim (rf th|B container. 

I am sure that once you have leaaed to master Aese principles 
of flower arrangement, yw will |iad that It is ftra to decorate yoty 
home with flowers. 



FAllfH RArrtST CHURCH 

6818 Va. Be»c^ Blvd., Norfolk 
Pni M. Fariaa, Paator. 
9:46a.ra.— -Sun<^y Scho<d 

ll^a.m.— Moraftg WorAip 
6;30p.na..— FeBotrship Qour 
7 liO p.m. — Evening Services 

GRACE BRETHREN ^ 
CHUROI 

Gieat Nm^ at Hilltop ^^^ 
A. HeroM Arrfaigtei^ Pastor 

10:00 a.m.—^aBaav School 
Worship 



BLACKWATER BAPTIST 
CHURCH 
R«T. Raipk L. Horn 

10:00 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m — Morning Warship 
"Serving God and the Com- 
munity of BUckwater Sinca 
1784" 

TABERNACLE METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Robert H. Garaor, MmitUr 
9:45 a.m. — Church School 
4):0Aa.B»^MoniiBg Woi 



11:00 a.m. 
i-M t>.m 



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Service 
Service 




iT QUVE 
rCHMlCH -- 
R«T. r. II Wal^, Pastor 

d:30a.Ba.— Ghurek School 
tlU>0a.m.— liM«ing Worship 
7:80 p.m. — Evening Worship 



Back Bay, Vhglnia 
Alvfai St. CAair, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.— Churck School 
1 i :0O f JEP. — Mo]ming Worship 

BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Greenwell Rd. ft Lakeview Dr. 

Bayside, Va. 

Rot. Darkl Mooro, Pastor 

9:45ia.in. — Sunday School 

1 1 :00 a.|ni« — ^Monung Worahip 

7:46 p.m. — Evening Worship 



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8 :30 a.ro. — Wofship Service 
Summer Months 
9 :45 ^m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Worahip • Service 



THALIA METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Pine Ave. ft Va. Bch. Blvd. 
t-r^^. WUUaw L. A*ko«« Pastor 
9 :46 a.m. — Sunday School 
10:46 a.m.— Worship 



FOUNDRY METHODIST 

'^a.^ Ml. WvAri^yHiAavBtt 
William H. Acosta. Ministor 

8:45 a.m. and 11 a.m.— » 
services 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
6:30 p.m. — Youth FeUowaihip 



ST. JiMlN'S BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne Court House 
RaT. Bruce B. Parkins, Pastor 

10:00 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:00 p.m.— B.T.U. 
7 :00 p.m. — Evening Worship 
LONDON BRIDGE. * 
BAPTIST CHURCH 
London Bridge, Virginia 
G. Edward Hughos, Pastor 
8 :80 a.m. — Morning Worship 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — ^MonUng Worship 
8:30 p.m.— Tnining Union 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Worship 



FREEWILL BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

In Princess, Virginia Bftach 
|'4|S OCEANA BOULEVARD 

Air Station on right 
T. J. Tiaglo, Pastor . 

9:4«a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :45 a.m. — Worship Service 
7:a0p,nv— Exeniw Service 



KEMPSVILLE 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

620 Kempsville Rd. 
J. L. Co^ock, Pastor 

9:40 A.M. — Sunday School 
11:00 A.M.— Morning Worshij. 
6:00 P.M.— (Second Sunday) 
Youth FaUowaUp» 



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1)11 PACgC AVE. - VIRGINIA BEACH 
42S-9161 

%«m WMt^ ANNE RD. - CITY HAtt 
(I) 426-5600 



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blended for Ihe cllrrate, altihJde, and tenpenolupe b m 
area. If s locafi^p^ GUvts fast slarts end eoooMrieri 0ef- 
formance. Use Rre dftief in pan, tr^dtai iQd tra^ors, H^ 
the gasoline that provides depandeibb |MWer. iMi^ find It 
paystos^^HraChiefl'' 

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MDt to a wm§Ht (rf ^ik il 1%- 
mt llwJIi. VtaiW* BMek VJf. 
^a and FM 4 MerdwAs Na- 
tool teik, RidHiMod, Virf^idA. 

X fa oatoDf^ated that lA o£Q- 
<»i flf Nm abgvilMnMri baiia wiO 

ftft aoOet k fj^MMd penuait 
tojssfai tt (e) €( tba I%d«il 

BASK (W ^^RGINIA BEACH 

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wass k UEBCBMrm 

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ciiiite<nn!ALTfl or viRGonA 

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Orier af 

DORK P. ALLEN, 

Plaintiff, 

againat 
nUIOLD RAYMOIO) AUEH. 



Die object (tf this ndt is to ob- 
tatB a lUvarea a ^taetio tmtA. 
monii bim ttie sakl def eodaiA, tq>- 
00 tibe grounds of daaarttn. And 
an affidavit havii^ been made mad 
filed that the defmdatt is a am- 
Ksident of the State of vl^toia, 
the lasA immvn post ot&ce address 
being: 3Q6B Parkwood Bootevard, 
Apt. 2B, Kansas CKy, "Kamu, tt 
is ordo^ that he do s^^sat bm9 
within tm (10) days after due pu5- 
lictai<m ho'eof, and do what may 
be neeanary to protect ha intarait 
in this suit 

By: J. Curtis Ftuit, D. C 

mhuMmBaad 
Jk0m Beach, Viri 
"*: A cop3F~"Tastet 

-^KfflN V; FENTRESS, CieA 



Drfendstt, 

"Ale dtjeot Of ite iiitt k to Ob- 
tida a ^mcm m itaciAi flirtri- 
OMxdl from ^ Mdd «N|lml<wt. 
^^ #M #«Mda <rf daatfiea and 
oftr ^ yon separatko. Aid m 
iffidaMt hairtig baei mtAt mH 
fd^ that tiK del^taot is a oan- 
rwMeA of tte State of l^ffiBla. 
tiw last known |xxrt otfue wtotm 
btisa^: IS14 fttfflch Awns, S. E., 
Wai£ii«too, D. C, it is oitferad 
IM ite da afvau* li«« wi^i tes 
(10) da^ afto- due (xiia^m 
hereaf , aid *> what mi^ be ttecm- 
vuty to protect hv inters in tins 
suit 

A o^— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRE^ Otfk 



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wMfcrin ton (U» d^ star dtat fh- 
MmUia hem$, aM 4^ #faN may 
be Dfl^asvy to ivoleot bar Interest 
liflks^. 
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fly J. CMte imt, DspuQr daic 
WTVa* • nrafies, Miym, 
MiLartAiMad 
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VniGINU 

k Ok CkeM ONrt afllR dty 
al VhfMa BftaA. Oa "Ae UOi 

In the liattorof: 

1^ sshati: of v. wsm 



• t^AL .NOim , , I yir9)pf^ B^rfi.SUN, Wednesday, November 24 J 965 



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OOMMONWKALIM or TIWWU 

la the Ctarrs Office of tbaOr- 
cutt Court ot ttia(^ of VIrgiria 
Beadi. on tte SMi di^ of OAober, 
ms. 

ONtf if 1 







Norfolk, Vhfiiila 



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R ifpMr^ ttiat a report of the 
aocooA of &Miie &ott Ke!han, 
Ibcaeutnx cf the E^tale of V. Hope 
Kdam, deceased, and of Ae <tet^ 
and demaods agaiist his e^ate. 
has be» filed in the Cl«4('s Ofikx 
af this Court, and tinA mon than 
dx muitlK have d^i^ed ^ice the 
quaUfJcation of the Executrix, m 



GOiDioNfnsAi,ni OF vmckNiA 

talfefc Cterk*s Office of the Or- 
cidt Court of the dty of Vlii^iBa 
Beach, on Che Srd^ of N<)V«m- 
*ber, 1965. 

(M« ^ PidMiciMai 
**^ttffiS MrtHOPJY POX. rtaiia- 
tift ^r . . 

^fiMKAmS KYIi: fox, De- 
fendant 

ilie dbjec^ of tiiis suit is to ob- 
tain a Avorce a.viaailo nwtri- 
monii from ttie said defendant, 
iqxm the groimds d having Uwd 
separate and apart without cdMn 
it^kffi md wUuut hrtmi^ftion for 
taw years aeoct fH^cedtog iheoim- 
moioemert of this suit. 

AimI an affidai^ havii^ been 
made «id filed tiiat tiie defendant 
is a aoii-re^dent (tf the State d 
V^gi^ the last kn>wn address 
bdi«: 1823 North F(»^, X^essa, 
Arizona, tt is (^tiered tiut ^ do 
iQ^war h(s« vitUn (ra <U) days 
after due publication Iwd^, and 
do what may be necenary to {de- 
tect ho: Interei^ in tius sutt. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
William a Cdona, Jr., p.q. 
972 Laddn Road 
Virginia Beach, Vk-ginia 

tl'11 4t 



COMMONWEALTH OP VnUHNU 

Bi tte CM^ Ofloe af tiw Cii> 
aril CMt af Ihe aty of n^laia 
JlcMh.Mllhe Uth day af NiNaa. 
her. Mi. 

' Older af Pidbttcatioa 
LOmS M. OASON. 
FiiriBpf 
atte st 
. rtWfcE L. CASON, 

Defendant. 
Hie object of tiUs suit is'to obtafai 
a dhwroe a vincuto matrMnd 
from titt aaid d^enduA, upoi flie 
grounds of witful and uidarwfrl de- 
s»tiDn and abcmdrament for a 
period of more than one year. 

Aid an affidavit havii^ 1)een 
nude aod fitod tiiat the def eiiibirt 
is a mm reskka^ of the S;ato <tf 
Vfrgixua, and that due dili^nce 
has ben uied m the part of flie 
to ascoiain la Mat 
ONHty or corporation the diril- 
dant is without effect, ttie last 
known pp:^ ofiTKs adtfres b^: 
% John licCoy, New Ikight, \^ 
giifa Baadi. Viiiipnia. it k ordered 
that ihe do appiar here withia ten 

(») days aftff due publicatkm .^„^^^„ „ ,, 
iiereof, aid (to whM may be necea- «f™ ^***« of K. C. Johnson, 
stey to pitted ber interest in tWsj Decea«d. and of the debts and 



<t *B Estaa «f 
KrihmJ^BMsed, ft is 

tMBBBSSb iut ttacHidkors of 
and A o(h«« tot^^stad in die 
af(»eiaid eatato da riiow cause )£ 
any tft^ can, on fta nfc day of 
Jaanary, Ml, at ito OMK Room, 
agauMt tte paynent mA deH^ry 
a t thaEs tote of V. Hape KeOam, 
DecsatRlt^a die le^Nia umed in 
Ms WO hefeUfcrt prdbaMd in Ae 
Cleii fc'^i OB ce tf tUa Ooort. wfth- 
fliA fBi|airtag nfiBid&g lioAds; and 
itisftatter 

OfeCil^D tfsat ttie foregohig 
ptMikn of ttik (^der be pubUahed 
'« ttie Vli^ita B«Mdi Sm osce a 
wedc for km s ucosasi w #eeks. 

Afny-Teste: 
~«1HHK v. FfiNIflESS. d«k, 

i^ C. Qntis Fmh, DepUfy Oark 

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ROY TA 
apiist 

JUDFTH TAYLOR. Defendant 

1%e obje(^ d this sutt is to 00- 
tain a e^vtvce a mi^ et thoro 
to be tattt- merged Ma a itvoroB 
a vinculo inafrino^ frJm (te MM 
defenteit, iipoa the gro^ids ef 
AM^'Oon. 

Ana aa affldavtt \atf3i% bee» 
made and Died tiuA tte driendart 
is a oonnaiaent of iie State t& 
VlrgMa, dM last kaMm poat af- 
ftoe addreaa b^: '«§ «h Street, 
Ui^and, PenoiylvsBia, ft k ordered 
that she da appear hire wMitai 
ten (M) days aitor dae pubUca- 
tk» hereof, wd do what may M| 
necessary to protect har totHii 
in thk suit 

A C(W— Te^: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. CtorlL 

W:TB^T*-Wh«erT^ 
ft7dg«i k ^yks 
IMS Uskhi Road 
Virginia Beaeh. Virghiia 



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VfllCONIA: 

In Uie Circuft Court of 
of VIrgmia B«Kh: On 
day of fioKienlMr. 19K. 
In the matter of the filtato 11 
MARGARET W. WHBEim 
Deceased. 



98 Articles For Sale 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



MI9CE1XANE0US tamiture for 
sak. 518 nth Stre^ ll-l»-2t 



VIREWOC^ — sweetgum and ma- 
|te, US end un^t. Call 
HIT aeovsy. • 



111 Apartments FuniiahMl 

'LONDON BRIDGE - 213 Gate^ 
wood Avemw. Fumi^ied me bed- 
room apartmehk. Wat^ funtfidied. 
$65 per moMh. Mr. DeHart 340- 
8»1, 34»W1, 34(K«3U. U-4-ttn 



REhTTAL REAL OTATl 

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&i the Orcoit Coffit of the City 
of Vhfkda Beacii on dw i9th'day 
of October, vm. 
fi| te iMiler of 

i^lHttl NATK^liA BANK, 

Executor of toe Estate 4f E. C. 

Jotown, dec^Med. 



It ifpnrk^ to the Court VbsX 
a r^iert trf ^ acoounto <A tlie 
Vfa^^ NatldrHd Bank, E^cutor 



suit 
A coi^— Teste: 
JOBN V. PENTMSS. 
By: J. Qutis Frutt, D,C. 

Fine, LeiWB, ScJwm HWm 
I>aw BuikJBj^ 7 ^ t 

NorfoBc, Vfa^Ma 

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dOMMONWEALn OT \^RGINU 
In the Cfetfc's OMee of the Or- 
cait Cwrt of the City of Virgtoia 
BeMh, en the IMh day ol Novcki- 
acTt U|B. 

OHer Of PiibUcatkB 
PAm.P. TOAHCE,' 
Fbintiff, 
against 
OARiEY FATTH PEARCE. 
DefendaiA. 
The object of tMs suit is to ob- 
ti^ a divorce A Vincido lifetri- 
modi from the said delendatit ui>- 
on the grounds of two years oon- 
tuuious sepa:«Qon. 

And an affidavit havii^ been 
n»de and filed tiiat the defendant 
is not a residoit of the StMe of 
Virginia, the last known poat of- 
fice address Being: G«ieral De- 
livery, Vallajo, CalifcH-ma. U is 
ordered that she do appear here 3115 Padfk: Avenue 



demwds agaii^ his estate has 
been fUed in the Clot's Oftuse d 
thk Court, 'and that six montis 
have eli4>8ed anoe the (jpialitica- 
t;ks^.flO motton of aaid ^^rglma 
Natknal Bank, E x ecut w of the Es- 
tate <tf K. C. J(tfii|na, Deceased, it 
k 

ORDEBl^ ttiat die creditors of, 
and aU ott»>s intawted to, the 
Estate of k. C- Johnson, De- 
oedsed, do show cause If ai^ they 
can on the ttth diqr of November, 
196S. betore this Coifft in ik otmi- 
room^ again^ the payment and 
delivery of the Estate of K. t. 
Jtrfuiwn, Deceased, to the devisees 
and legatees withoi^ reipUru^ re- 
hmding bon(te. 

It k furthr ORDERED that thk 
Show Cause Order be publiriied 
once a wedt fw four successive 
weeks to tfw Vh-gtada Beadi Sun. 
a new^iap^ Having general cir- 
culati(m in the Qty of Virginia 
Beach. Virgli^. 

A Oipy— 1%^: 

JOHN V. FENIBESS. Ckrk. 

By: Marr H. WUto. D.C. 
W^an, CooMe, ftivage k hkvh 

roice < 



It I4^»earii^ that a mgiwi U 
the accounU of \m-ginia Natiind 
Bank of Norfdk, Adhninktrator ^ 
the flitott QliCirgiret W. Wkli- 
tiioeased. and the debts pi 
MMfeHt Bfer flrtate Mia 
iM^ IBBd fa die Clerics Office df 
the sW eenl and more dian she 
iMdli iave elapsed since dM 
qualificatton: 

NOW, THSaiEFCntE. on molkm 
of.tbe sidd Virghiia N^ioaal Bank 
of Norfolk, Admhiistrator, of said 
depedei^ it k OI^EBiD diat the 
tstiwon tjt, and al odiers istemt- 
ed in the fi^te of Margaret W. 
Wheeler, D«:eased, do show cause, 
tf uiy they can (Hi the 33rd day of 
DeC(»dl)er, 196S, before thk court, 
at ik courtroom against paymeiA 
and dellvoy of the n^ estate of 
said decedoit to the l^irtees en- 
titled thereto, aNttsM raqidri^ 
refunding bonds. 

A copy— TMte: 

JOHN V. FENT^I^. Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
'!R Helm Joma, Atty., 
718 NHrgima Nationid Bank Ble^., 
Norfolk. Virgink 

, • 4HMt 



NOnCBI 
gltftaetori k Item BuiUtrA- 
Wm ^m ««i ttuit anv 
MM ^ aadBBas — or rqprtrs. 
#a en tmkt atotorkte frm 
to attic aai M len fa 



BiBaRi k feiloa, Ike. 
(1) HMW 
•MHO 



CARPEt FACTS 

I can sen pklaet |7.flB Dupott 
m\ nylon . . . 13.99 square yard. 
9MB iMawy sheared nylon . M-W 
iilHtfe yard, m cotars. C^ Mr. 
Parkor, MaMStld. ll-4«i 

fmSSSi. MACinNE: b tte hew 
ciMnat a&ZAGS. Makes button- 

jtasf Riuses, auu ^mus, 
lilc. Local party nm aaaoma pqr- 

ot $11.14 raondily or pay 
balance of 9n.N. FuM 
ditalk and n^are aaen wrNe: 
Mdenal's Credtt Dipt., Box ai«, 
tynebbiHg, Vfargtada. ll-l« 



OiV9(SmtfSVGftM9iT: Fu^ 
nuhed. C^ 4»«an. U-lMt 



PCEANA — dean fisnidieii .agpart- 
mmt Plenty stm-age. Re^daitial 
mm near base bus, krge ywrd. 
Owner. 4^2256. M34fo 



CAVALimt MtlVI-^^tdous 2 
beikoenii. finmi^ed, ^ condi- 
tkned, heat, wariw It dryer. CaQ 
MA Mm or GA M». Mi-lt^-P 



WMttSHOUSE - 17ft Stieot ISM 
scpare feet. Cenunt flaqr, drive to 
docH*. office, loM. in monddy. 
m-mm. ii-25-t6i 



111 Rent or Sal* 



Locat«l 



LOW 

w yeeorly. Ako mmAfy. 
in toe h^fft of the beadi, near 
front. 4»<7li. lO-21-tfn 



XNNQUNCEMENTS 



W Special fbtl^a 



nmrnM^mi foucy - 

iSMed ngarafatt of i|^ or oust- 
tog cronk: condldcA. Ho waittog 
period normal flfaeaa or acddents. 
Phone MA tmm. Wt-^ 



AUTOMOTIVE 



M /lutpmobllea For Sate 



CHEVROLET - 1981 Bkcayne. 
Gray, 4Kloor, radte. heater, 6 cyK 
inter. A-1 conditicm. Lemii^. Will 
take best offer. Call immx. 

11-4^ 



S 



a 



19GS CHEVY. 4H]oor aedan. « cyl- 
iad«' «ito fransmiffiiMi. Radio, 
beatet*. new tires. Good ccmdition. 
$500. Box No. 129, c/o Virginia 
Beach Sun. U4Hfn 

rtllM 



ADDITIONS, ALTERATIONS --[/ 
Replacing floo.* ^ists and silld^ 
porcha and stejs. Leave your 
buUdtog prt^Uems to us. Sfkkx, 
ao yett-s experience. Tbfalk you. 
B. F. BeU, Jr. MA 24)396. t-194£i 



WALSH AND SONS 

Building and RtNi^MNp 

We mil build your dream Mat 
nr make ymir preMut una i 
dream to live to. Btrit ttMe- 
fag. Dial 07400 ai^ttale. 



CSNERAL CONTBACIONI 

All ^rpes of home improvataaBll 
& ranod^ing. 'Hedh% 
and in^allattons. AUL 
GUARANT^a). Bank fiaaaclM. 
BSlorW- 



CaU Mr. Stamm. 407-7M1 



'•■I* 



ADDITIONS - Alundodm Mf% 
Qlwr^ass, sUaie, MOoatM tte* 
£kx» covering, aiy type a« ^w> 
tkxi; free e^imat^. Dmi^li^ 
Coast Co. JU S-aOU; JU i>W&. 

ADpmONS — Alta-adans, 1^^ 
ena ronodtfed, nx^i^ pitlos. 
ddii^ wwnnwrdal rqiairs. Deal 
Comirodion Cooapaay. 5©-lS« 
iafiarSp.m., «7-34a. 



HOME ta^tfiAvkneias of all ktois. 
We do our irarii oursebes. Old 
%« free eatimatos; B&R. 4i^^rit8. 




BUSINESS S PROFESSIONAL 
1. DIRECTORY ♦ - 



til I liiiiiMir 



|>UD1BING atfd n w inc ie|>airs. 
iaiiV and Ml iwll* compete, 
kilftaaa remoddad, sewers in- 
fltldled. For free eatbnate caB W. 
W. Wmdnson, 8S64W7. 



mssMtrnm 



UPHOLSTERING, rrfiniahh^ re- 
pabk^ reitwug. Twrajtylour 
y«eBrs es pe ri e Bc i B rixxM make a 
dlfoif«ce. CapRol UfrfidAiring. 
CaB UL MSI4 or 397-3951. 



BRICK MASOr^ 



BMCKWDRK - ^eps, finiMces. 
oMiDiiQ^ itm ;Mlt re^^: 
C^i^)en,llA74Pd3. 

mmmmmmmmmm\ iii til 



MOVING 



SMITH MOVING ft HAULING. 
Twenty-lour hours a day. Move 
anything. CaU MA 5-7930. 



AWNINGS 



ALCOA Aluminnm ddlpig. Faee 
estimates. Call 1^1284 8-19-t&i 



com^Hm A Wmm% 



Mfffo Norman Cesmatia 

Merle Bfeipnan C^inietics no* 
has a ttei&» at 22nd k Atlantic 
Ave. Phone 42»^153. ft-lNn 



mmm 



ftocSmg, Cffi^ientry 
wcffk - No {l^wa. pqpttiiiL M 
^ymimt. d onnte after vork k 

cQBlleML liietti^ ii-fliii. 



VB>liTIAN BLINDS 



u& 



ALTERATIONS - Repairs ^ 
wa^ung. Call Carl, 681-7230. C. 
A. LindUad C».. «06 W. MA^ 



CONCiURl mHOH 

Cono-ete plactog and finl^^; 
qurtom woik; White Cniereto 
Service: dial 341^^038. 



mmeUES L. BLACK-concrcte 
Uratt, driveways, waOta* paUoa, 
porcb^, tm ^fenrtes; SO- 
0514, ai^ltak; s-lf-tb 



BRICK 
fUL 

tiNKM ^ iM^ayt 
SpacaliztM Hi 

Budding Matariak 
HML WRECKING 
INC. 



MA 5-7030 



tfii 



MSW Ain IttlPAm WORK 

qaa tt^ - ma^ 

Sa^fnl — Ah* CuH^kxdng 

{"RIHISSS ANNE PUiMBIHG 

f0Si EUGCmiCAL 

^JB'LiHaii, n^. 

Fbone 4IB'1HB 

11-5-tfn 



iMTlOMATTC MS 

mmm uq-taq 

aiantifid eendUen. 1^ attach- 
meok are needed to mate but- 
toAolM, nrnK^rm^ eto. Tilce 
over 6 iMiymMts of $710 or fCflO 
cak. Call now. (>edi| d^nrtment. 
8SM911. 10-aMfo 



APARimtlTS OT rooms. Weddy 
or mand^. Iteted. All uUlities 
{toiMad. A|^ Town Itouse Mo- 
tel. SOI Itth Street. 10-21-tfn 



EAM>LOYMENT 



40 Help Wanltd— Pamala 



FlM^LE — Fmmtain. Apply to 
peraon. Hilltop Pharmacy, 1701 



Laddn Rct= 



TELEPHONE line a>nstnicti(»t 
toronan mmI experienced t^phone 
Unemen. Top {M^, steady em|4oy- 
wsoL. jwmiovk nea. wnce LNnrm 
Young, 1006 Hendrick Street, Cul- 
peper, Va. or cafl flB&9M9, Cul- 
peper. Il-as4t 



EXFfi^BfCaO) settnitoess i^rant- 
ed. Lacfies' or men's aho'adons. 
OSi (tMm. lMl-4t 






(H>I><«TONITY FOR MAN IN 
OUR FUia. OIL M^ARTMENT. 
RESPLY TO P. 0. a)X 09 STAT- 
ING AGE, EXraHIENCE AND 
RESl^tErCES. PERMANENT 
POSITION. iM^tfn 



PLENTY of bustoess! ExceBant 
oj^Kfftiadtsr. H^ cammki^B. Bo- 
im ^ uid odmr lamdives. U- 
ceiuwl or anltooaed-Hii^ trato. 
Part time - fuDttaae. l^rnnhaveo 
Cokoy a^ Vb-gbda Midi Ar». 
See Jack Cross. Confess Real 
tUaiSat Co., SOS Shwe Drive. IB4- 

sns. » »*tfa 



1 USED di floor toniace. Kre^. 
Foit^ dr^ and drci^Mm. $40. 
1 Blmort Mw wall gas hmter with 
fan and thermostat. tO.OOO BTU. 
$40. D^art Constructi<n. 317 
Gr^t Neck Road. ll-44fn 



^qAo afwrtnmit IknMHd, fai- 
dudii^ all utilities, (ka li^t. Air- 
conditRmed. Good tocMkn. Yearly 
rent <rf sevoi^-five dtflars ($75.- 
00) par masth. Call 4M4680 or 855- 
OKI. "^ IO-14-lOt 



PINEWO(X) GARISHm - Near 
beach and basM. Will roit tor $11$ 
per nKmdi ot..^. P^ $no and 
assume pi^raent ^ of $B per 
monto. Owner t^ h# ftmce. 
Can 340-1444 anytime lO-lVtfs *** 



REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 



One ffiid two beAtxmi furnished 
^Mutmote. Year rand. CaU 
OMTM or 4B-e$n. > 



ALADDIN'S LAMP ANTIQUES. 
Just opened to new location. 1513' 
Pleasure Hmise Road (Rot^ins 
Comer) in greater Virginia Beadi. 
Pto K #feS »t Set «fari jurt i^ 

Fumitore, glass, china and books. 

ll-44t 



HAND-MM® di^tedith centory 
Ityk comer cabtoet $275.00. All 
wool gray toHMdloinn carpet end 
pad 18*8" by 29*10". Over m square 
yards $150.QD. 2 Pembi-oke tables 
$25.00. each 1 (TOwn and end tal^ 
IS.OO. 1 VcsieUffii acme patotii^ 
$40.00. CaU 488-7973. 

93 H(^Mlieid Geoiia 



For toe fine^ himiture iq^udater- 
fa^ ami refinishtog t»0 m- 
83?7. HOltc^ Ui^lstering Co., 
1000 Virgpnk Beach Boidevard. 
Free estimates-ii^-i^ and d» 
Uvery. New tnid used furniture 
fOT sak. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



X 



NMded — 3 men bnmeiBa^ for 
manager trahMe progrant Must 
be attentive and career mtoded. 
Can 4»914l. 

U'19 tfa 



CAB DRIVERS. Service m«i 'ac- 
M{^. No exp^eoce necessary. 
$aMlS5 weekly. We pay tor aty 
^pem&. Ako free room rent. Safe- 
wjy ^ad, '3712 Shore Drive, Vir- 
ia Bekb. 46H$Q. »-SH&i 





^TA9^: Sales persons 
iij|rtt!»iAcUonk."Ex- 
perilRce |j| eaftehtid. We will 
trato and Help ytxi if you have a 
burMng deaire and gneat determi- 
natkn to be snccessfuL Goodman- 
Seg^-Hogan, ReiddentiJd Sales 
Corp. For iitformatUm caU Joe 
Peters, 340-3232. ll-ll-t(n 



110 Apatfmanft Utrfum. 



525 £6th STREET — 2 bedroom 
uitfumii^ied apartmait. Heat. Int 
water free. $99. 40th Street - 3 
bedrooms unfurnished. $89. Phone 
3404618. ll-18-2t 



LONDON BRIDGE - Gatewood 
Park. Duplex s^artmento for rent. 
Stove and refrigerator. $7N88 par 
m(Hito. Mr. DeHart. 340-8561, 340- 
4971, 34&«311. ll<4tfn 



2 BEDROOMS, living rocan, dnmg 
nxHi}, kttchen, badi, first floor, 
yard. Convenient to shoppii^. Rea- 
SOiaMe yearly rental. Phone own- 
er - 4»-%16 (H- 428-2143. 9-aO-tfil 

i^PiAMMHTS — F\irDi^ed or 
lutfundjied. Y^vly or MasonaL 
Cooper Reidtgr, 206 26th Sbreet, 
4t8-133l. Nigbto 42(Mi833. 

3-2-tfo 



1 1 1 . AparMienrs hurnianeo 




Wis lavi tatoiattile iwlgiiineiits, 
many ad|aoe« to Vk -gteia Be^ 

NOF^ 
lime off between Jdba «^ de- 
dred— w«k mi tl^e ten^iorary 
jdjl» when conVenknt to you. 
Phone WW for interview and Job 
■■ignsieat, VT-aM. 

pnHpiW»i 1BB« 

733 Boudi Street 
„„„_^,_^^ 5J7-tfa 

43 Position WanlMl— Female 



E^CGLt£Nf «n«isr infants and 
cMI^. ^m,,^ or v%^ Rea- 
4oniMe iM^. Cafl %b%. Df^s. 
4||4m IHl^t 

T W J' ' ' ' ^ - L inr 



10 Boats andfuppltos 



31-SFt. OWEN$ Cabm Cruiser. 115- 
fl| dd^sler drown-Sli^to^iore 
Ikidlo. fiSss «i|i#ped. For Ml 
iifbrmatkQ c^ 3404846 after 5 
p-Ql. 



Completely funiidied. i ami 2 

nxxa ^iciencies. S(»ne 'with waU 
to waU carpet. $60. n»ndily, in- 
cliidii^ waCff. CaU 4284060 or 
428-9t01. 9-23-tto 

CaVAHOt ill^VE - Funushed 
4«oini dottagii. €^ MA 24S7S or 
GA 



LUXURY summer stodio apart- 
m«Ms fOT wtoter rental. Des^ned 
tor discqmihattog cwples ot bach- 
elors. IQtchen, dinix^ area, bar 
divider, anl swhnming pool. All 
utilities furnished. Appfy, BLUE 
MARLIN LODGE, 2411 Pacific 
Avaiue. $-234fii 



$85.00. 3 ipoms and bath. Fully 
fumi^ed. AU utilities. 210 22nd 
^e^ Apply ^fter 5 4).|n. 10-28-^ 



iqtortmeiit -^ living 
nxnn, becbwsn, kitehenette, bath 
& large ck»et. Comfortable, clean 
weU Iwated, central location, Near 
ocean. $45 per month. Water fur- 
nkhed. C^ 42iM96e or 428-7827. 

to-21-tfn 

qoim LOmTI^. Two betfrooms. 
ie k nontfa, yearfy. CaU m- 

3680 or 8^«86L' U-USt 



2 BiaMiOC«^ KNd!W PINE 
LIVING ROOM. MODERN KITCH- 
EN /jip) BATH. MOmULY OR 
YEARLY RENTAL. 6 BLOCKS 
FTIOM OCEAN. CONVENIENT 
TO FT. STORY AND OCEANA 
N.A.S. CALL 587-4776. IF I»K> AN- 
SWER CALL BACK IN Wmti- 
IN G.^^ ^^^^^^ l»tfa 

Austto's Court Mo^ ^artments, 
108 - 1^ Street, ttfidency 
i^nrtments. AU vimm fur- 
nislwd. Ako. 4-roflm qitrtnffint 
and fumidied rooms. Block 
from Bus SUitkn. By week ti 
mradi. 

tfti 

rown, beAoem,' fctdiei, 
Ccmvrailatt to ^d^jdi^ 



Living 
bath 

diurdiM, laundromat. Very 
reaaooabk yearly i^ntaL Pacific 
Avwaa. I%(«e tmem 428-sou 
or 4Sfrll«. 

7-aB-tto 



U4 Houaea Per Sale 

VIRGINU BBACH-Chirfce neigh- 
bortiood nrar CavaBer Ho^ 
Quaint Early American bridi wkh 
slate roof, to beautihd settii%. H» 
4 bedrooms. 2^ baths, cesiter haU. 
Under $40,000. CaU 4284441 Frank 
Addnaon Real Esti^ Silh * At- 
lantic Ave., Virglma BeadL 

BACK BAY SBCTK»i - Gum 
Bridge Road iwar Claartty QuirdL 
New 3 bedronn, IVi tatt home 
on 2V4 acre site. Price ^i800.00. 

LCH^DON BRIDGE ROAD. Not- 
tii^an EfAatM. Ne# bride 
homes. 3 b«faroom, iVi bi^, (^ 
water. Good finan^. ^f^ to 
$18,200. - ' ... 
DUPLEX: 6ate«M)ad Par^ Lon- 
don ft-Mge. 845 Potta Bead. 
Good rentol propo^. Has 2$^ bjr 
32' bkick bulking on rear of k^ 
Price $16,800. 

Mr. IMIait S4MSB1 - MMVn 
S4M311. ll-4tta 

CLASSIFIED DISPUY 
INSTRUCTl6>e 



% BSIimoOM n^t mert . mcely 
furnished. N«ir topping center 
and bead). On % aa^ woock. 101 
Ptoewood Road. Mrs. Waiter, 428- 
48ll2. 11-24461 



VIRGINIA BEACH. Beaitftfidly fur- 
ni^ed 1 bedroom ^letoMnt. 706 
Xtii Stre^. Large groui^ trees, 
storage and {mvacy. Ideal for civi- 
Uan or Jr. Wficer coupk. Owne-. 
428-2256. U-U-^ 



APARTMENT for rait; fUmi*ed 
apartment, living room, dining 
^ace, kitchen. One bofaroom. bath 
k linen closek, four otoer ctosets. 
Pine paneled, hardwood floors, 
doi^le cross ventilation, electric 
heat. Suit£A>le iac couple. No pets. 
CaU 428-2208. . U-tf-tfo 

113A Houses, Furnlshad 
or Unfurnished 

NEAR OCEAN. 2 bedrooms. Pri- 
vate duplex. Convenient, co^ co^n- 
fort; jalousie pwtrh, firei^ace, yard 
parking. Short lease. CaU 4S4R40 
or 428-2542. 11-11-ti'n 



115 House*— Fumfriwd 



HARDIN SCHOOL 

Brittew H«rdhi, Dtractor 

312 • 35tli StrMt 

Virf iida B«aclt 



REAL ESTATE 



Sales - Rentab 
Cinrtom Bidldtag . 
SlK>rt-term and y«B|y 

ANCHOR REALTY 

ti8-7421 ai^ttoie for aervke. 



BUSINESS SRVICES 



Ask Your Eye Pkytkian 
About 

mYMW'S 

GUILD OPTICIAN 
Serving Virginia Biadi 

136* LmUb Mn Va. %«ek 

Bbraard H. McNuMur*. Mflr. 

CArdao 8.4M» 



VIRGINIA BEACH - Near bases 
and beach. Smi^ oittage tor- 
nished. No deposits. $S0 month. 
Couple only. No p^. 3#-8329. 

9-3(Hto 



CLASSIRED DISPUY 
AUCTIONS 



Maury Riganto 
Aurtion Compony 



MERa<Ahn>IS£ 



l%<^lace 



WOOD 

We Deliver 
1S3FI Oecnaa Sivd. 

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EXAM COU^ 

State Li««a«* Pl-«p>r»t»ry 
Day and El^caiag Cl«toM 
ClaaMa iMtnictMl l^ Prac- 
ticing Altoraejr aad Ar Li- 
censed Real Estate Broker. 
Pass SUte Board £KfM 
Easily — Enroll Now 
COMPLETE COURSE— |3S 

Tidetvater's Most 
' Experienced School 

NoifolK>riaffMiioiitii 
REAL ESTATE Si^lML 

Golden Trianfia ftlrilllinff 
PHONE mk 14074 



Repairi 



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W. C. JWi 

9it . 1^ 9t«Mi| 
Virf tata ^^di 



ART'S COMPLETE HOm fflimi 
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Virginia Beach SUN, WedneNlay^ November 24, 1965 



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REALTY TRANSFERS 



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liMinlt U 



«•• 



Atrie I. Lamn » vx to Ed- 
^nd L. ReevM et ux, {Mrt of 
ftwS "C," plM of Caiewpeake 
Bo«di; tax |lft.m 

CtfiJlane Homes, Ite. to J«nM 
K Dtifn ^ UK, lot 8, block Pf, 
^Ut of CaroUme F^im sec. I; 
tac |».tt. 

Mdville Onpirattai ^ Ctrl B. 
HoA ^ ux. l(tf 16. block F. fisA 
d Mot O'Woods, sM. 3; tax 

11iiroii0i^}od Eirtirtes. Inc. to 
CMHies M. McCormidt et tn, k4 
It, i^it ot Itioroughgood Ei^Me« 
sec, I; tec ^.00. 

W, Ru^U Locke et ux to Wil- 
ttam H. Brown et ux, lot 2, bk>^ 
4, plat (A New Virginia Beacti uk. 
1: tax $37.50. 

WiUiam Francis Lewis et ux to 
Williarn C. Wiggins et ux. lot 15. 
Mock 41, plat of Arj^a ViUage 
SK. «; tax |».40. 

RobwI'B. Milner. Jr. ef ux ta 
William Francis I.«wis d ux, lot 
5S. plat (tf Larki^ sec. 4; tax 

*». .^^, ^. J ^ 

f jdg!! iDvesiineiit C^f^porutkMi to 
Dmnie EUiell Suggs et ux, kA 43, 
l^t of Havei Heights sm. 2; tn 
IS0.7S. 

H. Cl^ Sivs It ux to Ctiarta 
%. hemA. kt SO. plat of Elizabeth 
River Shores; tax $28.50. 

I^izabeth P. Townsend Ova*- 
ci^ ^ vir to WedgewKXl Buikl- 
tng Corp.. lots 17, 18. 19, 20, 44, 
tdodc 21, plat of Sunny Brook; tax 
IBS. 

^^Uiam L ^^highes et ux to Hie 
Ghnapeake atuJ Pot«nac Tele- 
ptene O)., I^Ht!d G-1, 1«0 acres, 
pU^ of Ara^na Village sec. S; tax 

is.se. 

&awel W. Mmk et ux to Stm- 
uil Vediter et ux. tot 12. plat of 
Lptevtow ^orat. me. A; tax 



tot n, btoc 13, plat of Priaeeo 
Aaae Pl^i tec. S; tax ^M. 

Great Bridge Hills, Inc. to Fraiyc 
F. Powers et ux, lot 10, t^odc BX, 
plat <rf Lake Smith Terrace sec. 3; 
Uu 131.85. 

Doma DmstrucUon Cttporatim 
to Lyle E. Lewis, Jr., lot *-. block 
tpmd Princess Anne Plaza sec. 
8; t«x ^65. 

James hawreace Inscore ei ux 
to Robert J. Wade et ux, lot 3, 
block 11, plat (rf DianKMid SjM-ing 
Homes; tax $17.». 

Jam« L. U^ «t ux to Gewge 



a Philllpt ^ lui, lot 6, btock R, 
pM ol Carolanne Farm a^. I; 
tax ^.15. 

Ttwnas E. WaMng ^ ux ta Lone 
Star Cement Corporation, M, 7, 
bk)ck I, plat d Sheny Park sec. 
3: tax |2I. 

Carolaime Hwr**, Inc. to TlMro- 
as H. Jordan, Jr. et ux. k^ 7, 
block GG. plat of Caroltnne Farm 
s(%. 5: tax UlSO. 

Kayn«a^ R, Willlana rt ux ta 
Frwlerick G. Howard et ux, lot 
a and part ol lots 21, 25, block 57, 
Virginia Beach Devek>|anent Com- 



pany; tax $15.60. 

Raymond Elwood Paiirto' at ux 
to Fr«ta-ick W. (Ju^ et ux, h« 
9, btodi », plat of Aragona Vil- 
la^ sec. 8; tax $20.40. 

Owk-Whttdtt^ (Uorporatioi to 
ItavW P. B«Aem- et ux. tot 14, 
bkx* 2, plat (rf Princess Ame 
Piaxa. sec. 14, ta $24.45. 

Lawrence Joseph Cenitti etux 
to tkmcm ft McArthur et al, T/A 
W 26, btock 17, ptot of Paniw)ke 
Manor sec. I; tax $21.30. 

Raymond SUzewski et ux to Dm- 
CM H, McAr^wr H al T/A, kit 



■> 



Virginia Beach Then 




U. Uodc 27. ptot (tf Pembroke 
Manor iic. 3; tax $»;1S. 

Donakl I^> Nw ^ ux to Ma- 
bd E. llanhall. tot 141. plM of 
Maabu sec. 4; tax US. 

Baijunto M. Gregg et ux to Otis 
C. Gregg et ux, pvcel, plat (A 
Ltttto Neck; tox |a.S0. 

Paitle Realty, Inc. to Jayeffcee 
Homing Qn-p., tot 13, btock %, 
plat (tf Aragttia Village sm. 6, lot 
8, block 12, plat of Ari^ma Vil- 
lage, sec, 12 and tot 65. {riat ot 
Beiluny Manor sec. D-2: tax $45. 

Contiaartal Erterprises, Inc. to 
Robert L. Tyl», Jr. et ux, lot 11. 
btoek 3. ptot of Windsor Woods 
sec. 1; tax $21. 

Jota L. Statler to Donakl J. 
WenAnont et ux. lot 3, block 16, 
plat (A Arrowhead sec. 2; tax 
$22.65. 






in 



wmmmmmmmmm 
IfK^vkLifilly 







Wt ereat* Floors tiiat dis- 
tinguish room I In homes, of- 
fices, shops, th«e Individ 
ually Designed Linoleum 
Ptoors confer smart, color- 
contntst distinction wMch no 
other floor treatment can 
match, ^olora, motifs — 
"Chtiacter!" in a word -^ 
that give long-lived service, 
at model ate first-cost! May 
we i^ve yon an estimate? 

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RotMTt M. White et als to Crown 
tHitBUiit Qgpw'BMoii, toto 1^ If, 
bhxt «7, plat of Virginia Beadi 
Vmtk f m mA ComiMOQr; tax $22.50. 

Aatnm J. Hwittwffn- et ux to 
DiplaRiat Inveabwot Copotrtion, 
painoel, pbtf of pniptarty of Jacob 
J. Hershberger; tax $196.06. 

Anfrew J. Hers^ib«rg«- et uk to 
Beacfab^ Invei|7^ CorpfH-a- 
tion, pared, plat ot prop&ty of 
Jacob J. Herahbarger; tax $479.85. 

Stanm J. ll e rahbwg er et ux to 
Beadihead bivestaieot Oxpnra* 
ttoo, pared, ,{^ of prtsiptftif flf 
.teeeb S, Ikr^|^r»ri tox mUk 

Stoaoo J. IMMIberger d ux to 
IMptoRtot toveatmnit Cfflpora^m, 
pared, ptot^^ef pn^wty of Jacob 
J. H«nliba-g«-; tat $10610. 

Jsoob J. Ite-Abergtf et ux to 
nwfhhwiirt Invedmeit Corpora- 
ttoii. pwoal, plat of Jaxsb J. Henh- 
bergor pnperty; tax $180.30. 

Jacob J. HaibDo^e- d ux to 
Uptomat Isvedment Corporaticn. 
iwvel, pJM of j^x^porty of Jacob 
J. HerM»«ger: tax $84.90. 

Kenpst^te De^tofKnert Corpoi^ 
atton to Jolm A; MdXmald d ux, 

Id 10, Uock J, pkit of Umtingtoo 
sec. 2; t« $n.B. 

Mdvto Ddaon d ux tdMm W. 
Deotay d ux, tot U, btock 90, ptot 
d Ar^pona VUtoge sec. 6; tax 
$18.10. 

CNries Joiepk M^otoah d ux to 
kaitm D. Hendawn, Jr. d ux, 



t^S^f ^^* ^ '""*^ ^ *■"■«* done to the beadi by a severe donn some years ago. 
At »« i>dg'-it d the storm, the ocean smashed the old baoniwalk and roaied toward beachfront pmer. 
Jr. 1*e erodoo was extremely dangerous, and vdunteers worked through the night to keep eld GaHlee 
Cqfr^ at top toft d (ridurc, from coU^atog into the Attontie. 



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When newcomers move to 
town, our Hostess greets 
them, and extends a wel- 
come, with the personal mes- 
sages of oar fmodly, civic- 
mmded sponsors. ^ 

NEWCOMIRS 
^^=T GREETING 
Mrs. Margaret Lowman 
Hostess 



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that k a new raf^ ataig the beadwalk today, aad a vMt grassy green between Uw beachfront 
hdMes aad hoteM. Hito Keae bears Utle resemblance to the dtermath of the storm. The boardwdk has 
been strengthened. Hie eroded area htm been filled to with everythfaig from old timbers to old autwno- 
Mn. Bat the battle to reclaim the beach bnan the ocean goes on and on. lAt ITUi Street And the iBeard- 
wa&, where bodi frictores were taken, a pipeline conttanies to pomp away bringtag new sand onto te 
ktm^ OM OaMtoe Churdi is ^ne now, but the red d the buUdtogs, however modemlied. art dill there. 




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Agricultural Agent 



E. k "DICK" COCKRELL, JR. 



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A itifHioMhD-step-up li^^idng pro-am is quite ba)dicial in growing 
bmBac breeden. 

fi|a iQitan ia used on rqilacemeQt flocks started fnnn Septenriier 
to ^rt. Hmm are onuklared (^-season AocIk. The lighting system 
ii OMd only to tfw omveationai house tiiat cannot be darkened. 

1!» ^ispoae of ad)uding tiie length of day which birds are ex;o3€d 
, to is to hi^4^ soaial maturity. Research has ^own that th° change 
to hours d U^ has as nwdi to do with birds reaching maturity as 
tfie adual anMNmt id U|^. r' 

% ungearing the amotart d li^ at r^u'ar intervals pullets ma- 
tore taltf aid heos lay better. Howevor, if the 11^ is dacreased l^ 
regoligr U»nk, ncral nrn^m^y is delayed in pullets and a laying 
iodc <lt«p| to egg {woAidion. 

I^^jpt houn to Virgil^ vary from annmd 9^* at Christmas to 
dxwt K boms on Ame 21. If r^iK:ement iocks are started in Ajxril 
ttovi^ ^igud, by the time diey are 12 wedks old, the flock is to a 
ie&mmig ^bt period. So if the producer handles the other maa^- 
meafpnctfcea onedfy, he can produce dnmg vign-oiu pullets that 
wfll aat msfittre aeacually urtfl 26 to 28 weeks, and the^ eggs will reach 
hafjphJjf-wgg m>t qi^cWy. 

fid soppMM file pmhicer wimts to atait replacemed fkiclK fixxn 
Odofa^ to March? lUi is wfaa« the st^xlowB-dqHv li^tli^ ^stem 

mitfetonnfoe (he week d which Uieae puBds will be 23 weeks old 
IteewelafcetiieaBriseliouraatiiat dde and sM 15 mimites on Uie 
^am doda for mA previotss weA until the dock sdttogs gd to mkl- 
^bt Qb file fird d^ ol the diidoen's life, be receives 19^ hours d 
^,11^ mm atari decreadng the Ugbt anywhere from the first to the 
01k Mdc, jiid ao we dtnt na od d a decre^ii^ 11^ once we have 
matti it adi tbe fkx^ is 23 weeks d t^. The eventog 1^ go olf 
at 7^ saiii i p w i rtn g 

TH* syitem has wxisd ^lAe wdl, and Uure are quite a few 



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